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SF Zine Fest Arrives This Weekend

SF Zine Fest Arrives This Weekend

SF Zine Fest kicks off this weekend with two full days of small-press publishers from across the United States bringing their best zines, comics, art books and more to the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park. This year’s annual celebration of creativity…

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Former Giants Employee Accused of Embezzlement

Former Giants Employee Accused of Embezzlement

As if the San Francisco Giants second half struggles weren’t enough, a former team payroll manager is now due in court at the end of the month to face accusations that she embezzled more than $1.5 million from the team. 41-year-old Robin O’Connor has been…

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Album Review: Alias 'Fever Dream'

Album Review: Alias 'Fever Dream'

Anticon labelhead, Brendon Whitney, aka Alias, has stirred up attention with his fifth full length, Fever Dream. Whereas his last LP, Resurgam, featured more guest vocalists with melodies taking the spotlight, Fever Dream explores more atmospheric territories while serving as a reminder of his excellent…

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Tacolicious Two Heads to the Mission

Tacolicious Two Heads to the Mission

In just a few short months, Tacolicious (2031 Chestnut Street), the Marina’s Mexican hotspot, will open the doors to its newest location on 741 Valencia Street in the Mission. The popular eatery’s second home has been in the works since earlier in the year and…

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Preview: Drop Apollo EP Release Party

Preview: Drop Apollo EP Release Party

Local quintet Drop Apollo are about to drop the New King EP — catch them this Saturday for the release party at Red Devil Lounge. Drop Apollo live somewhere on the border of funk, soul and rock with a really tight, danceable groove. And somehow…

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Beer Review: Stone/Baird Brewing Japanese Green Tea IPA

Beer Review: Stone/Baird Brewing Japanese Green Tea IPA

This week I decided to keep going with the collaboration ales. There seem to be many interesting varieties out there, and one of them that struck me in particular is Stone and Baird Brewing’s Japanese Green Tea IPA (yes, back to the IPAs, too). From…

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Street Style Vol. 45

Street Style Vol. 45

These girls love wild patterns and vibrant colors! Check out how other people experiment with color in Street Style vol. 45.

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Opening: Park Tavern Debuts in North Beach

Opening: Park Tavern Debuts in North Beach

Look out North Beach, you have a brand new restaurant set to shake up the neighborhood! Introducing Park Tavern, the sister restaurant to Marlowe, set to open on Thursday night. Restaurateur Anna Weinberg and chef-partner Jennifer Puccio have completely overhauled the former Moose’s/Joey and Eddie’s…

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Take an Art Break on Friday

Take an Art Break on Friday

Take a break and get creative this Friday at Art Break Day 2011. Booths will be set up in downtown areas of San Francisco, San Rafael, Richmond, Berkeley and Oakland with free access to art supplies. All are skill levels welcome, it doesn’t matter whether…

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Go Fish

Go Fish

Watch your bobble wobble and see your bait’s fate as you go fishing, license-free this Saturday, Sept. 3. Celebrate the end of summer with the second of two annual free fishing days in San Francisco. You’ll need to find your own equipment, but keep the…

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Prosecutors Drop Additional Charges Against Barry Bonds

Prosecutors Drop Additional Charges Against Barry Bonds

Federal prosecutors have dropped three perjury counts against Barry Bonds. The former San Francisco Giants slugger was convicted of a fourth count, obstruction of justice, earlier this year. He is expected to be sentenced on that charge in December. A jury deadlocked on the three…

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Photos: Dam Funk @ The New Parish

Photos: Dam Funk @ The New Parish

Dam Funk made his Oakland debut at The New Parish last night and took the the crowd to “funk school.” What started with what Dam called a “family” gathering quickly jumped off into a full-on funk dance party. Backed by Master Blazter (J-1 on funky…

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