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Privacy Concerns Over Apple Devices

Privacy Concerns Over Apple Devices

Privacy watchdog groups and consumers are making their concerns known about Apple iPhones and iPads, which are collecting location data about their users. A report at a recent technology conference in Santa Clara raised questions about how much privacy consumers surrender by carrying around a…

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Album Review: Daedelus – Bespoke

Album Review: Daedelus – Bespoke

This year’s release from Alfred Darlington as Daedelus proves to be a solid danceable pop production from the likes of this daredevil in the LA beat scene, with a sonic palette featuring a range of styles in instrumentation and a variety of vocalists. Bespoke appropriately…

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Beer Review: Ballast Point Sea Monster Imperial Stout

Beer Review: Ballast Point Sea Monster Imperial Stout

Ballast Point’s imperial stout isn’t too heavy despite its full body. The hops in this one are mild in comparison to the other flavors present, which makes it great for those who prefer double/imperial brews that don’t come on too strong. This stout pours with…

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Review: Cypress Hill at The Warfield

Review: Cypress Hill at The Warfield

The smoke machines were on at the Cypress Hill 4/20 show last night — and by smoke machines we mean the blunted fans who showed up en masse at The Warfield. I didn’t take long to figure out what kind of night it would be…

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SF Street Art: Cunningham Place

SF Street Art: Cunningham Place

Fantastic mural at Cunningham Place, a small, quiet alley by Mission Playground. This woman holds the whole city in her hands. I feel comforted just looking at her!

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Smitten Ice Cream Opens in Hayes Valley

Smitten Ice Cream Opens in Hayes Valley

After several delays, San Francisco’s burgeoning ice cream scene has a new, fresh face with the opening of Smitten Ice Cream, the first business to open at the Hayes Valley Proxy Project. We took a look at Smitten late last month and at that time,…

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Fifth Floor – Get a burger, bourbon & beer for $25

Fifth Floor – Get a burger, bourbon & beer for $25

Despite the recent popularity of Meatless Mondays, San Francisco is still a burger lovers dream. In the past five years I have tried no less than 150 burgers in our mini urban sprawl. Put a slab of meat between any type of carbohydrate and I am…

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The Return of Chicken John and the NIMBYs

The Return of Chicken John and the NIMBYs

Rabble-rouser Chicken John is at it again and this time non-profit La Cocina is caught in his crosshairs. The organization, based on Folsom Street in the Mission, serves as an incubator for mom-and-pop food start-ups. And now they want to open a food trailer in…

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New Video: Snoop Dogg x Willie Nelson

New Video: Snoop Dogg x Willie Nelson

This might seem like an odd combination to some because of opposite musical tastes, but Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson have more in common than most might think. Both are incredible musicians who have been at the game for decades and both really love to…

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Two for Twenty at Tai Chi

Two for Twenty at Tai Chi

The dinner special for two is a highlight at Tai Chi (2031 Polk Street). For merely $14 a head, you and a friend–or date–can enjoy a cornucopia of Chinese flavors guaranteed to satisfy even the fiercest of munchies. What impressed me most about my recent…

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Brian Wilson x Cody Ross x Keenan = Awesome

Brian Wilson x Cody Ross x Keenan = Awesome

SF Giants stars Brian Wilson and Cody Ross teamed up with Keenan Cahill for a video remake of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite.” This song just got ten times better. Charlie Sheen said it best: Winning! Catch the giants back at AT&T Park starting Friday when they…

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President Obama in SF for 4/20

President Obama in SF for 4/20

What better place to be in the country kicking off your next Presidential election than San Francisco on 4/20? What I want to know is which hapless staffer decided to kick off President Obama’s 2012 campaign on this day of all days in a town…

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