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Red Bull Ride & Style San Francisco

Red Bull Ride & Style San Francisco

The first ever Red Bull Ride & Style on April 30th combined urban contemporary art and fixed gear racing at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco. The event featured works by Erik Otto, Aaron De La Cruz, N8 Van Dyke and Arlo Eisenberg on the…

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Injured Giants Fan Could be Transferred to Bay Area Next Week

Injured Giants Fan Could be Transferred to Bay Area Next Week

Avid San Francisco Giants fan and Bay Area paramedic Bryan Stow, who was assaulted outside Dodgers Stadium after the season opener in late March, could be transferred back to the Bay Area as soon as next week. Stow, a Santa Clara County paramedic, has been…

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Breakfast at the Ferry Building

Breakfast at the Ferry Building

The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture is celebrating the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market community on Saturday with its 11th annual Spring Breakfast fundraiser. CUESA’s Dacor teaching kitchen in the North Arcade will be transformed into the setting for the breakfast gathering. There will…

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Tonight : 6 Years of Indie Slash

Tonight : 6 Years of Indie Slash

Want to go out tonight to hear some dance tunes but not somewhere too crazy crowded and filled with Bay to Pre-breakers? Then come celebrate one of SF’s most consistently awesome parties, Indie Slash. Happening since 2005, tonight marks their 6-year anniversary of a night…

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Celebrate Bob With Lauryn

Celebrate Bob With Lauryn

It’s official: Lauryn Hill returns to SF next Wednesday  for a one-night tribute to Bob Marley at Mezzanine.  She’ll be covering a bunch of tunes by Bob Marley & The Wailers and throwing some of her hits in the mix, too. General admission tickets are…

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Beer Review: City Beer/SF Brewer’s Guild Agent Orange IPA

Beer Review: City Beer/SF Brewer’s Guild Agent Orange IPA

Recently City Beer Store celebrated its fifth anniversary and with it came special beers for the occasion. Among the array of experimental ales was a particularly zesty IPA brewed over at Speakeasy by City Beer and San Francisco Brewer’s Guild. This beer pours a dark,…

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Benefit to be Held for SF School

Benefit to be Held for SF School

In 2006, the Daniel Webster Elementary School in San Francisco was slated for closure as the city faced mounting budget problems. With one of the poorest populations in San Francisco and low student test scores, most felt there was little hope for saving the school….

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SFPD Faces More Scrutiny

SFPD Faces More Scrutiny

San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi has released another surveillance video that he said shows police misconduct during a drug bust. The incident in question occurred in late December when SFPD officers were involved in a drug bust at the Jefferson Hotel. Adachi said the…

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Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

18 Reasons hosts an array of super cool and interesting classes, but this one definitely struck my sweettooth eye. Next Wednesday Zohara Mapes, with SF’s own TCHO chocolates, will be giving attendees the insidescoop on being a chocolatier. And you can bet there’ll be plenty…

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Week in Photos: All That Jazz

Week in Photos: All That Jazz

From Ditty Dirty Money to the Fleet Foxes on down to New Orleans, our photogs covered all the bases at local shows and clubs, and beyond. Click the image to see the full gallery. Check out more SF Station galleries.

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A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

One of the most difficult aspects of trying to run a restaurant or small business in SF is the high cost of renting space. But what if you’re a business owner and have a chance to build a temporary space for a few years, then…

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Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

This mural by Chor Boogie is well worth a walk down Market Street! The mural is massive, covering about half a block of prime Market real estate. It’s a great addition to the neighborhood. If you missed his piece in the Indoor Mural Project show…

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