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McQuarry, Kleinman & Smith Trio at the Cadillac

Posted September 19, 2014 by

(Editor’s note: Beyond Chron’s very own Arts & Entertainment Editor, E. “Doc” Smith makes his 7th appearance at the Cadillac Hotel, joining the extraordinary Stephen McQuarry and electric bassist Craig Kleinman.)
Keyboardist Steve McQuarry, bassist Craig Kleinman and drummer E.
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“Wetlands” is Controversial–is Film Also Good?

Posted September 18, 2014 by

David Wnendt’s “Wetlands” matches Charlotte Roche’s source novel with a controversial adaptation likely to cause a carful of MPAA censors to spontaneously combust in outrage and disgust.  This entertainingly divisive film, which arrives Friday at SF’s Embarcadero Center Cinemas, opens
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The 15th Annual SF Electronic Music Festival

Posted September 12, 2014 by

For the past 15 years, the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival (SFEMF) has brought internationally acclaimed musicians to the Bay Area, becoming the premiere festival dedicated to the genre. The festival began last night at the Exploratorium with the Kanbar Forum, David
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Allan Holdsworth Returns to Yoshi’s

Posted September 5, 2014 by

Allan Holdsworth, one of the world’s best known guitarists returned to Yoshi’s in San Francisco last Tuesday and Wednesday, before wrapping up his amazing 3 day stint at Yoshi’s in Oakland on Thursday. Holdsworth has been thrilling audiences the world
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FANTASTIC IN EVERY WAY 

THIS MOVIE IS WORTH THE LOOK

HEADLINE: LOVE IS STRANGE

Posted September 5, 2014 by

Indeed, love is very strange, but not everything is centered around love. But the story is very intriguing – and methodically paced. In this movie, Love brings out glorious dialogue. And you will love along the path – with this
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Timeless Relevance: “Turn, Turn, Turn” at 50

Posted August 29, 2014 by Frank Fear

The year was 1965 and the Viet Nam War lingered. Unsettled Americans (youth especially) sought a clarion call. In October they got it. A new rock-folk group, “The Byrds” released a song, an anthem for peace that also became the nation’s
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