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North Beach Gem: Little Vine

North Beach Gem: Little Vine

Tucked along one of San Francisco’s best streets – Grant between Filbert and Union – is a perfectly curated specialty food market full of heart and absolutely brimming with good taste. Little Vine is a gem in the heart of North Beach.

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SF Community Center in the Running for $50,000 Prize

SF Community Center in the Running for $50,000 Prize

The Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center (SNBC), which offers free programs on dance, drawing and technology and houses the Experience Corps Bay Area, has been selected as one of only ten finalists for “Drops of Good: The Maxwell House Community Project”, which could bring them up…

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Memorial Day Luau at Baker Beach

Memorial Day Luau at Baker Beach

A Three-Day Memorial Day Weekend heralding the start of summer, Baker Beach, a Hawaiian Luau, Namu Gaji and a benefit to build schools and community center. Your Memorial Monday has just been spoken for.

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Mission Anarchists Caught on Tape

Mission Anarchists Caught on Tape

The recent night of vandalism along the Mission’s Valencia Street corridor wrought by a faction of the Occupy Movement on April 30th was taped and has now been posted on YouTube for the world to see.

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The Happiest Seaside Towns in America

The Happiest Seaside Towns in America

Coastal Living recently ranked the top fifteen coastal towns that they deemed were the happiest in the country. It shouldn’t be too surprising that four were in the Bay Area. Can you guess which ones?

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Chef Eric Lee of "Food Network Star"

Chef Eric Lee of "Food Network Star"

The eighth season of the Food Channel’s “Food Network Star” is already underway and Bay Area fans of the show have a big reason to watch. And that reason is Chef Eric Lee.

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Wine Delivery with Rewinery

Wine Delivery with Rewinery

Have you ever hosted a party and experienced that terrible moment when you run out of wine because all your borderline-alcoholic guests already guzzled down whatever you had in store? Well, now you can have a bottle (or a case) of vino delivered directly to…

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Food Revolution Day!

Food Revolution Day!

Viva La Revolucion! Jamie Oliver, best known as The Naked Chef, is starting a food revolution and he wants you to join in. His foundation is hosting Food Revolution Day, a “global day of action to inspire, educate, and empower people everywhere to stand up…

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A Union for…Drug Users?

A Union for…Drug Users?

The hotel workers at most of SF’s major hotels are in a union. The women at the Lusty Lady are in “the world’s only unionized worker-owned peep show co-op”. And, now, our city’s drug users have a union.

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Pornstachapalooza

Pornstachapalooza

Ah, remember the days when a man could sport a mustache the size of Texas across his upper lip and be high-fived for his virility rather than being written off as a hipster or, worse, a creep?

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Chris Cosentino Cookbook

Chris Cosentino Cookbook

The latest foodie book buzz centers around SF’s very own Chris Cosentino, chef of Noe Valley’s Incanto and proprietor of Boccalone in the Ferry Building, who is out on tour now promoting his very first cookbook, “Beginnings: My Way to Start a Meal”.

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First World Problems

First World Problems

Do you ever hear yourself complaining about something minor or trivial and realize that you sound like a privileged, pampered bourgeoisie resident of the First World? Well, you’re not the only one. Millions of people are just as whiny as you.

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