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Boulevard Wins James Beard Award For Outstanding Restaurant

Boulevard Wins James Beard Award For Outstanding Restaurant

Boulevard is always named as one of San Francisco’s top restaurants. But the standard-bearer of quality cuisine often loses in mindshare and hype to the more experimental and trendy newcomers that young foodies praise.

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The 49er Train Just Left The Station

The 49er Train Just Left The Station

For all the bold talk by the Mayor, the Senator and others who were hoping for a different outcome, it looks like the inevitable move by the 49ers has reach escape velocity. The moment where we start to hang our heads as San Franciscans can…

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Trying To Save The Bullet Train

Trying To Save The Bullet Train

When it comes to super expensive infrastructure projects that have no immediate need or impact on the average person’s lives, politicians get antsy. And when politicians get antsy, they start to talk about killing said project because there’s a lack of need or it doesn’t…

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R.I.P. Cesaria Evora

R.I.P. Cesaria Evora

With sadness, we heard news that Cesaria Evora, the “barefoot diva”, had passed away over the weekend. She lived a remarkably open, accessible life to her fans, friends and the media despite being in ill-health since a heart attack in 2010. She will be remembered…

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"Gay" Songs for the Holidays

"Gay" Songs for the Holidays

The word “gay” has a variety of meanings, so when the HuffingtonPost featured a post, “The 21 Gayest Christmas Songs”, my curiosity was piqued. Was it going to be something rude, something serious or not? Well, it was a funny post for many reasons.

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Where To Now?

Where To Now?

With the 49ers pulling away from the rest of the NFC West, the Niners are on the way to their best season in a decade. And with the 26-0 stomping of the Rams last Sunday, where does the team go now?

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The Giants Start Making Moves

The Giants Start Making Moves

This is what happens when you don’t win the World Series. You start making moves to get over the hump. The takeaway: The Giants get a leadoff hitter and give up an inconsistent pitcher.

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San Francisco Has Great Bars

San Francisco Has Great Bars

Drinks International has honored three San Francisco bars in it’s list, “World’s 50 Best Bars 2011“. Although having three bars among the top 50 leaves SF in a tie with Paris and Barcelona, and only behind London and New York, the big takeaway is more…

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What's Up With Downtown Oakland?

What's Up With Downtown Oakland?

The corridor from Jack London Square to Downtown Oakland was once touted as an up-and-coming area that would lead Oakland to new prosperity. But it has not turned into the vibrant neighborhood entrepreneurs wished for. While 2008 marks the initial unraveling, those setbacks have been…

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Coats For Cubs

Coats For Cubs

Why not go faux fur? Help a cause, stay stylish yet guilt free and learn a little as you give your real furs away.

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Ed Lee Talks Common Sense

Ed Lee Talks Common Sense

Ed Lee was on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt to discuss how San Francisco can work with startups to keep them from leaving the city. Mayor Lee basically layed-out why San Francisco needs to stay dynamic and how it can grow its knowledge-based industry.

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A Day Of Remembrance

A Day Of Remembrance

As the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 arrives, we have been bombarded with a cursory rehashing of the act itself, a review of what Al Qaeda is, first hand interviews and more. But there is a better way you can remember the day. Delve into…

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