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Tag: The Independent

Party Radar: Joshua Light Show, Gay of Thrones Tiger & Woods, MOM DJs, Detroit Love, more

Only the choicest nightlife and dance floor affairs, April 16-19. By Marke B.  When the Exploratorium sends one a heads-up about a big event it's throwing featuring the original lighting wizards...

Now watch this: our essential SFIFF58 guide, part 1

Mommy horror, obsolescent humans, anti-trafficking activism, and the latest from Jenni Olsen and Guy Madden at the SF International Film Fest. By Jesse Hawthorne Ficks SCREEN GRABS Part one of our guide...

Clubs vs. condos: Landmark nightlife legislation moves forward

Proposed regulations put onus on builders to disclose nearby nightlife venues to prospective tenants.  By Marke B. MARCH 24, 2015 -- Last week, about 50 nightlife mavens showed up at City...

The secrets of Burning Man’s money

New documents give a glimpse into how the company is becoming a nonprofit -- and who benefits By Steven T. Jones JANUARY 16, 2015 -- Burning Man is now under...

Don’t be a Stanford asshole

David Talbot talks about different world visions for young educated workers from The Farm. JANUARY 26, 2015 -- Editor’s note: Early Sunday morning, I made my way down to the...

The strangest BART Board race ever

  By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 3, 2014 – The Bay Area Rapid Transit District Board of Directors is not one of the more distinguished public agencies in Northern California. The members...

Politics: Campos, Chiu in dead heat — and what about the Leno for mayor campaign?

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 30, 2014 – A new poll done by David Binder and Associates puts Sups. David Campos and David Chiu dead even in the state Assembly race,...

Is the tech-mogul attack on Campos backfiring?

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 21, 2014 -- I always suspected that the independent expenditure attack on David Campos would start to backfire. For one thing, been there done that: The...

Tom’s Town: What the election numbers mean

By Tom Temprano Numbers! I hated them in high school as I slogged through summer school Algebra II classes while friends got to enjoy the sunshine. Yet, on election night...