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[slickr-flickr tag="bluegrass" type="slideshow" size="m640" options="autoplay:5000"; captions="off"; imageCrop:false; carousel:true; transitionSpeed:2000; transition:fadeslide" sets="72157627812214278" id="58775291@N04"] Bare feet, banjos and beer were as common as grass and eucalyptus trees in Golden Gate Park this past weekend. Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, a free concert celebrating rock and roll, came through town with a

[slickr-flickr tag="noisecomplaint" type="slideshow" size="m640" options="autoplay:5000"; captions="off"; imageCrop:true; carousel:true; transitionSpeed:2000; transition:fadeslide" sets="72157627548423566" id="58775291@N04"] By day, the Cesar Chavez Student Center serves up hot lunch. But by night, hot beats with a healthy serving of bass. Friday night, students of all classes gravitated to the thumping building for the

[slickr-flickr tag="mermaid bones" type="slideshow" size="m640" options="autoplay:5000"; captions="off"; imageCrop:true; carousel:true; transitionSpeed:2000; transition:fadeslide" sets="72157627492431615" id="58775291@N04"] Most SF State students would never even think of hitting the stage or making an album with their English professor. Then there’s Mermaid Bones. A creation of film student Sophia Anita Reyes and English