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My friends at Faultline Studios are creating a super new venue – Faultline Fridays, today at 5 pm – where Bay Area Musicians, producers and music aficianados can hob nob with some of the greats. I’ve always been a fan of getting good bands to play at your wedding when they get off tour – you never know who you’ll meet at the Faultline. And the fact that they work closely with the fab RootMusic.com (founder of Facebook Band Pages) is all the better. So if you are looking to enjoy a complimentary libation with some local luminaries on this rare and sunny day in Fog Town, look no further than Faultline Studios, and find your tribe.
It’s that time again! Faultline Friday is happening today, September 30th from 5-8 PM.
The last one was amazing with musicians/producers from platinum selling acts to the best local independent artists all networking and having a good time.
Faultline Fridays is a casual monthly gathering of the musical minds of The Bay Area. The goal is to create a greater sense of community in our beloved music scene. Whether you are a musician, engineer, producer or just a music fan…all are welcome!
Come by and have a beer on us!
For more information, visit our Facebook page.
Pick Us Up in Print!
We’re really proud of our first print publication, Volume One: 25 Ways to Be a Local. The magazine celebrates a colorful checklist of activities that every San Franciscan should accomplish at least once. We packed it full of intel on the best underground dining clubs, surf hangouts, art crawls, places to space out, and other SF-centric explorations. Like our website, 25 Ways to Be a Local features an emphasis on design and photography with original content and stories by our Bold Locals, who write about their urban discoveries.
Want to know how to get your hands on one? You can buy the magazine directly from us for $3 plus shipping and handling and we’ll send it to your mailbox. We are also offering a four-issue subscription for only $12 plus shipping and handling. Over the next six weeks, we will also be at various locations around the city passing out complimentary copies of 25 Ways to Be a Local, and will offer free copies of this first issue at select cafes and retail shops. This is a one-time deal, though — supplies are limited and future issues won’t be free. This week, you can find copies of Volume One: 25 Ways to Be a Local in The Castro and Hayes Valley. Like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter for weekly updates on where you can pick up your free copy.
Getting a Taste of October
October is a busy month for Bold Italic soirees. First up, on Monday the 3rd, you can beat the lines and lick a few different seasonal flavors of Smitten’s famous liquid nitrogren-made ice cream. For $10, you can be part of an evening tasting with owner Robyn Sue Goldman at her shop’s special Hayes Valley shipping container. Join the fun here.
The following week, on Saturday, Oct. 8, we’re hosting Meditations on San Francisco, a music, art, and meditation party with the historic San Francisco Zen Center. Check out the blissful drones and estatic melodies of Barn Owl, Date Palms, and Danny Paul Grody; interact with David Wilson’s “stained glass” installation; learn the basics of meditation from SFZC’s knowledgeable staff; and watch vintage film footage on meditation from SFZC’s archives. We’ve sold most of our tickets to this special event, but if you act fast there are still a few spots up for grabs. And then stay tuned for a special Bold Italic Halloween extravaganza announcement in the next couple weeks.
Mollusk’s Travis Becker spends most of his time thinking about the waves, but you can still ask the guy for a recommendation on what to eat in his Outer Sunset hood. Craving kale potato soup? Try Judahlicious. In more of a grilled cheese sandwich and cauliflower soup mood? It’s all about Outerlands. Get more of this surfer’s top spots in his Found Local interview.
We’re Buried in Love For You
Having you like us on Facebook feels almost as good as being buried in warm sand. And we promise not to get dirt in your ears.
Treasure Island Night Shows: Jens Leckman, The Drums & More
Kicking off later this month, the Treasure Island Night Shows are the perfect complement to this year’s installment of the weekend-long festival in the Bay, The Treasure Island Music Festival. Swedish musician Jens Lekman starts off the Night Show series with a performance at the California Academy of Sciences on September 29, followed by The Drums on October 14 at the Independent, JFK of MSTRKRFT on October 15 at Mezzanine, The Head and the Heart on October 15 at the Independent, and finally, Thao with the Get Down Stay Down on October 16 at the Independent. Visit the Treasure Island Music Festival Events Page for more info and to purchase tickets.
Abby Wilcox captures SF’s coolest historical office spaces here.
Caleb Garling gets a personalized tour of Speakeasy brewery here.
Jon Korn falls in love with zha jiang mian here.
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