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5/17/2012

     Based in Oakland, this self-described “literature and rock & roll” biannual is like Lapham’s Quarterly... More»

5/17/2012

A few years back, Emily Jane White described her job as “writing sad songs.” If her third CD, Ode to Sentience, is any indication, the... More»

5/17/2012

Known fact in the Bay Area: It’s fun to make fun of hipsters, and there’s no dearth of targets here. But the San Francisco–based YouTube... More»

5/17/2012

The sixth album by local pop trio Train follows the milquetoast-y sonic blueprint of the group’s earlier work. While there are a few departures (see... More»

5/16/2012

     The new Wes Anderson movie, cowritten by Anderson and Roman Coppola, certainly is a richer pastiche than anything else you’ll... More»

5/16/2012

     It’s adorned the T-shirts of Madonna and Britney Spears, and those of countless lesser-knowns, but now the tattoo art of Don... More»

5/16/2012

Thee Oh Sees The psychedelic garage band is known for their wild live shows. With not one by two album releases within the... More»

5/11/2012

With temperatures expected to be in the 70s again this weekend, it’s the perfect time for the festival season to begin. Here’s a list of... More»

5/8/2012

1.) Dana Buoy Having just released his first solo album (literally today and literally solo, Tune-yards style), Buoy has compiled... More»

5/4/2012

1. Cinco de Mayo Festival, Dolores Park: The city’s eighth Cinco... More»

5/1/2012

1. The less-famous bridge. This new comedy gives the Bay Bridge its fair share of the spotlight: Segel plays the... More»