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Maybe we’re jumping the gun a bit on the summer status (although not if this weather has anything to say about it); but if you’re like us — i.e. poor — you’ll need plenty of time to financially strategize vis-a-vis all these shows.

At The Fox: read more »


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There hasn’t even been a full week of classes, but we’re willing to bet (particularly given this phenomenal weather) that you’re already looking for an escape. Which is why we’ve put together this round-up of all the upcoming Bay Area concerts that we, according to our impeccable standards, expect to be worth your valuable time and hard-earned money … and which aren’t already sold out.

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When recession settles, fun things fall into two camps: luxuries and necessary luxuries. Concerts, of course, could qualify for either, depending on the awesomeness of the concert. So, for your strictly discerning eyes The Clog has assembled a list of all the potentially kick-ass shows that will be going down in the East Bay and SF throughout the semester. Deep breath, here we go: read more »


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For those of you who aren’t familiar with the City of Berkeley’s delicate and complex zoning regulations, don’t worry your pretty heads over it any longer; let’s celebrate! This time, a wee bit of rezoning has scored us a potentially awesome new concert hall. The cool cats who operate those landmark SF venues, The Great American Music Hall and Slim’s, hope to revamp the University of California Theater Building on University Avenue, just two blocks from campus. We approve. read more »


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So much to do, so little time! Wait, a minute …. The sedated rhythms and eerie quiet of summertime Berkeley will do their best to corrode this sentiment and leave you twiddling your evenings away.  Luckily, you have the Clog to keep you updated on what the kids are doing these days. We suggest a healthy dose of cochlear damage with some summer concerts. Here is a tiny (but potent) sample of who’s bringing the noise in the coming months: read more »