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Restaurants
A Cut Above
By Anne Pao (Jan 18, 2011)
With increasing public awareness of grass-fed beef, opportunities for whole beast dinners, and butcher celebrity, beef is experiencing a second coming in San Francisco. More
Shopping
Kick-start Your Workout
By Nirmala Nataraj (Jan 16, 2011)
The mere idea of waking up in the wee hours to have your body pushed to its limit might fill most people with dread, but there’s no better time to scratching a few New Year’s resolutions off your list. More
Movies
Not Exactly Buzzworth
By matt forsman (Jan 13, 2011)
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars.

What unfolds in The Green Hornet is perhaps one of most brilliantly confused films ever committed to celluloid. More
Movies
Not an Easy Choice
By Mel Valentin (Jan 13, 2011)
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars.

The Dilemma, falters from the opening scene and never recovers, falling short on delivering the laughs promised by the involvement of Vince Vaughan and Kevin James. More
Clubs
Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Jan 13, 2011)
Since his critically acclaimed debut this past summer on Anticon, the Cerulean EP, Baths has accelerated into fame with beautiful music videos and his side project Geotic. More
Arts
Festival Highlights
By Diana Salier (Jan 13, 2011)
The 10th Annual SF Sketchfest brings three-week celebration of comedy to San Francisco, featuring revered comic veterans and today’s hit jokesters alike. More
Music
Naked and Free
By David Johnson-Igra (Jan 12, 2011)
Getting naked on stage, surfing across the crowd, or climbing the stage structure are all ways of acting freely, but when Monotonix’s lead singer, Ami Shalev says he wants to be “free” it means more. More
Arts
Inspired Idea, Suspect Plot
By Stephanie Orma (Jan 10, 2011)
Long periods of darkness and small enclosed spaces are part of the adventure at Boxcar Theatre’s newest play, ClueMore
Movies
Same old Song
By Mel Valentin (Jan 7, 2011)
Quality songwriting and, to a lesser extent, quality singing help to offset Country Strong’s countless weaknesses. More
Music
A Subtle Threat
By Matt Crawford (Jan 6, 2011)
After a brief set on one of the side stages at Outside Lands this past summer, the Budos Band brings its heavy instrumental "Staten Island soul" to The Independent. More
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