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Friday, November 29, 2013

Music Links: S.F. as a Jazz Mecca, Tickets to the Bay Brewed, the Beastie Boys and Copyright Infringement, and More

Posted By on Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 3:30 PM

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Is the Bay Area on its way back to being a mecca for jazz? [San Jose Mercury News]

Win tickets to the Bay Brewed, the only Bay Area festival that lets us express exactly how much we like local music and local double IPAs at the same time. [The Bay Bridged]

A look at the copyright infringement laws at the center of the Beastie Boys vs. GoldieBlox debacle that led to the Oakland-based toymaker removing a revamped "Girls" from their viral video. [Forbes]

The scoop on the folks behind, the new independent radio station broadcasting out of San Francisco's Secret Alley. [The Bold Italic]

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