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Event: The Edwardian Ball

Event: The Edwardian Ball

Squeeze into your corsets and don your top hats because this weekend’s the Edwardian Ball! Taking place tonight and Saturday at the Regency Ballroom, this two-day fest let’s you revel in all your be-costumed Gorey (Get it? Gorey as in Edward Gorey. Ahem). This event…

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SFPD Issues Warning Prior to Chinese Lunar New Year

SFPD Issues Warning Prior to Chinese Lunar New Year

The Chinese Lunar New Year begins on February 3. The celebration is a customary time of gift exchange, usually involving red envelopes filled with cash.

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Sober Up

Sober Up

SF Appeal reports that the SFPD will be holding a sobriety checkpoint in Potrero Hill (at Potrero Avenue and 23rd Street) on Saturday, January 22nd from 8:30am going on till the wee hours of the night. Why they are announcing the DUI checkout days ahead…

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Planned Parenthood Comes to the Mission

Planned Parenthood Comes to the Mission

Women all over SF now have a new clinic they can go to for safe, clean and affordable OB/GYN care. After having the one and only clinic (Golden Gate Planned Parenthood) in the city stripped of its affiliation, Planned Parenthood has now reopened an office…

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Classical Radio Station Sold

Classical Radio Station Sold

Popular classical music station KDFC has been sold, changing the landscape of radio in the Bay Area. The University of Southern California has purchased the station from Entercom Communications for an undisclosed amount.

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America’s Cup Made a Top Priority

America’s Cup Made a Top Priority

Although the America’s Cup is nearly two years away, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has created a committee of city officials to help coordinate the city’s efforts, as San Francisco is set to host the race in 2013.

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Burning Man Tickets Now on Sale!

Burning Man Tickets Now on Sale!

Get them while they’re hot! (pun intended). Tickets for the festival on the Playa went on sale at 10am today and range from $210 to $320. Ah, I remember the good ol’ days when tickets were only $40 and you could spend the rest of…

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Landmark Status for GG Park

Landmark Status for GG Park

GG Park is the soul of San Francisco. Its 1,017 acres of land stretches towards the ocean and its vast swathes of green lawn beckon you to sit and relax on a sunny day. And now it just may become a historical landmark.

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Oakland Raiders Hire Hue Jackson

Oakland Raiders Hire Hue Jackson

Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis formally introduced Hue Jackson as the team’s sixth head coach since 2003 on Tuesday.

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Supervisor Redistricting

Supervisor Redistricting

Just when you thought the political antics of the new year had settled, city politicos have gone ahead shaken things up again. They are trying to redraw supervisors’ districts. This means, for example, that if you live in a progressive stronghold like the Mission (Dictrict…

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Something cool is coming to San Francisco

Something cool is coming to San Francisco

If you’re part of the ‘In Crowd’, you may have already heard of a mysterious startup named Hipster, which received 10K signups within the first two days of its launch. In the same vein as the irony often found among the hipster brethren, these registrants had NO…

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Steve Jobs Leaving Apple

Steve Jobs Leaving Apple

At least for the time being. The CEO is going on a mysterious, undisclosed medical leave (the 2nd in 2 years) while COO Tim Cook holds down the fort. The mere announcement of his leave caused Apple stocks to plunge 6.4% (in the European market…

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