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Review: Mogwai @ The Regency Ballroom

Review: Mogwai @ The Regency Ballroom

It’s funny to think that Glaswegians Mogwai hail from the same part of the world that gave us twee acts Belle & Sebastian and Camera Obscura — and all within the same year, too. The band’s Monday night set at the Regency was a mindbender….

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I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I Remember the First Time I Ever…

Gary Danko (800 North Point Street). Clearly, I remember my introduction to this hallowed beacon of culinary grandeur. ‘Twas a dark and stormy evening…just kidding – I have no idea what else was going on during that fateful night, because when you’re at Danko everything…

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Win Tix to Oyster Fest This Saturday

Win Tix to Oyster Fest This Saturday

Over the last 14 years, San Francisco’s Oyster Fest has quietly establishing itself as the Bay to Breakers pre-party, bringing music fans together with thousands of oysters harvested by Drakes Bay Oyster Farm. Find out how to win tickets for the party this Saturday after…

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New Video: Death Cab for Cutie

New Video: Death Cab for Cutie

Indie masters Death Cab for Cutie join up with sensationalized artist Shepard Fairey for an ode to street art in the video “Home Is a Fire,” their second single off upcoming album Codes and Keys.

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Review: Goblin by Tyler, the Creator

Review: Goblin by Tyler, the Creator

Well, it’s real now. Tyler, The Creator, front man for the much-hyped L.A. rap crew Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, released his record-label debut Goblin today on XL Recordings.

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And the Winners are…

And the Winners are…

It’s considered the equivalent of the Academy Awards in the food world. And while the winners don’t get a little gold trophy, the praise and respect from their peers in the industry will suffice.

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Review: New Orleans Jazz Fest

Review: New Orleans Jazz Fest

Thousands headed down to New Orleans this past week, including many from Northern California, for the 42nd Annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, featuring lots of local flavor, plus sets from touring headliners Arcade Fire, Lupe Fiasco, Kid Rock, The Strokes, and many more.

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Review: KT Tunstall @ GAMH

Review: KT Tunstall @ GAMH

The spunky singer-songwriter KT Tunstall lit up the stage at her concert on Mother’s Day at the Great American Music Hall. The venue, which already has an intimate feeling of it’s own, complimented her solo acoustic tour perfectly

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Guest List: Decks on Deck Benefit Ft. Mix Master Mike

Guest List: Decks on Deck Benefit Ft. Mix Master Mike

Help support the first Annual Decks on Deck, a benefit for individuals’ battling leukemia and lymphoma. Enter your name below for the chance to win a ticket aboard the the $7 million dollar, 4.5 story flagship vessel of the Commodore Fleet, on Friday May 20,…

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Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Prepare yourself for the weekend. Sunday is Bay to Breakers, that raucous day of debauchery where over 100,000 San Franciscans parade through the middle of the city in costumes, running outfits or (eek!) nothing at all. ING dropped out as the race sponsor (weak) but Zazzle has…

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Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School hosted a plant sale this weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day.  And while you may be thinking what’s the big deal with a plant sale, it is all part of an amazing program at the school called Edible Schoolyard.

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A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

San Francisco has some of the best dining options in the country, so if you’re going to venture over to the East Bay for a meal, it damn well better be worth the drive over the bridge. Saysetha (6230 Telegraph Ave.) in North Oakland is…

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