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Flour + Water Reopens With Menu Changes, Improvements

Flour + Water Reopens With Menu Changes, Improvements

Fear not, Flour + Water’s closure for improvements was short lived and the celebrated restaurants resumes service today, in time to celebrate its five-year anniversary. Managing to get away with a seven-day closure might seem hard for for popular a restaurant, but head chef Thomas…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties this Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties this Weekend

Between the heatwave, Bay to Breakers, and this weekend’s heady electronic bookings, it seems like San Franciscans will be getting their fair share of vitamin D and vodka. Raise one up. Here’s to house, dub techno, hardware sets and sunscreen. For a full list of events visit SF…

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Sketchfest Announces 420-Friendly Double Feature with Doug Bensen, Fred Amisen

Sketchfest Announces 420-Friendly Double Feature with Doug Bensen, Fred Amisen

Actors Fred Armisen and Doug Benson will bring rapid-fire jokes and live commentary to the Castro Theatre for a two-part “Summer Social” hosted by the organizers behind the annual San Francisco Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest. On Saturday, August 16 and starting appropriately at 4:20pm, stand-up…

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Photos: Tutu Tuesday Celebrates Six Years of Partying in Style

Photos: Tutu Tuesday Celebrates Six Years of Partying in Style

Tutu Tuesday celebrated its sixth anniversary this week DJ Atish, airbrush tattoos, face-painting and, of course, plenty of tutus rocking on the dance floor.

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Carrie Brownstein Brings Portlandia to San Francisco

Carrie Brownstein Brings Portlandia to San Francisco

In years past, it was much more likely Carrie Brownstein would be passing through San Francisco with a guitar in hand, playing to a packed club as part of her numerous musical outlets, namely Sleater-Kinney. Then in 2011, she made her acting debut with Fred…

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Jay Z and Beyonce Announce 2nd San Francisco Concert

Jay Z and Beyonce Announce 2nd San Francisco Concert

Family drama be damned, Jay Z and Beyonce appear unfazed by the family scuffle with Bey’s little sister Solange that blew up on the Internet yesterday, announcing today that they will perform a second show at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. The second San Francisco date…

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SF’s Oldest German Restaurant Schroeder’s Gets A New Look in the FiDi

SF’s Oldest German Restaurant Schroeder’s Gets A New Look in the FiDi

After four months of renovation and a soft opening leading into limited dinner service last week, Financial District institution Schroeder’s is back in full swing. With the retirement of Jana and Stefan Filipcik at the end of 2013, new owners Jan Wiginton and Andy Chun…

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Stage Review: ‘Communique No 10′ Explores Riots and Race

Stage Review: ‘Communique No 10′ Explores Riots and Race

The Cutting Ball Theater’s production of Communique No 10 bursts out of the gate with incredible, anarchic energy that grabs the audience from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until the lights come back on. Celebrating it’s U.S. premiere at the EXIT through May…

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Photos: Edward Sharpe and Oysters at SF Oyster Fest

Photos: Edward Sharpe and Oysters at SF Oyster Fest

It was a beautiful day for oysters and music in Golden Gate Park as thousands of people gathered for SF Oyster Fest with performances by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Poolside and Ra Ra Riot.

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Stanford Court Hotel Now Offers Google Glass to Guests

Stanford Court Hotel Now Offers Google Glass to Guests

While some San Francisco business have banned Google’s polarizing wearable technology, Google Glass, Nob Hill’s Stanford Court Hotel is embracing it with a new package that supplies guests with the Web-enhanced glasses. Starting today, the hotel is offering a Google Glass Explorer Package to all…

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Coachella 2015 Dates, Ticket Sales Announced

Coachella 2015 Dates, Ticket Sales Announced

Less than one month after the conclusion of Coachella 2014, dates for next year’s festival were announced and advance tickets go on sale this Friday starting at 10am. Coachella 2015 will again span two weekends, April 10-12 and 17-19, and will likely include the return…

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Photos: Party Time With Kill the Noise and Mat Zo at Regency Ballroom

Photos: Party Time With Kill the Noise and Mat Zo at Regency Ballroom

After separate sets last week at the Regency Ballroom, Kill the Noise and Mat Zo joined forces as Kill the Zo to ignite an already manic crowd. Photos by SF Station photographer Stewart Tomassian.

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