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Valentines Day February 14th Guide
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Celebrate A Fortnight of Fine-Dining

Celebrate A Fortnight of Fine-Dining

San Francisco’s ever-popular biannual event, Dine About Town jumped off to an exciting start on June 1st and will continue for two full weeks. During that time, participating restaurants throughout the city will be offering 2-course lunches for $17.95 and 3-course dinners for $34.95. Oh,…

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New Video: Kanye West "Monster"

New Video: Kanye West "Monster"

Get ready for a WTF moment. After early footage leaked months ago and caused a stir on the Internet, the final cut for Kanye West’s “Monster” video is finally out. Never one to shy from an opportunity for controversy, Yeezy is back at it with…

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Hot Track: The Ross Sea Party, "Broken Arrows"

Hot Track: The Ross Sea Party, "Broken Arrows"

LA indie rock quintet The Ross Sea Party passed thru the Haight last week on the tail end of their West Coast tour, taking the middle slot at Milk Bar and managing to grab the attention of the Thursday-is-the-new-Friday crowd. They opened with the driving…

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Fri: Too Many Hearts, Not Enough Love

Fri: Too Many Hearts, Not Enough Love

Pen Pop: How could one deny that darling eye? A love-lorn shark pops the question at the terminus of the N-Judah. And at once hearts pop up around the city. A red one atop a hydrant, a pierced one on a mailbox, a yellow yarn…

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SF Mayor Ed Lee Pitches Balanced Budget

SF Mayor Ed Lee Pitches Balanced Budget

With a goal of keeping San Francisco “safe, solvent and successful,” Mayor Ed Lee has released his proposed budget for the next fiscal year, which he said closes the city’s $306 million deficit. The $6.83 billion budget is now in the hands of the San…

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Hanging Up the Laundry

Hanging Up the Laundry

Mixing street art and household chores? This mural on Caledonia Street does both! Dresses hang on the line with appliances and even a piano. Wild West saloon-style keyboards and a dress form decorate this narrow street.

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Free Doughnuts!!

Free Doughnuts!!

Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts are celebrating National Doughnut Day on Friday by offering free samples all day long. At Dunkin’ Donuts, customers can get a free doughnut with the purchase of a beverage. No purchase is necessary at Kripsy Kreme. National Doughnut Day was…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Get ready for all the weekend’s parties with our best photos from clubs and concerts this past week. Click the image for the full gallery. Visit SF Station for more photo galleries.

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Hot Track: SBTRKT x Drake x Little Dragon

Hot Track: SBTRKT x Drake x Little Dragon

Originally, “Wildfire” is a SBTRKT song featuring Little Dragon. But thankfully, Drake (who has an album on the way) has come out of hiding to lay down an opening verse that puts this track over the top. Enjoy. SBTRKT featuring Little Dragon and Drake “Wildfire”

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Beer Review: New Belgium Mighty Arrow

Beer Review: New Belgium Mighty Arrow

Like last week, I picked up another six-pack of a seasonal, this time Mighty Arrow from New Belgium. This one is a pale ale—which is a little odd for a seasonal, though regardless it was worth it to scope this beer out. A short and…

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New Video: Kid Cudi “Marijuana”

New Video: Kid Cudi “Marijuana”

A new video from indie hip hop artist and weed-lover Kid Cudi showcases his adventures at the Cannabis Cup in 2010, as seen through the lens of Transformers actor Shia LaBeouf. Rapper Kid Cudi doesn’t hide his love for smoking cannabis. His first hit song…

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Review: Sleigh Bells at Rickshaw Stop

Review: Sleigh Bells at Rickshaw Stop

Electro-noise duo Sleigh Bells finished its run of three sold-out tour stops in San Francisco on Wednesday night with a lively set at Rickshaw Stop. That night started with Bosco Delrey, a one-man band that utilizes a guitar, synthesizer, and an MPC to create a…

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