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SFP x OSL: The Sam Chase

If you haven’t heard of the hard-hitting folk rock group The Sam Chase yet, I feel bad for you. With a voice like “a nun on the lam with a mouthful of cigarettes and curse words in a lonely bar,” and a masterly folk ensemble to match, the San Francisco group helmed by Sam Chase [...]

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One-on-One with Hannah Valente of The She’s

When Dennis Gonzalez, founder of the San Francisco Great Society, decided to organize the first Gathering of the Tribes Festivalat Public Works (this upcoming Sunday, September 13th), he wanted a really special lineup. After all, the festival is meant to celebrate the alive and thriving SF music scene that some have argued is already dead. [...]

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Local Knowledge: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

For a little over a decade, the first weekend in October has marked the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Nestled in the heart of our ever-beautiful Golden Gate Park, the festival spans through the wooded dimples – Speedway Meadow and Hellman Hollow – between the slight hills and surrounding fields. The three-day music festival was founded [...]

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SFP x TBD: An Interview with K.Flay

On her Facebook page, K.Flay, a 30-year-old alternative music artist, describes her sound as “a version of indie hip-hop, mixed with electronics, mixed with me headbanging.” K.Flay’s style is certainly all this and more; having collaborated with artists from Danny Brown to Louis the Child, it’s obvious that she doesn’t fit perfectly in any one [...]

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A Conversation with Anchor Brewing’s Kevin West

As San Franpsycho and Anchor Brewing’s relationship continues to grow, we’re stoked to be involved with the brewery’s amazing Drink Steam events. As the next Drink Steam event rears the corner (tonight at Make Out Room­–RSVP!), and in order to further our growing bond, I decided to interview one of Anchor’s brew masters, Kevin West. [...]

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An Interview with Filmmaker Perry Gershkow

Local filmmaker and friend of San Franpsycho Perry Gershkow is currently working on a new surf film featuring waves from San Luis Obispo to San Francisco and a roster of killer surfers. “Vertical Lines” is set to premiere next summer, and we’re stoked to announce that we’re teaming up with Perry to debut the film [...]

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Psycho Sessions: Hungry Skinny

We’re stoked to debut Psycho Sessions, our new monthly video series spotlighting some of our favorite local bands making waves in the city. The first volume of Psycho Sessions features none other than Hungry Skinny, the four-piece SF-based rock ‘n’ roll band whose album release party is going down tomorrow tonight at Elbo Room—and yup, [...]

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Throwback Thursday: 5 Things You Might Not Know About Sutro Tower

Most San Franciscans have looked into the sky on a foggy morning or a perfectly cloudless afternoon to admire the impressive spectacle that is Sutro Tower. Standing nearly 1000 feet in the air atop a hill between Mount Sutro and Twin Peaks, it is the Bay Area’s most conspicuous icon (after the Golden Gate, of [...]

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Throwback Thursday: A Brief History of Fleet Week and The Blue Angels

Hate it or love it, Fleet Week is upon us once again. This weekend marks the popular celebration’s 35th anniversary in the Bay Area, which is expected to draw thousands of spectators from all around. U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships have already begun pouring in, and the famed Blue Angels crew has been preparing [...]

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Local Knowledge: California Academy of Sciences

In 1853, as California began its junior year of official statehood in the U.S., a group of seven men began work on what would become one of the world’s largest natural history museums: the California Academy of Sciences. Rivaling New York’s American Museum of Natural History, or London’s Natural History Museum, San Francisco’s California Academy [...]

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