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Award Winning “La Bella Rosa” Pizza Arrives at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana

Award Winning “La Bella Rosa” Pizza Arrives at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana

Starting today and ending May 11, Chef Laura Meyer’s creation La Bella Rosa, which took first place in the Non-Traditional Pizza Division at this year’s International Pizza Expo, will have a limited run at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana. The pizza is topped with mozzarella, braised lamb,…

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90s Band Failure Returns With Two Reunion Shows in SF

90s Band Failure Returns With Two Reunion Shows in SF

Failure’s last gig was in 1997, but after 16 years of pursuing families and other musical projects, the band decided they wouldn’t let their name embody them. A slow rise results in a steady empire. While Failure was away, they received attention and praise by…

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Wye Oak, Thao & The Get Down to Play Phono del Sol Music Festival

Wye Oak, Thao & The Get Down to Play Phono del Sol Music Festival

Folk duo Wye Oak and San Francisco indie pop group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down were among five acts named for the fourth annual Phono del Sol Music Festival at Potrero del Sol Park on July 12. MAY 13 UPDATE: Organizers announced today…

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Photos: A Wild Night With Bro Safari at the Regency

Photos: A Wild Night With Bro Safari at the Regency

The EDM kids were out en masse for a wild night at the Regency Ballroom for Bro Safari.

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Beck, The National to Headline Monterey’s First City Festival

Beck, The National to Headline Monterey’s First City Festival

The First City Festival is adding to an already packed Northern California concert lineup with Beck, The National, The Naked and Famous and Phantogram headlining the First City Festival in Monterey.

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Freaky, Sexy, Fun Photos From How Weird Street Faire

Freaky, Sexy, Fun Photos From How Weird Street Faire

One of numerous opportunities to get weird outdoors during San Francisco’s street fair and festival season, the How Weird Street Faire welcomed thousands people to the Howard Street corridor downtown with some of the city’s best DJs for a day party.

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Photos: Holy Ghost and Silent Frisco Dancing at SFMOMA’s Modern Ball

Photos: Holy Ghost and Silent Frisco Dancing at SFMOMA’s Modern Ball

With SFMOMA undergoing a massive renovation, the museum’s annual Modern Ball fundraiser moved across the street on Wednesday for dinner, dancing and drinks at Yerba Buena Gardens.

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Movie Review: ‘Locke’ Is One Stressful Car Ride

Movie Review: ‘Locke’ Is One Stressful Car Ride

The brilliance of Locke isn’t that it’s completely self-contained to one car and its driver Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy), but that within that limitation it creates such a well rounded and thrilling story. Written and directed by Steven Knight, the only character on screen is…

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Movie Review: Andrew Garfield Swings Again In Unnecessary Spider-Man 2

Movie Review: Andrew Garfield Swings Again In Unnecessary Spider-Man 2

The problem with Sony’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise isn’t that it came on the immediate heels of Sam Raimi’s trilogy — although that doesn’t help — it’s that their intentions are to please cineplex audiences through gimmicks like a lame post-3D conversion rather than…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Cinco de Mayo comes once a year, but the return dates of the following artists are perhaps more mysterious than the reasons behind getting smashed for Cinco de Mayo. Anyhow, no one ever said you can’t have your tequila with techno.

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Stern Grove Festival Lineup Announced

Stern Grove Festival Lineup Announced

A summertime tradition in San Francisco, the Stern Grove Festival free concert series returns in June with Allen Stone, Sergio Mendes and the Zombies among season highlights.

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Six Parties for Cinco de Mayo

Six Parties for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo falls on a Monday this year, which means we can tack an extra day of partying on to a weekend full of events. The usual suspects are all on the docket: music, tasty food, imported beer and specialty tequila. There are plenty…

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