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In Honor: Martin Luther King Jr.

In Honor: Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last speech. He was assassinated the next day.

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City Escape: Hiking Mount Tam to Stinson Beach

City Escape: Hiking Mount Tam to Stinson Beach

Spring appears to have arrived a tad bit early with all of these sunny days in January. If you’re itching to get out of the city for a little nature adventure, then a hike through Mount Tam to Stinson Beach should be included on your…

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RNC Picks New Leader

RNC Picks New Leader

The Republican National Committee has ousted the hot mess that is Michael Steele and has picked Wisconsin GOP Chairman Reince Priebus (how exactly does one pronounce that?). The first task on his agenda? Bad-mouthing some liberals. The second? Raising some much-need dough for the RNC,…

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SF Giants – the TV show?

SF Giants – the TV show?

The Chron reports that cable network Showtime is looking to do a docu-series following the SF Giants’ 2011-2012 season (think HBO’s “Hard Knocks”). What? The real question is will The Machine be making an appearance?

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Watch the Golden Globes in SF

Watch the Golden Globes in SF

The first big awards show of the season, the 68th annual Golden Globes will be airing this Sunday, January 16th. Yes, you can watch it on television at home, but where’s the fun in that? Don’t you want to watch Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Wahlberg…

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Athleta Opening in Pac Heights

Athleta Opening in Pac Heights

Up till now, the Gap’s women’s athletic wear line, Athleta, was only sold on-line. But today the clothing mega-corporation based in San Francisco has opened an Athleta flagship store in 5000 sq. ft of space in Pacific Heights (2226 Fillmore St.). Now you can try…

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10th Annual SF Sketchfest

10th Annual SF Sketchfest

Let the laughing begin! Comedy festival SF Sketchfest kicks off its 10th year today with the Upright Citizens Brigade at the Marines’ Memorial Theatre. Running through Saturday, February 5th, the festival is hosted by nine venues and includes talent such as Dan Aykroyd, Candice Bergen,…

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Facebook to Show AMBER Alerts

Facebook to Show AMBER Alerts

Social networking giant Facebook is now offering to help with child abductions across the country. The AMBER Alert system started as an agreement between broadcasters and law enforcement agencies to quickly release information to the public on child abductions so citizens could help with the…

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Restored San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts to open

Restored San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts to open

Tomorrow the Palace of Fine Arts reopens after a $21.2 million restoration. SF’s pretty pink lady will now be bright and shiny and ready for the masses to enjoy. The PFA was built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition as a temporary structure meant to…

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Foodspotting Celebrates One Year Anniversary in Big Way

Foodspotting Celebrates One Year Anniversary in Big Way

The San Francisco startup Foodspotting has secured $3 million in funding. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the company, which runs a photo-based online food guide, previously secured $750,000 in seed money last August.

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America’s First GLBT Museum

America’s First GLBT Museum

Step aside MOMA and de Young, there’s a new museum in town. The country’s first GLBT History Museum. Located at 4127 18th Street in the Castro it is run by The GLBT Historical Society and currently has two exhibits – “Our Vast Queer Past: Celebrating…

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Edwin Lee Sworn in as Interim Mayor

Edwin Lee Sworn in as Interim Mayor

City administrator Edwin Lee was officially sworn in as San Francisco’s interim mayor on Tuesday afternoon. Lee was unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors to replace Gavin Newsom, who assumed his new post as the state’s lieutenant governor on Monday.

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