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Scratch Up Some Season’s Greetings (Sponsored)

Scratch Up Some Season’s Greetings (Sponsored)

Stuffing a friend’s stocking with a scratcher is just about the easiest way to inject a spark of excitement into a love one’s holiday season. With prizes reaching heights as high as $5 million, scratchers are a fantastic way to spread holiday cheer. Visit CALottery.com…

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New Video: San Francisco at its Finest in ‘Paradise x SF’

New Video: San Francisco at its Finest in ‘Paradise x SF’

A new video by local cinematographer and photographer Matt Maniego shares stunning views from some of San Francisco’s most iconic vistas.

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Little Dragon Added to Sea Of Dreams NYE 2014 Lineup with Thievery Corporation & A-Trak

Little Dragon Added to Sea Of Dreams NYE 2014 Lineup with Thievery Corporation & A-Trak

Sea Of Dreams NYE, one of the biggest New Year’s parties, announced today that Little Dragon was added to the lineup, which already features Thievery Corporation and A-Trak UPDATE: Set times below Held for the first time this year at Bill Graham Civic, Sea Of…

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Photos: BiteLife at California Academy of Sciences

Photos: BiteLife at California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences celebrated Thanksgiving early last night with a discussion on the science of flavor and cooking tips for turkey and turducken from 4505 Meats. Photos by SF Station photographer Jason Ogulnik.

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Now Playing: Catching Fire, Nebraska & Cinema by the Bay

Now Playing: Catching Fire, Nebraska & Cinema by the Bay

Finally, after much build up, we all get a chance to catch fire. And it seems the movie is actually worthy of the hype. But if the crowds are too much, there will be plenty of great lower budget / more indie style films like…

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Movie Review: ‘Nebraska’ The Dying Frontier

Movie Review: ‘Nebraska’ The Dying Frontier

Alexander Payne’s latest film — following 2011’s excellent The Descendents — is a meditation on family, the past, and impending death. Payne’s decision to film in black and white, yet still focus on the gorgeous dilapidated midwest landscape, strips the film down to the bones…

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Q&A: Phillip Taylor of Paws Prepares for West Coast Debut

Q&A: Phillip Taylor of Paws Prepares for West Coast Debut

Glasgow rockers Paws are slowly sinking their claws into the U.S. With gigs at last year’s SXSW getting attention from national publications like Spin, and gigs with Wavves and the Breeders, the group is  launching its West Coast tour. We caught up with the lead…

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SF Officials Ban Tour Buses from Alamo Square, Painted Ladies

SF Officials Ban Tour Buses from Alamo Square, Painted Ladies

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors voted 5-0 to ban tour buses from a 25-square-block area around and including Alamo Square Park.

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Photos: Reverend Horton Heat at the Chapel

Photos: Reverend Horton Heat at the Chapel

Could there be any more appropriate place for Texas rockabilly vet Reverend Horton Heat to plan than the Chapel?

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Sabrosa Brings Authentic Mexican Cuisine to the Marina

Sabrosa Brings Authentic Mexican Cuisine to the Marina

The ownership team behind the Brixton and Redford debuted Sabrosa in San Francisco last week, a new restaurant in the Marina District featuring a menu of organic home-style Mexican food and specialty cocktails.

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Cinema By The Bay Presented by San Francisco Film Society November 22 – 24

Cinema By The Bay Presented by San Francisco Film Society November 22 – 24

San Francisco Film Society’s 2013 Fall Season is coming to an end by keeping it local. From November 22 – 24 they will be presenting Cinema By The Bay at The Roxie Theater in the Mission, a fitting venue of local stature.. After scoping out…

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DreamForce Party Turns Into Massive Green Day Singalong After Sound Fails

DreamForce Party Turns Into Massive Green Day Singalong After Sound Fails

The first rain of the season threatened to unravel SaleForce’s massive DreamForce party last night at AT&T Park, killing the sound system for most of Green Day’s headlining set.

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