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See’s Candies to Show Off Record-Breaking Lollypop

See’s Candies to Show Off Record-Breaking Lollypop

San Francisco hosts the world’s largest lollypop—all 7,000 pounds of it—Friday, July 18.

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Lunch, Brunch News in Oakland

Lunch, Brunch News in Oakland

A couple of East Bay spots are offering up plentiful possibilities for weekend brunch fiends.

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SF Chefs Preview: San Francisco’s Biggest Food Event

SF Chefs Preview: San Francisco’s Biggest Food Event

San Francisco’s best chefs, bartenders, sommeliers and people in the food and hospitality industry are set to join together for a week-long celebration of San Francisco’s amazing food and drinks scene.  Here’s a look at what’s ahead for SF Chefs 2012.

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Outside Lands Adds Craft Breweries to Lineup with Beer Lands

Outside Lands Adds Craft Breweries to Lineup with Beer Lands

First it was the one of its strongest music lineups to date, than it was the terrific food and wine vendors, and now Outside Lands is adding a full selection of craft beers with Beer Land.

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World's Largets Penis Passes Through SFO, TSA Takes Notice

World's Largets Penis Passes Through SFO, TSA Takes Notice

In the category of it’s too good to be true, a New York resident was stopped and frisked by a TSA agent earlier this month at San Francisco International Airport for what “he was packing” in his pants.  And no, it wasn’t a weapon.

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More Parking Meters, Longer Enforcement Hours Near AT&T Park

More Parking Meters, Longer Enforcement Hours Near AT&T Park

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is getting set to install more parking meters near AT&T Park and the surrounding Mission Bay development.

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Show Dogs – Revitalizing Mid-Market, One Sausage at a Time

Show Dogs – Revitalizing Mid-Market, One Sausage at a Time

Summer – the time of the year where the grills come out and burgers and hot dogs are all that can quench our hunger. And what better way to kick off the season than a talk with John Clark, chef and co-owner of Show Dogs,…

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Big Tech Switch – Mayer Takes Over Yahoo

Big Tech Switch – Mayer Takes Over Yahoo

In a stunning move, Google executive Marissa Mayer has stepped down and been named CEO at Yahoo.

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A Sustainable Seafood Supper

A Sustainable Seafood Supper

Il Cane Rosso and Galette 88 are coming together this week for an ode to sustainability.

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Antologia Vinoteca – A Unique New Wine Bar in North Beach

Antologia Vinoteca – A Unique New Wine Bar in North Beach

Wine bars have typically had plenty of success in San Francisco, offering oenophiles a glass or three in a cool and unique environment. But San Francisco’s latest wine bar, Antologia Vinoteca, offers wine enthusiasts and novices something completely different.

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Marcus Samuelsson Tours the Bay

Marcus Samuelsson Tours the Bay

It was a whirlwind two days for acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson, who visited the Bay Area as part of his nationwide book tour for his new memoir, “Yes, Chef.” I got a chance to sit down with Chef Samuelsson for a few minutes after his…

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Bastille Day Offer – Two For One Crepes

Bastille Day Offer – Two For One Crepes

In honor of Bastille Day, Crêperie Saint-Germain, is offering up a “sweet” promotion for customers on Friday.

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