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Ozumo: Winter Ramen Menu

Ozumo: Winter Ramen Menu

Nothing soothes better on a foggy winter day than a big bowl of ramen in a savory broth. Fav sushi and sake joint Ozumo, will now be slinging up ramen for the lunch crowds to slurp up. From 11:30 – 2pm, the sleek downtown lounge…

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Meat Leggings

Meat Leggings

File this one under the “What Not To Wear” category. Some crazy Australian dude with a company called Black Milk makes these leggings. He also makes some other weird stuff that I think I’ve seen hipsters wearing in the Mission.

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SF Has Some of Nation's Most Expensive Parking Meters

SF Has Some of Nation's Most Expensive Parking Meters

Have you ever parked and had to drop what seemed like fifty quarters into the meter only to have it buy you a measly 15 minutes? If you thought that SF has ridiculously high parking meter rates, you would be right.

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Top Chef Season 10 Casting Call in SF

Top Chef Season 10 Casting Call in SF

Are you a chef? Are you also a martyr? Do you enjoy being forced to create insanely complex dishes in less than 10 minutes while having blinding white camera lights capturing the sweat dripping from your brow? Yes? Then Top Chef is for you.

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Plastic Bag Fees?

Plastic Bag Fees?

You know that plastic bag you just got your lunch burrito in? Well, you’re about to start paying for it. The City Insider reported that today Mayor Ed Lee moved in favor of a “proposal to charge customers on all bags handed out by San…

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Weekend Picks

Weekend Picks

This weekend is full of football and baseball and some dragons. Have some BBQ wings with a side of Dim Sum and you have yourself a party. Here are our top events picks.

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Super Cupcakes

Super Cupcakes

This weekend is Super Bowl Sunday (i.e. a reason to drink and eat things that are terrible for you) and if you’re going to a party or hosting one yourself, why not try some munchies that aren’t slathered in BBQ sauce and Tabasco? How about…

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In Memory: Rossiter Drake, 1977- 2012

In Memory: Rossiter Drake, 1977- 2012

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the recent death of one of our long-time writers Rossiter Drake, who worked for SF Station for many years as a film critic.

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Mission District News

Mission District News

What’s going down in the Mission this week? The Dolores Park dilemma, a couple of arrests, scenes From “Valencia: The Movie”, and the pitfalls of red curb parking. You can find out about all this and more in this week’s Mission Local News…

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Richmond Round-up

Richmond Round-up

Events are the name of the game this week in The Richmond. While Golden Gate Park and its environs will be overrun with The Outside Lands (note: Richmond residents who live parkside and park their cars on the street, do not move your car after…

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Wake for Santa John

Wake for Santa John

Irish bar Lefty O’Doul’s will be hosting a wake for John Toomey, the well-loved character who served as Santa Claus at Macy’s Union Square for twenty years until he was infamously fired last December for telling some uptight adults a semi-baudy joke. Toomey, 69, passed…

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Event: Cowgirl Creamery Dinner

Event: Cowgirl Creamery Dinner

Yee-haw! Get out your cowgirl hats because it’s time for a feast inspired by the delicious cheeses of Cowgirl Creamery. 18 Reasons is hosting a multi-course producer dinner, to be prepared by Linh Phu, this month in honor of the cheesery.

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