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Rye Project’s Adam Mesnick Discusses the ‘Newish’ Jewish Deli Scene in SF

Rye Project’s Adam Mesnick Discusses the ‘Newish’ Jewish Deli Scene in SF

Jewish deli food is having a moment. Like ramen and the humble taco, it has been reinvented and challenged by a new generation with aspirations to make it trendy, accessible and fun. One of our local messengers of the deli reinvention is Adam Mesnick, the…

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Outside Lands Tickets Go On Sale this Week

Outside Lands Tickets Go On Sale this Week

With SXSW on the immediate horizon and Coachella coming soon, Outside Lands festival organizers are gearing up for 2015 with “eager beaver” tickets going on sale this week.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Billie Joe Armstrong of East Bay pop-punk band Green Day plans to open his own music store in Oakland called Broken Guitars on April 3. Located at 423 40th Street, Broken Guitars will be located across the street from independent record store and label 1-2-3-4…

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Celebrate in Style for St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrate in Style for St. Patrick’s Day

It’s that time of year again when heaping helpings of corned beef and cabbage are served and streams of stout, cheap green beer and whiskey are flowing—or at least that’s what certain segments of the American population who proclaim to be of honorary Irish descent…

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Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

The average one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco now costs a whopping $3,460 per month, which is an all-time high for the area and officially makes it the most expensive rental market in the United States.

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Highlights and Photos from Off The Grid Fort Mason

Highlights and Photos from Off The Grid Fort Mason

Off the Grid returned to Fort Mason for the 2015 season on Friday, showcasing six new vendors and 24 returning favorites.

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Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

There’s nothing quite like a good old-fashioned parade, and San Francisco hosts one of the best with its Chinese New Year Parade.

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Q&A: Making it ‘Rain’ With Paper Diamond

Q&A: Making it ‘Rain’ With Paper Diamond

Paper Diamond, formerly known as Alex B, is a producer, DJ, manager, art director, and label founder. Last year he narrowed his focus and solely worked on Paper Diamond music, creating a new beat or idea nearly every day. We spoke with him about the…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

From the future R&B of Sweater Beats to the big boot bounce of Big Freed and the dubstep of Pegboard Nerds, San Francisco dance floors will be moving this weekend.

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Modest Mouse, Of Monster and Men to Headline Live 105′s BFD Concert

Modest Mouse, Of Monster and Men to Headline Live 105′s BFD Concert

Radio station Live 105′s annual summer bash at Shoreline Amphitheater, BFD, will return this June with Modest Mouse and Of Monsters and Men headlining. The concert returns Jun 6 with Panic! At The Disco, Cold War Kids and Atlas Genius also performing on the main…

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Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

San Francisco is hosting a couple of a free events this week to celebrate a two-year run of The Bay Lights sculpture, which will be temporarily decommissioned Friday morning in order to complete maintenance on the bridge’s cables. Fortunately, the not-for-profit foundation Illuminate the Arts…

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Off The Grid Returns to Fort Mason This Friday

Off The Grid Returns to Fort Mason This Friday

Off The Grid’s short seasonal hiatus at Fort Mason ends this Friday as the weekly food truck gathering returns with seven new vendors and several returning vendors.

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