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Video: #sfbatkid Cheered on by Thousands in San Francisco

Video: #sfbatkid Cheered on by Thousands in San Francisco

  Watch #sfbatkid cheered on by thousands of people in Union Square – many holding back happy tears. 5 year old Miles had his wish come true today as the whole city of San Francisco turned into Gotham. Read more about Miles here: http://sf.wish.org/wishes/wish-stories/i-wish-to-be/wish-to-be-batkid

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Arcade Fire Announces Bay Area Show, Likely to Headline Coachella 2014

Arcade Fire Announces Bay Area Show, Likely to Headline Coachella 2014

Arcade Fire announced a new North American tour today with a stop in the Bay Area, and likely a headlining slot at Coachella 2014.

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10,000 People Volunteer for Make-A-Wish Batman Adventure in SF

10,000 People Volunteer for Make-A-Wish Batman Adventure in SF

More than 10,000 volunteers will hit the streets of San Francisco tomorrow to make a five-your-old boy’s dream of becoming a super hero come true.

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New York Times, Chronicle Feud Over Report About SF Food Coverage

New York Times, Chronicle Feud Over Report About SF Food Coverage

A bi-coastal food fight is brewing today between the San Francisco Chronicle and The New York Times after the Times published a report with anonymous sources that claims the Chronicle will merge its standalone food section with other sections in the paper. The New York…

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Bun Mee Announces Plans to Open Financial District Location

Bun Mee Announces Plans to Open Financial District Location

Pacific Heights bánh mì sandwich shop Bun Mee announced plans this week to open a second location in the Financial District.

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Photos: Gramatik Brings ‘Age of Reason’ to the FIllmore

Photos: Gramatik Brings ‘Age of Reason’ to the FIllmore

The Fillmore got in on the EDM movement on Saturday with Brooklyn producer Gramatik taking over with his Age of Reason tour. Photos by SF Station Photographer Thibault Palomares.

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Burning Man Organizers Agree to Pay $600k Annually to Nevada County

Burning Man Organizers Agree to Pay $600k Annually to Nevada County

Black Rock City LLC, the San Francisco-based company behind Burning Man has agreed to pay $600,000 a year over the next 10 years to the sheriff’s office in Pershing County, Nevada for security and other services in the desert.

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Photos: Hot Spandex Action With Stretch Sunday at Monarch

Photos: Hot Spandex Action With Stretch Sunday at Monarch

Monarch was full of hot neon and Spandex action Sunday night as Stretch Sunday celebrated it’s one-year anniversary in prime 80s fashion.

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San Francisco Film Society Presents New Italian Cinema Nov. 13 – 17

San Francisco Film Society Presents New Italian Cinema Nov. 13 – 17

Celebrating its 17th year, the New Italian Cinema mini-festival is back at Landmark’s Clay Theater. The festival is part of the San Francisco Film Society’s Fall Season and like it’s other Fall Series festivals — French Cinema Now and Taiwan Film Days — it’s intent…

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21st Amendment, Magnolia Celebrate Belgian Beer Month With Unique Brews

21st Amendment, Magnolia Celebrate Belgian Beer Month With Unique Brews

Two of San Francisco ’s most well-known breweries are offering up some special beers in November, all part of the celebration of Belgian Beer Month.

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Hard Announces Plans for All-Female California EDM Festival In 2014

Hard Announces Plans for All-Female California EDM Festival In 2014

The co-founder of Hard Events is planning an all-female electronic music festival tentatively scheduled for sometime next year. During a recent interview, Gary Richards admitted that only 8 percent of all the acts that performed at Hard Events over the last five years were women….

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Now Playing: Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Now Playing:  Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Movie-goers, this week there’s something that will cater to almost all of your diverse tastes. There are films from and about other parts of the world; there’s a Transgender Film Festival; a couple of adult film at Yerba Buena Center; drama (The Motel Life) and…

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