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Taco Conference

Taco Conference

Some people have tech conferences. Some have conferences around social issues. And now there is a conference around…tacos, which will combine tech, culture and food in a two-day mobile symposium.

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Do the Wiggle!

Do the Wiggle!

As anyone who’s ridden a bike in SF and needs to get from the east to west side of town will tell you, the backroad route known as “The Wiggle” is the quickest, most surefire way to bypass traffic and hills. And now – in…

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Before I Die…

Before I Die…

There’s a community-fueled public art project going on called “Before I Die”. It was started in New Orleans by artist Candy Chang and it was recently in Brooklyn, NY. Using simple stencils and chalk, it asks people what they would like to go/do/be before they…

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Free Haagen-Dazs Cone Day

Free Haagen-Dazs Cone Day

This is perfect ice cream weather. And only one thing is better than an ice cream cone on a warm, sunshiney day, and that’s a free ice cream cone.

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Photos: Cinco de Mayo

Photos: Cinco de Mayo

What did you do this past weekend? The beautiful, warm weather brought out the crowds for the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration in Dolores Park in the Mission. Were you among the masses with 6-packs of Corona and picnic blankets in tow?

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Vegan Pop-up

Vegan Pop-up

While others may be grilling away and ingesting copious amounts of meat this weekend for Cinco de Mayo, Chef Ayinde Howell will be serving up delicious vegan fare at pop-up darling The Window in the SoMa.

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Free Comic Books!

Free Comic Books!

The buzz generated by the opening of Marvel’s “The Avengers” this weekend, is giving a huge boost to the world of comics. Along with passionate, already established fans, a whole slew of new fans have cropped up. Thus, the timing couldn’t have been better for…

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Event: Workout in the Park

Event: Workout in the Park

In case you haven’t noticed it’s already May, which means many of you are exactly five months behind on that New Year’s Eve resolution to get back into shape. Well, a great kick in the butt motivator is just around the corner at the 19th…

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New to the SoMa: 201 Taqueria

New to the SoMa: 201 Taqueria

There’s a new taqueria in town and – surprise – it isn’t in the Mission District (though, technically it is located on Mission Street). The folks behind Bistro Burger have just opened up 201 Taqueria downtown in the SoMa. Just in time for Cinco de…

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NFL Draft: A.J. Jenkins, Deal or Dud?

NFL Draft: A.J. Jenkins, Deal or Dud?

Yesterday was the first day of the NFL Draft. There are 6 rounds left to go and so far the San Francisco 49ers have picked Illinois wide receiver A.J. Jenkins. Projected to go mid 2nd-round to high 3rd-round, his first round pick was a surprise…

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Event: SF Food Blogger Bake Sale

Event: SF Food Blogger Bake Sale

As part of non-profit Share Our Strength’s Great American Bake Sale fundraiser, San Francisco-based food bloggers are uniting for the ultimate bake sale. This is an event you won’t want to miss.

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SF Not One of the Most Polluted Cities in the U.S.

SF Not One of the Most Polluted Cities in the U.S.

Take a deep breath. Do you sense that cool, crisp air filling your lungs? Now breathe out because, up until recently, the air in the Bay Area was considered among the most polluted in the Unites States.

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