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Live Review: Odd Future at The Regency

Live Review: Odd Future at The Regency

With so many things being said about Odd Future these days, it was refreshing to get a chance to see them up close and personal. With a sold out Regency full of kids, music bloggers and music fans ready to experience the hype; all of…

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Amy Winehouse Found Dead

Amy Winehouse Found Dead

The BBC reported today that Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London apartment. She was 27 years old. There aren’t many details yet, but it looks like the singer’s long-time struggles with drugs and alcohol finally caught up with her. She had one of…

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Red Vic Staff Says Goodbye

Red Vic Staff Says Goodbye

Last night’s staff gathering to commemorate the closing of the Red Vic was also a party to celebrate the establishment’s 31st year. Collective owners, staff members, volunteers, old friends, and neighbors gathered to watch films, snack, and chat. Join the Red Vic in saying goodbye this…

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Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s was closed for a little vacation (July 3- July 18) and it seems all the rest and relaxation paid off as Executive Chef Gregory Short has returned with a succulent summer menu featuring a Degustation Menu as well as a Three-Course and Four-Course Menu…

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The 10 Douchiest Colleges In America

The 10 Douchiest Colleges In America

This week GQ posted their picks for the Douchiest Colleges in America, but I found this revised version a little more on the mark. After all, GQ ranked MIT as 9th on the list, which causes me to question the creators’ very definition of a…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Get your party on this weekend with a plethora of exciting artists and events around the Bay Area! FRIDAY, JULY 22 Spindig Happy Hour @ The Knockout Every 4th Friday catch DJs Ryan Poulsen, Joe Bank$, and Stef for good times and soulful jams during…

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Veteran City Employee to Head SF Muni

Veteran City Employee to Head SF Muni

San Francisco Public Works Director Ed Reiskin will be changing roles as he has been selected to head up the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. Reiskin, who has had a number of different roles over the last 20 years in both the public and private…

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Cotogna Offering To-Go Boxed Lunches, Outdoor Seating

Cotogna Offering To-Go Boxed Lunches, Outdoor Seating

One of the toughest restaurants to grab a seat at has been Cotogna in Jackson Square. The restaurant’s popularity can be seen at both lunch and dinner, with a packed house most days and nights. To help ease some of the congestion, the restaurant is…

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15th Annual Urban Youth Arts Festival

15th Annual Urban Youth Arts Festival

With over 2,000 square feet of portable wall space as well as free paint, free brushes and free aerosol cans, starving artists should jump on the chance to do what they love without worrying about their pocketbooks. This annual festival is presented by Precita Eyes…

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The Twilight Singers Announces Special SF Show

The Twilight Singers Announces Special SF Show

Gather up your flannel and dust off your Doc Martins. It’s time to start up that Marlboro habit again. The Twilight Singers will perform Blackberry Belle for one show only on September 17th at The Great American Music Hall. Greg Dulli, front man of the…

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San Francisco, Oakland Among Most Walkable Cities

San Francisco, Oakland Among Most Walkable Cities

San Francisco ranks second and Oakland tenth in a ranking of the most walkable big cities, that according to Seattle-based Walk Score. The organization ranks cities on a numerical scale, judging how close any address is to things like grocery stores, restaurants, schools and parks….

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National Tequila Day – July 24th

National Tequila Day – July 24th

People just need a reason to drink. Some use the excuse of a special occasion or day of the week (i.e. Tuesday happy hour specials) while others just make up a holiday. Not that I’m complaining. This Sunday is National Tequila Day, and if you’re…

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