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Second La Boulange Cookbook Lands April 2

Second La Boulange Cookbook Lands April 2

The second cookbook from Pascal Rigo of La Boulange is coming out next week. The cookbook features favorite recipes from tartines to sandwiches to pastries and will be available at La Boulange locations, Amazon and many local bookstores.

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Movie Review: Admission

Movie Review: Admission

Every year, thousands of hopeful high-school seniors send in applications to their respective colleges of choice. Some of those high-school seniors aim high, applying to Ivy League universities, less, of course, for their love of knowledge than the economic opportunities that an Ivy League education…

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Movie Review: Spring Breakers

Movie Review: Spring Breakers

Harmony Korine’s latest film may not be the best film of a generation but it could be the most relevant.

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Audiofly, Fred P and Patrice Baumel at Public Works

Audiofly, Fred P and Patrice Baumel at Public Works

Saturday, March 23, As You Like It, Public Works, GAFFTA, and The Bunker team up to bring several artists from the sidelines of house and techno who’ve made names for themselves as veritable tastemakers.

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Rock Bar Celebrates a Year in Bernal Heights

Rock Bar Celebrates a Year in Bernal Heights

A brand new spring cocktail list, punch, celebrating a special donkey and great tunes – it’s all part of the first birthday party for Rock Bar on Thursday night.

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Interview: Singer/Songwriter Matt Costa

Interview: Singer/Songwriter Matt Costa

Matt Costa was discovered the way many young guitar player dream about: he was sought out by his guitar heroes.

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Prince to Play DNA Lounge in April, Tickets on Sale Now

Prince to Play DNA Lounge in April, Tickets on Sale Now

Prince will perform four shows  at DNA Lounge in April.

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Is Joe Montana Opening a Burger Restaurant in SF?

Is Joe Montana Opening a Burger Restaurant in SF?

The Hall of Fame quarterback was interestingly enough part of a restaurant industry conference at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco last week and dropped some interesting news.

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Interview: Comedian Jon Lovitz Stops at Cobb’s This Week

Interview: Comedian Jon Lovitz Stops at Cobb’s This Week

Comedian Jon Lovitz has been making fans laugh for nearly 30 years, with a stint on Saturday Night Live, to appearances on TV shows such as Seinfeld and The Simpsons and films, including The Producers.

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New Online Travel Series customNATION Debuts in SF

New Online Travel Series customNATION Debuts in SF

A new travel series, customNation debuts today with its first feature episode shot in beautiful San Francisco. Viewers are treated to an outside-of-the-box look at American cities with a few hidden gems tourists sometimes miss.

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Looking at the James Beard Finalists a Day Later

Looking at the James Beard Finalists a Day Later

The Bay Area will once again be represented well in New York in early May as finalists for the James Beard Award were announced on Monday. But did the James Beard Foundation get it right?

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Interview: Citizens! Brings ‘True Romance’ to Monarch

Interview: Citizens! Brings ‘True Romance’ to Monarch

After spending last week in Austin for SXSW, British rock group Citizens! is making its way west for a tour stop at SoMA nightclub Monarch on March 23. We chatted with keyboardist Lawrence Diamond during in a phone interview about life in America, working with…

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