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It’s a cold, foggy afternoon on Treasure Island. A few seagulls fly in the sky, and walking down Avenue H there’s a 3-story tall pile of dirt where a little league field once stood. While this might not seem like the scene of a nationally televised concert, it was. On January 7th, Treasure Island was […]

Tonight, 1/12, the University of San Francisco’s Men’s basketball team is taking on one of the best teams in the country, the Gonzaga Bulldogs, at War Memorial Gym on Golden Gate Avenue. Before the game is broadcast live on ESPN 2, check out a brief preview of the game below. Want to root for the USF […]

This past November, DJ Sammy P of Pasco’s Perspective attended the AJR/Robert DeLong concert at the Masonic Auditorium. The sold-out concert was part of AJR’s The Click Part 2 Tour and featured its own Snapchat filter for attendees to share their experience on social media. AJR is an American indie pop band composed of multi-instrumentalist […]

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December 23, 2018

This 2018 might have seemed like a lousy year for the world. You know, the government, the growing violence, the confusion, and all that we face during our collective journey through our mundane existence. For us at KXSF it was a great year. Indeed it was. Not only because this 2018 was the year that […]

2018 was a great year in the world of music, without a doubt. Idles released one of the greatest records of our generation, period. Shame showed us, yet again, that punk’s not and will not be dead any time soon. Our very own, Oh Sees created an epic, superbly noisy, all around album. Courtney Barnett […]

After a one year hiatus, Treasure Island Music Festival back in the Bay Area. Instead of taking place at the iconic place where the festival started in 2007, TIMF will take place at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland, just across the Bay Bridge on Saturday October 13th and Sunday October 14th. Even though […]

The decision is in. After more than two months of waiting, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) decided that it will give permits to just two scooter companies, Scoot and Skip, for its one-year pilot program. Each will be allowed to operate at most 625 scooters for the next six months, starting in October. […]

Written by Sam Pasco If you’re a baseball fan, you’re probably aware that your favorite team most likely made a trade (exchanging players for each other) during this past month. The Oakland A’s made a flurry of moves, acquiring multiple pitchers in contrast to the SF Giants who didn’t make any major moves. But if […]