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Judge Tosses Lawsuit Brought by Coal Magnate Against HBO's John OliverA West Virginia judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by coal company Murray Energy against HBO host John Oliver.
Rapper Master P Provides Free Glasses For Oakland Kids In NeedA multi-platinum rap artist with strong ties to the Bay Area is making sure local teens can see their own futures, literally.
CBS SF Talks To Blackwülf Guitarist Pete HolmesThe guitarist and founder of one of the leading lights on the Bay Area metal scene, Blackwülf's Pete Holmes talks about the band's roots and its brand new Ripple Music album 'Sinister Sides' ahead of a record release party at the Hemlock Tavern this Saturday night.
Theater Chain Cinemark Unveils New Security Guidelines On Bags, BackpacksA movie theater chain is taking new precautions to ensure moviegoers' safety in the wake of the latest mass shooting.
Local Thrash Heroes Headline Regency BallroomPlaying San Francisco for the first time since headlining a two-night residency at the Chapel last summer, Bay Area metal icons Exodus headline the Regency Ballroom Sunday night as part of the Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular Metal Tour.
Eclectic Alt-Country Outfit Plays Bottom Of The HillDelivering it's mix of boozy gothic country and fervent gospel punk for the last quarter century, Slim Cessna's Auto Club comes to the Bay Area for this Noise Pop showcase at the Bottom of the Hill Friday night.
Unhinged Surf Band Comes To Knockout In San FranciscoA band whose literally incendiary live show has earned them a reputation as one of the can't miss acts of the surf-punk underground, masked instrumental outfit Daikaiju returns to San Francisco Thursday when it tops a four-band bill at the Knockout.
New Yorker: Ex-Playmate Alleges Trump System Of Covering Up AffairsA former Playboy model who claims she had an affair with Donald Trump beginning in 2006 is going public with a description of Trump's alleged system for concealing affairs.
Pioneering Occult-Rock Band Headlines Great AmericanLate 1960's occult-obsessed psychedelic rockers Coven come to San Francisco to play a rare show at the Great American Music Hall Saturday, sharing the stage with local metal heroes Hammers of Misfortune. 

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