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Grizzly Band

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Brooklyn-based experimental indie rock foursome Grizzly Bear pleased fans at Mezzanine on Saturday, September 15. San Francisco's own Mini Pop started off  the night with their brand of soothing synth-pop.

GRIZZLY BEAR

Hayley's Sonic Eccentrics Playlist

PJ Harvey
courtesy of PJ Harvey



Due to copyright issues, some songs on this playlist may be reduced to 30-second samples. For the full-length tracks check out our 7x7 imeem page.

Philadelphia Freedom

I enjoy comparisons. Comparisons, after all, are what we use to make most decisions. “Do I want oatmeal or pancakes for breakfast?” To decide, you mentally compare the two. “Should I continuing dating Jake, or is it just going to end badly, like Jack did?” Again, you compare. “Do I take the high-paying but boring job or the low-paying creative job?”

Spinsters' Luxe Fundraiser

The Spinsters of SF threw its big fall charity event, Luxe, at newly renovated 1015 Folsom. More than 400 attendees descended on the party and raised more than $13,000 for for Real Options for City Kids (ROCK).

Nicole Bonar_Tara Kramlich Kevin Whittaker_Liz Brusca Adrienne Plaskett_Vicki Potthoff

Pepsi's DJ AM Bottle Launch Party

Diet Pepsi launched an AM bottle, designed by DJ AM and Niko Archtipes, and marked it with a party, produced by Vintage 415, at Mezzanine.

Monica Abedin_Alice Davies Christy Kranjec_Ted Hulbush Jyoti Paintel_Andrew McCormick

Macy's Silver Anniversary

Macy's 25th Passport fashion show and HIV/AIDS fundraiser, which took place at Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion, included a titillating striptease by burlesque performer Dita Von Teese, appearances by Cirque du Soleil's "Mystere" dancers and acrobats, and the crème de la crème of SF society.

Dance to the Underground

Moving Units


Moving Units
Hexes for Exes
Metropolis Records
(Out October 9)

Getting Lucky?

On Wednesday, I blogged about a couple of new places to meet people and get your sex life back on track. Here’s where others are finding sex and love around town:

“The Haight Street Fair. I kept running into [this guy], so I figured I might as well say hello this time around. We’ve been dating ever since.”—Melissa, 42, Russian Hill

Haight Ashbury Street Fair
courtesy of haightashburystreetfair.org

Naked Pillow Fights?

Oprah mentioned Forbes.com’s report that “San Francisco is the number one place in which to be single.” I talked about it in my "Singles Beget Singles" blog entry.

But now many locals are up in arms.

It appears that San Franciscans are super comfy in their “this is the worst town to date in” skin. Feel free to complain. I never judge. But if you’re in the mood to stop talking about your so-called dry spell and jumpstart your sex life, read on.

To meet women:
Try an Appel & Frank trunk show. Where else can you find 700 women in orgasmic shopping bliss?
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