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Treasure Island to be SF’s New Hotspot?

Treasure Island to be SF’s New Hotspot?

If the developers have anything to do with it then, yes, Treasure Island – that inconveniently-located piece of land that most SFers only flock to for the music festival- will one day be one of SF’s most exclusive residential enclaves. According to the SF Chronicle,…

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My Three Favorite Café Offices

My Three Favorite Café Offices

As a freelance writer, the city (or more often my sofa) is my office. As glamorous and fabulous as it sounds, sitting home alone can get well, lonely. In an effort to bust out of my pjs and commune with someone other than Ellen Degeneres,…

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Preview: Dave Nada at Lights Down Low

Preview: Dave Nada at Lights Down Low

Lights Down Low kicks off a summer of loud parties this Friday night at SOM with a solid lineup of DJs including headliner Dave Nada, the creator of moombahton, a new genre taking the world by storm. A little over a year ago, the genre…

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Hot Track: "East Harlem" – Beirut

Hot Track: "East Harlem" – Beirut

It’s been four years since the indie-folk Beirut have graced our ears with a new album. This year, they’re coming back with the full-length album The Rip Tide, set for release August 30th. Here’s an upcoming preview with their newest single “East Harlem.”

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Discovering New Dishes at Dosa

Discovering New Dishes at Dosa

Dosa on Fillmore is offering diners a chance to try out seven new dishes on Tuesday night. The Southern Indian restaurant is hosting a three-course dinner, featuring wines from Pacific Rim Vineyards and a presentation by San Francisco photographer Gúndi Vigfússon. The event costs $70,…

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SF Health Officials Investigate Oysterfest

SF Health Officials Investigate Oysterfest

The San Francisco Department of Pubic Health is looking into several claims of food poisoning at last month’s San Francisco Oysterfest. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, several Yelp reviewers of the event wrote about “suffering high fevers, shaking and even visiting the emergency room.”…

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Warriors Hire New Head Coach

Warriors Hire New Head Coach

The Golden State Warriors have turned to the broadcast booth for their next head coach. Mark Jackson, a 17-year NBA veteran and current ABC/ESPN NBA analyst, has been named the next coach of the Golden State Warriors. A formal announcement introducing Jackson is expected later…

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Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Louisville’s Young Widows are playing  June 10th at Thee Parkside. Like a cage of unleashed demons, the trio’s haunting, persistent patterns will stalk your mind and stick in your ears — and judging by their latest video, there will be blood. What happened to rock?…

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U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

The U2 touring juggernaut arrives in Oakland tonight for a concert experience that is nothing short of amazing. After a yearlong wait while Bono recovered from back surgery, I caught the band in May with +72,000 other people when the 360 Tour stopped in Denver….

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Tragedy Strikes SF Fire Department

Tragedy Strikes SF Fire Department

For the first time in nearly a decade, two San Francisco firefighters have died in the line of duty, fighting a two-alarm blaze last week in the city’s Diamond Heights neighborhood. 48-year-old Lieutenant Vincent Perez died shortly after being taken to San Francisco General Hospital…

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Band to watch: The Apache Relay

Band to watch: The Apache Relay

The Apache Relay’s new album, American Nomad, is the perfect selection for anyone who refuses to categorize their musical tastes by genre. It’s an amazing mix of motown, country, rock, soul, and acoustic influences that make you feel free to like whatever you please. This…

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Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

There are few (if any) things I love more than brunch. It’s the perfect way to decompress and replenish after a night of drinking and dancing. Of all the brunch spots in our beautiful city, my unparalleled favorite is Bar Tartine on Valencia. You can…

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