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Local Chef Spotlight: Brandon Jew of Mr. Jiu’s

Local Chef Spotlight: Brandon Jew of Mr. Jiu’s

It didn’t take very long for Mr. Jiu’s to become a standout Chinese restaurant in SF’s Chinatown. With every dish built with the  potential to be a fan favorite, critics are raving and Yelpers are going nuts for the five-course banquet-styled menu offerred here. Only Brandon Jew,…

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Interview with Sam Tiba of Club Cheval (Bromance Records), From Paris to SF

Interview with Sam Tiba of Club Cheval (Bromance Records), From Paris to SF

French electronic group and art collective, Club Cheval, have an upcoming show at the Mezzanine on July 30 in support of their debut album Discipline, released earlier this year on Bromance Records, run by fellow countryman, Brodinski. The group hails from Paris and consist of…

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A Detroit City Showcase Curated by Heron Arts, Inner State Gallery & Matthew Dear (Ghostly International)

A Detroit City Showcase Curated by Heron Arts, Inner State Gallery & Matthew Dear (Ghostly International)

Heron Arts’ upcoming show, The Detroiter, will introduce an eclectic selection of artists, largely with ties to Detroit (nicknamed the Motor City), against a backdrop of electronic acts curated by Matthew Dear’s label, Ghostly International, on Saturday, July 30th. The Detroiter is the second collaborative gallery-exhibit-gone-block-party…

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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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The California Academy of Sciences’ NightLife LIVE Series Explores New Depths

The California Academy of Sciences’ NightLife LIVE Series Explores New Depths

There’s never a dull moment around the California Academy of Sciences, and when summer and fall kick in, the museum’s Thursday NightLife program turns it up even further with its Nightlife LIVE music series. For Nightlife LIVE, music promoters who know what’s up (ahem, Treasure…

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Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Among the many Monday emails you are probably sifting through, and more depressing presidential coverage you might be reading, we thought you could use some good news! Shift any weekend obligations to Sunday, and make room in your belly—because The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off is…

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East Bay Gems: A Look at Oakland’s Grand Avenue

East Bay Gems: A Look at Oakland’s Grand Avenue

Stretching from Lake Merritt to Piedmont, Oakland’s Grand Avenue has it all. A mix of old (the stunning Grand Lake Theater with the iconic marquee) to the new (chic eateries and shops). It’s one of the city’s main arteries and a go-to place in Oakland…

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The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

San Francisco will soon be home to the largest collection of Latino Art in the United States, thanks to the construction of the 60,000 square foot Mexican Museum, which is set to open in early 2019 at downtown Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Mexican-American…

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Where to Enjoy San Francisco’s Growing Mediterranean Food Wave

Where to Enjoy San Francisco’s Growing Mediterranean Food Wave

Like any other foodie capital, San Francisco is constantly awash with food trend waves. Some are ingredient-based, some come all the way from Japan (we’re looking at you, jidori egg!) and some bring fresh flavors from distant regions. The latest food wave on the forecast?…

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A Weekend Full of Ramen, Sake & Cuteness Overload at the J-Pop Summit

A Weekend Full of Ramen, Sake & Cuteness Overload at the J-Pop Summit

This year, J-POP SUMMIT attendees will be able to experience a vibrant two-day celebration of Japanese pop-influenced culture including edgy fashion events, pop art exhibits, live music, a technology summit, interactive activities, ramen vendors, and sake tastings. J-POP SUMMIT is one of the world’s biggest…

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Mama Galina’s Pop-Up Dining Experience Reinvents Russian Food in the Mission

Mama Galina’s Pop-Up Dining Experience Reinvents Russian Food in the Mission

Despite having a fairly large Russian population, San Francisco’s Russian food offerings are limited mainly to the neon-lit, another era-style grocery stores in the Richmond, Cinderella Bakery, the freshly opened Bulka in the Haight and a couple of somewhat secret, event-oriented restaurants where courses are…

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Discover 5 South Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive

Discover 5 South Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive

For all the things Silicon Valley is famous for, great dining probably isn’t one of them. However, under the facade of lunchtime salads in Facebook cafeterias, there are a number of curious restaurants worthy of a visit. And so, after heading to the North Bay,…

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