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If Day One of Treasure Island Music Festival featured electro-centric headliners who were all about wooing the crowd with personality, Day Two’s indie rock focused lineup adopted more of a strictly business attitude, delivering mostly banter-free sets that left the audience responsible for their own between-song entertainment (resulting in the skyrocketing popularity of roving stilt-walkers and scantily-clad hula hoopers who seemed to still be recovering from Burning Man).
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Gangsta rapper 50 Cent blew through SF's 106 KMEL in advance of his third album, Curtis, released on Sept. 11 and comprising a string of tracks like "Ayo Technology," "I'll Still Kill" and "All of Me" that feature heavy hitters like Timbaland, Akon, Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige and Eminem.
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Greetings and salutations film nerds and lovely film nerdettes, while you're busy salivating over the promising Fall film releases, check out some of these film happenings around town. And as always, don't forget to be bad and get into trouble baby.