The Ukrainian crisis was sparked from the outside to destroy the ties that bind Russian speaking people by pitting brothers against brothers, a Polish online political science journal stated, adding that this tactic looks exactly like the one Europeans used to conquer the New World.
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Oakland-based roots musician Fantastic Negrito missed his performance at the Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco, as he was being detained for allegedly scalping artists wristbands at the time. ______________________________________ According to the The San Francisco Chronicle, police detained Fantastic Negrito, whose real name is Xavier Dphrrpaulezz, with two...
photos by Wilson Lee & Andy Lei, Hurrray for the Riff Raff & Giraffage playing bonus sets in the tent Like we did a week earlier at Lollapalooza, BrooklynVegan co-hosted/presented/curated the Toyota Tent inside the Outside Lands festival in San...
photos: Willie Nelson @ Outside Lands, 2013 (more by Paige K Parsons) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Willie Nelson, Old Crow Medicine Show @ Prospect Park It's.....
Here are the law and order stats at Outside Lands, by the numbers. [ more › ]
At most music festivals, the food is something unremarkable you scarf down in between acts. At Outside Lands in San Francisco, it’s all part of the experience — and the spectacle.
Photos by Joshua Mellin This past weekend, music took over San Francisco in the form of the annual festival Outside Lands, and perhaps no day was more anticipated than Day 3, when Elton John, international superstar, would take the stage. Show More Summary
The highs and lows of Golden Gate Park's odyssey of music, comedy, art, and food.
photos by Wilson Lee Speedy Ortiz in the Toyota Tent @ Outside Lands "In order to maximize your enjoyment," spoke a computerized voice at the start of St. Vincent's set, "please refrain from digitally capturing your experience": A fitting introduction...
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Elton remains an eager showman who puts his all into his decades-old hits so long as in return he gets a roar for the assembled thousands. [ more › ]
Outside Lands took place this past weekend in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, which happens to be situated next to the neighborhood that I grew up in. The festival was a homecoming of sorts — I watched Wilco, Tame Impala, Elton John, and St. Vincent perform on the field that I used to play soccer […]
This weekend marked Outside Lands’ eighth year taking over the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Headliners this year included Elton John, the Black Keys, and Mumford & Sons, but the real draws for us were the smaller bands that marked the bill. Mallory Turner took a bunch of portraits of some of the bands […]
Rather than go after wristband scalpers or drug dealers this year, Stanley singled out drivers, especially Lyft and Uber drivers, who pulled over into bus zones at 30th and Fulton. [ more › ]
You've likely heard MisterWives' upbeat hit "Reflections," but there are many more upbeat, melodic tunes that are sure to get you through your end of Summer slump. I had the pleasure of checking out their set at the Outside Lands music...Show More Summary
San Francisco's Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival celebrated its eighth year in style with huge headliners like Elton John, Mumford and Sons and the Black Keys each holding down each of its three nights. Here's what went down at the Bay Area's biggest summer fest, drawing an estimated 70,000-plus revelers.
Meet the dance minority brave enough to commingle with Mumford and Sons fans.