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The Larkade

First Wednesday of every month, 8:30 p.m.
415-673-8000
feat. Rachel Lark and special guests free
Boom Boom Room 1601 Fillmore St., San Francisco (map)

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Are you up for an Ironman?


Are you up for an Ironman?
Team In Training (TNT), the people who swim, bike and run to save lives, will get you ready to take on the “Iron Challenge” - 140.6 miles.

TNT is a noncompetitive, comprehensive training program with professional coaching, a supportive team and inspirational cause. Workouts are tailored to multiple ability levels, so you don’t have to be a superhero to take on an Ironman triathlon – you just need the drive and commitment.

The program is designed for busy people with busy lives, so you’ll have shorter workouts during the week and longer trainings on weekends. If you are even a little bit intrigued to “become Iron” and go long for a cure, call us at 800.78.TRAIN.

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Free Outdoor Screening in the BAM/PFA Sculpture Garden!

Wednesday, Aug. 27th
8:30pm
Free Outdoor Screening in the BAM/PFA Sculpture Garden!
Shack Out on 101
(Ed Dein, 1955, U.S., 71 mins.)

Who would have thought a burger joint could be a command center for commie spies? Lee Marvin stars in this deliriously trashy espionage flick that mixes short-order cooks, top-secret scientists, and over-the-top Cold War paranoia. This by-the-pants paranoid pic generates enough laughable lunacy to make your patty melt. Plus a surprise short!

Get more: bampfa.berkeley.edu
BAM/PFA Sculpture Garden 2621 Durant Ave., Berkeley (map)

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San Leandro's Drake's Brewing Company Turns 25 Years Old - Throwing A Huge Party!

Friday, Sept. 12th
4-8pm
510-568-2739
San Leandro's Drake's Brewing Company Turns 25 Years Old - Throwing A Huge Party!
San Leandro’s Drake’s Brewing Company is celebrating 25 years with an enormous birthday bash at the brewery on Friday, September 12 from 4 to 8pm.

Drake’s has made a name for itself locally with superb beers, a relaxed attitude, and regular Friday BBQs, and for the Anniversary, they are stickin’ with what works.

Join Drake’s as they throw down with Live Music, 4 local food trucks slingin’ “Q”, a Drake’s Brewer’s Panel hosted by RateBeer, and a mind-blowing list of specialty brews, including bottles of their 18% alc/vol 25th Anniversary beer, Headzo American Ale aged in Wild Turkey Whiskey barrels.

To pre-order bottles of the Anniversary beer Headzo, beer lovers can visit http://drakesheadzo25.brownpapertickets.com
Drake's Brewery and Barrel House 1933 Davis St., Building 177, San Leandro (map)

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Stella Carakasi Designs for Real Women


510-559-1692
Stella Carakasi Designs for Real Women
Stella Carakasi is the line coveted by women looking for affordable luxury. SAVE 40% ON FALL STYLES, in-store only at the Stella Studio.

Stella Carakasi brings a fresh perspective, pushing designs for real women with silhouettes that flatter, fabric combinations that seduce on sight and touch, and unexpected design details.

The Stella Studio offers the latest Stella Carakasi collections, unique accessories, events and more!

Food & Toy Drive: Bring in food/toy donations through December and receive an additional 10% off!

December 15th: Join us for a dharma talk with Lama Lakshey Zangpo and fundraiser for The Joru Foundation.

For all things Stella, visit: www.stellacarakasi.com

Stella Studio 1370 Tenth St., Berkeley (map)

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12th Street Food Pod

Thursdays, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
With various mobile food vendors on 12th Street, between Franklin Street and broadway.

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1964

Second and Fourth Wednesday of every month, 10 p.m.
415-885-4074
w/ DJ Matt and friends spinning Sixties dance free
Edinburgh Castle 950 Geary St., San Francisco (map)

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Throwback Thursdays

Thursdays, 9 p.m.
415-431-3332
w/ DJs Damon and Mr. Washington spinning Eighties pop, rock, and one-hit wonders free before 9:30 p.m., $6
Cat Club 1190 Folsom St., San Francisco (map)

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2 Men Will Move You

Second Saturday of every month, 9 p.m.
415-970-0012
Primo and Jordan play new and classic disco, techno, and weirdo free
Amnesia 853 Valencia St., San Francisco (map)

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20th St. After Party

Sat., Aug. 23, 9 p.m.
415-779-6757
w/ Jacques Greene, Jim-E Stack, B. Bravo, and Brogan Bentley $12
Public Works 161 Erie St., San Francisco (map)

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Charles Williams for Mayor of Oakland

Ongoing
Charles Williams for Mayor of Oakland
Charles Williams for Mayor of Oakland

MY MISSION: Bringing Oakland back on course, in the way of jobs, O.P.D, respect, and changing downtown into a robust thriving area. Helping the young people of the streets and East Oakland, instilling pride, dignity, and creating an industrial/occupational training center to boost life and hope.

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Oakland City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland (map)

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Creating a world without cancer is the NEW New Year’s resolution.


Creating a world without cancer is the NEW New Year’s resolution.

Join the movement to create a world without cancer.
For 25 years, Team In Training athletes have been helping LLS accelerate cures and save lives. People just like YOU – walking, running, cycling, and swimming to beat cancer.

So get fit and do good in 2013.
Learn more at www.teamintraining.org/sf

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Goldenvoice Presents
First City Festival!

Saturday Aug. 23rd & Sunday Aug. 24th
<small>Goldenvoice Presents</small><br><big>First City Festival!</big>
The boutique music festival promises 30+ bands in an intimate coastal setting.

Headliners Beck (only Northern California appearance) and The National are joined by buzz bands Phantogram and Future Islands, plus up and comers Lo-Fang, Mr Little Jeans, Miniature Tigers, and many more!

There will also be a full carnival with unlimited free rides. Additional attractions include craft beers and wine, an indie designer marketplace curated by Unique USA and Beats vinyl swap meet.

Email "First City" to Promotions@EastBayExpress.com for your chance to win a pair of tickets! Winners will be announced Friday 8/8

Tickets are on sale now at FirstCityFestival.com

Monterey County Fairgrounds 2004 Fairground Rd., Monterey (map)

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Holiday Parties at BUILD Pizzeria


510-898-1839
Holiday Parties at BUILD Pizzeria
It’s party season and we are ready to accommodate your large family, your office party, or any group that needs a fun, friendly meeting place. Mention this East Bay Express email with your party of 8 or more, and we’ll throw in Olives and Build Fries for the whole table.

Build is the “next generation” Pizzeria and Bar. It’s a fun, lively place, where you get to direct the country's top pizzaiolos to create the most delicious, authentic, Roman-style pizza you've ever had. Once we pop your pizza into our wood-fired ovens, your creation is ready in about three minutes! Now you can relax and enjoy authentic Italian antipasti, an organic salad, or a house-made dolce. BUILDs’ full Bar is great for groups, so you don't want to miss our amazing artisan cocktails, one of our 16 local-brewed craft beers, or our exceptional Napa Valley wines by the glass.

buildpizzeria.com

BUILD Pizzeria Roma 2286 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Monday Night is Steak Night at Chop Bar!

Monday, Aug. 25th
510-834-2467
Monday Night is Steak Night at Chop Bar!
Dry Aged Marin Sun Ribeye
16 oz $40 | 24 oz $45

All steaks served with a choice of 2 sides, either mac & cheese, garlic green beans, or mashed potatoes. Served with red wine reduction & horseradish on the side & drizzled with Pacific Sun olive oil.

Don't Miss Out!

Oakland Chop Bar
Chop Bar 247 4th St., Oakland (map)

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