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San Francisco Police Chief Considers Equipping Officers with Cameras

San Francisco Police Chief Considers Equipping Officers with Cameras

Following another accusation of police misconduct this week, San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr is considering giving cameras to officers on the force. San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi has released a series of surveillance videos over the last few months, alleging police misconduct during…

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Hippo Celebrates Birthday at San Francisco Zoo

Hippo Celebrates Birthday at San Francisco Zoo

Visitors will get a chance to see Brian Wilson at the San Francisco Zoo this weekend. It’s just not the Brian Wilson they might be thinking of. The zoo’s newest hippo, which was formerly known as Tucker, has been renamed “Brian Wilson” after the Giants…

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Aesop Rock’s Guide to San Francisco

Aesop Rock’s Guide to San Francisco

Not only is Aesop Rock a dope emcee, he knows what’s up when it comes to sniffing out a great taqueria or a late-night snack in San Francisco. The NY-to-SF transplant shares some of his favorite things about the city. Favorite SF neighborhood outside of…

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Friday: Color! Color! Color!

Friday: Color! Color! Color!

  PENPOP: A fly bird swaggers on the retaining wall at Ocean Beach; a black and white skull-cat lurks on a pot-club wall in SOMA; a six-eyed face stares from two stickers on a garage near Civic Center; and ‘east bay’ represents on an N-Judah railing in…

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Ready for Veggies?

Ready for Veggies?

The amazing thing about Greens (Fort Mason, Building A) is that despite a strictly vegetarian menu, this innovative restaurant–located right on the Bay–will leave even the most ferocious of meat-lovers not wanting for more. And let me be more specific: the expertly-prepared fruit and vegetable…

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New Street Art on 15th and Valencia

New Street Art on 15th and Valencia

A mural recently in progress has been completed on 15th and Valencia. This large, collaborative work covers an entire wall of the building in between Valencia and Calendonia Street and incorporates a mix of styles and characters. If you are in the neighborhood, take a…

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Beer Review: Pretty Things Jack D’Or

Beer Review: Pretty Things Jack D’Or

Gearing up for sun and warm weather continues with this Saison/Farmhouse ale from Pretty Things. Be sure to try this beer for an idle summer afternoon’s sipping. Pour Jack D’Or in a glass to admire the opaque, golden wheat hue of the beer topped with…

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16th Street Restaurant Closings

16th Street Restaurant Closings

Another restaurant bites the dust on 16th Street. As one alarmed Twitterer stated “16th street renovation, first il cantuccio, then ti couz, now bangkok 16?” It is a Mission eatery apocalypse? Has the gourmet foodie scene in the Mission grown so quickly and so fast…

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Hot Compilation: SCION A/V Presents Trouble & Bass: Sounds of NYC

Hot Compilation: SCION A/V Presents Trouble & Bass: Sounds of NYC

Scion A/V has teamed up with talented NYC-based label Trouble & Bass to release a compilation guaranteed to get your feet movin’ and heart pumping. Showcasing some of the NYC’s best underground bass, this soundtrack was directly influenced by all sounds New York. The compilation…

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Dog Owners Protest Off-Leash Restrictions

Dog Owners Protest Off-Leash Restrictions

A protest has been planned for this Saturday, May 21st, 10:30am -12:30pm, in which opponents of the GGNRA’s restrictions on off-leash dogs will be marching from Ocean Beach to Sigmund Stern Grove. Organizers expects several hundred attendees, it is unclear whether this number also includes…

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Spring Wine Blitz Underway at Bi-Rite Market

Spring Wine Blitz Underway at Bi-Rite Market

San Francisco’s Bi-Rite Market is hosting its annual Spring Wine Blitz this weekend, offering deals on wines throughout the shop. The Mission District staple holds three similar events each year, one in the spring, one in November and another in December. All wines are 20…

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Brunch at Kate’s: One Pro of Working from Home

Brunch at Kate’s: One Pro of Working from Home

Working from home is lonely, smelly, and downright sucky. As a work-from-home-er, I sometimes spend the entire day in my pjs watching TiVoed episodes of Oprah on mute as I type. Other days, like this past Tuesday, I say eff it, and meet my fellow…

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