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NFL Season Preview – Niners Super Bowl Bound Again?

NFL Season Preview – Niners Super Bowl Bound Again?

Here in the Bay Area, both the Raiders and 49ers kick off their seasons on Sunday, though the teams appear to be headed in opposite directions.

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Jay Z Announces Bay Area Stop on ‘Magna Carta’ Tour

Jay Z Announces Bay Area Stop on ‘Magna Carta’ Tour

More big concert new this morning: After selling out Candlestick Park within hours this summer with Justin Timberlake, Jay Z is hitting the road solo with a tour stop in San Jose this December.

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Queens of the Stone Age, Fun., the Killers to Play Bridge School This Year

Queens of the Stone Age, Fun., the Killers to Play Bridge School This Year

The 2013 Bridge School lineup is out Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young headlining with Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket, Fun. and the Killers.

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Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Call it a Sweet 16 of sorts as San Francisco’s very own Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, which is celebrating a birthday on Saturday with an afternoon block party.

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Playlist: Key Tracks From San Jose’s C2SV Music Festival

Playlist: Key Tracks From San Jose’s C2SV Music Festival

The inaugural C2SV Music Festival + Conference is approaching quickly with San Francisco favorites Thee Oh Sees opening for Iggy And The Stooges and more than 50 other bands performing at 12 San Jose venues, September 26-29.

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Now Playing: Sigularity, Dark Matters, Far Out & Spark

Now Playing:  Sigularity, Dark Matters, Far Out & Spark

Upon closer examination, what initially looks to be another subdued week of movies, reveals a few films that pique our interest. The Singularity discusses when computer intelligence passes that of humans, recap William Friedkin’s films starting with To Live and Die in LA (can you…

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La Urbana Brings Unique Mexican Cuisine, Cocktails to Divisadero

La Urbana Brings Unique Mexican Cuisine, Cocktails to Divisadero

The Divisadero Corridor in San Francisco has thrived this year and is now welcoming La Urbana, a modern and contemporary Mexican restaurant.

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Spice Kit’s Wilfred Pacio Brings a Fresh Take to Asian Cuisine

Spice Kit’s Wilfred Pacio Brings a Fresh Take to Asian Cuisine

With a history in fine dining, some would think the team behind Spice Kit would have gone the way of luxury. But founder Wilfred Palacio went in the opposite direction.

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Bay Area Fuzz Punks the Terry Malts Return With New Album

Bay Area Fuzz Punks the Terry Malts Return With New Album

Bay Area based fuzz punks the Terry Malts are playing at Thee Parkside on September 5 to celebrate the release of their second album, Nobody Realizes This is Nowhere.

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Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

For those who prefer Bloody Mary’s over Mimosa/Champagne drinks for Sunday bunch, Sunday at Scala’s Bistro is all for you.

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Noir Lounge Announces September Film Screening Schedule

Noir Lounge Announces September Film Screening Schedule

Hayes Valley’s Noir Lounge has unveiled its September scheduled of film noir screenings. Unlike most nights at the Hayes Valley dining spot, which constantly runs the films of Hollywood’s Golden Age, these screenings will feature full sound. Brian Cassanegro, owner of Noir Lounge, handpicks his…

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San Jose Beats San Francisco in ‘Happiest, Healthiest Cities’ List

San Jose Beats San Francisco in ‘Happiest, Healthiest Cities’ List

A new survey from Prevention.com ranks San Jose the No. 1 happiest and healthiest U.S. city, with San Francisco making it to the No. 7 spot on the list.

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