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Video: Aloe Blacc “I Need a Dollar”

Video: Aloe Blacc “I Need a Dollar”

A mix of soul, funk, and hip hop, artist Aloe Blacc delivers powerful messages while keeping the dancefloor alive. He’s currently touring the country, just on the verge of US mainstream success.

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Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

I love Indian food and I adore Thai food. Clearly, it’s no surprise that Burmese food (bring kinda like a blend of Bombay and Bangkok) is one of my all-time favorite ethnic eats.

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S’more Bites

S’more Bites

All the deliciousness of a s’more in one bite-sized, easy to eat portion? Yes, please. This weekend is Memorial Day weekend and if you’re going camping like the thousands of others out there, you can make your own s’mores over a toasty campfire. Otherwise, there…

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Fresh and Easy Set to Open

Fresh and Easy Set to Open

The UK supermarket chain is all set to open outposts in SF. And they’ve set a date(s): June 22nd for the Richmond District store and August 24th for the new Bayview location. They’re also hiring – $10/hr with benefits.

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Haight Street Poster Art

Haight Street Poster Art

On a walk down Haight Street last week I was surprised by these posters pasted on some plywood construction lining the street. I like to think there is a message of peace contained in the musical notes shooting from this soldier’s gun.

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Hot Track: Chet Faker’s “No Diggity”

Hot Track: Chet Faker’s “No Diggity”

“Who the heck is Chet Faker?” To be honest, I don’t think many people know the Wikipedia-worthy answer to that question. What I do know is that this Melbourne based electronic artist just released a killer rendition of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” that suddenly has people…

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San Francisco Sells Tourism Industry

San Francisco Sells Tourism Industry

If you see big crowds near the Moscone Center over the next few days, that’s because San Francisco is hosting the International Pow Wow conference, one of the premier events and trade shows for the travel industry.

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Faces on the Street

Faces on the Street

PENPOP: Using what’s there: two googly eyes create a goofy face in the Castro; a familiar turtle squints with the eye of a chick in the Mission; the Demon of Beer Picnics grimaces on the wall at Ocean Beach; and an undead bunny drips on…

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Win Tickets to the Lightning in a Bottle Festival

Win Tickets to the Lightning in a Bottle Festival

Looking for a last-minute Memorial Day Weekend adventure? We are giving away two tickets to Lightning in a Bottle, a three-day electronic music festival this weekend in Southern California.

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State Assembly Approves Shark Fin Bill

State Assembly Approves Shark Fin Bill

The state Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would ban the sale, trade or possession of shark fins.

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Cuts in CA Prison Population

Cuts in CA Prison Population

Get ready, because there is soon going to be a whole lot more criminals out on the streets. And I’m not just talking about those riding the 14-Muni. The Supreme Court just backed a court order forcing the CA prison system to release up to…

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Underground Market: Food, Music and Big Crowds

Underground Market: Food, Music and Big Crowds

ForageSF held its monthly Underground Market at Public Works this past weekend. And the overall event is quite a scene.

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