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News, The Snitch Members of Private Tennis Club Fight to Protect Their Space and the "Spirit of the City"

Members of Private Tennis Club Fight to Protect Their Space and the "Spirit of the City"

In an unusual twist on the tech/displacement narrative, more than 200 members of San Francisco’s only indoor tennis club are protesting plans to demolish the site and build a five-story office complex in its place, deeming the proposal another…
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Music, All Shook Down Live Review: Tennis Grows Up at the Great American Music Hall

Live Review: Tennis Grows Up at the Great American Music Hall

Tennis Pure Bathing Culture Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 Great American Music Hall The siren song of Alaina Moore (vocals, keyboard) and Patrick Riley (guitar) of Tennis once drew me into a tent at Outside Lands — not to fatal…
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Music, All Shook Down Live Review, 4/30/12: Tennis Evokes Springtime Feelings at the Independent

Live Review, 4/30/12: Tennis Evokes Springtime Feelings at the Independent

Tennis Wild Belle Monday, April 30, 2012 The Independent Better than: Getting roofied With lingering sunlight, fresh daffodils, and Cadbury Creme Eggs on sale, it's officially springtime -- and everywhere I look, I find couples holding hands, making out…
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Music, All Shook Down Live Review: Tennis Takes One Step Off the Beach at Bottom of the Hill

Live Review: Tennis Takes One Step Off the Beach at Bottom of the Hill

Tennis Miniature Tigers Devon Williams Dec. 10, 2011 Bottom of the Hill Better than: Watching a documentary on '60s music. "This is a new one, it's called 'Origins.'" Alaina Moore uttered this after the halfway point of Tennis' 14-song…
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Music, All Shook Down In Print: The Sweet Explorations of Tennis, and the Church Reinvents Its Past

In Print: The Sweet Explorations of Tennis, and the Church Reinvents Its Past

The Salty Tales of Tennis: Their saga is like some kind of 21st-century fairy tale, and Tennis' work ably carries on a sense of wonder. Cape Dory, their debut released in January, is summery, genial indie-pop, rich with doe-eyed memories…
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