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Event: A Bacchanal at SFMOMA

Event: A Bacchanal at SFMOMA

SFMOMA is hosting a bacchanal tonight. Well, at least something along those lines. To celebrate their exhibit “How Wine Became Modern” (closing April 17th), the museum is hosting a wine-themed party. There’ll be wine, food, art and a literary event to follow with Pop-Up Magazine….

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Q&A: Pam the Funkstress

Q&A: Pam the Funkstress

Pam the Funkstress started DJ’ing in 1988 and later became part of legendary Bay Area hip hop group The Coup. DJ’ing solo, she can be found rocking Bay Area clubs with non-pretentious DJ sets laced with 90s hip-hop classics. She spoke with SF Station in…

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United States Becomes World’s Largest Wine-Consuming Nation

United States Becomes World’s Largest Wine-Consuming Nation

The United States passed France as the world’s largest wine-consuming nation in 2010, with shipments to the U.S. totaling nearly 330 million cases. According to Woodside-based wine consultants Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates, the estimated retail value of these sales was $30 billion. The Gomberg-Fredrikson Report…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Before your drowned yourself in green beer and buckets of Jameson, take a moment for reflection with our awesome photo galleries from the past week — Simian Mobile Disco, Fetish Ball, 80s Prom party, and more. Click on the image to see the full gallery….

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Radiation Plume Comes to California

Radiation Plume Comes to California

While our thoughts go out to the survivors of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami who are still suffering and are now faced with the fallout of the developing nuclear disaster, many here in California cannot help but also fear the potential risks to us on…

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Album Stream: The Strokes, “Angles”

Album Stream: The Strokes, “Angles”

10 years after dropping the nearly flawless (in this humble blogger’s opinion) Is This It, former kings of the New York garage rock revival The Strokes are back with Angles, their 4th studio album and the first anyone’s heard from them since 2006. First single…

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Defining a Hipster

Defining a Hipster

What exactly is a hipster? Are they defined by where they live in the city (Mission, Lower Haight, the ‘Loin)? By how they dress and look (skin-tight jeans, thrift store finds, dirty, greasy hair)? Or their behavior (smoking, drinking PBR, hanging out in the middle…

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Ebikes = A New Transportation Trend in SF?

Ebikes = A New Transportation Trend in SF?

While many residents in SF do try to be as environmentally-conscious as they can it’s been difficult to get drivers to give up their cars. After all, Muni is a hot mess and just the thought of huffing on a bike up the steep hills…

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Nate Dogg Remembered

Nate Dogg Remembered

It’s a sad day for hip-hop fans and those of use who came of age during the birth of the G Funk Era, when rappers like Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Warren G were on top, and if it was a hit, more often then not…

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Nopa

Nopa

Looking for a late-night snack? Or perhaps a comforting dinner after a long evening shift? Or maybe you just like dining European-style? Nopa is the place for you. Located in the Western Addition (NOPA) and open until 1:00am seven days a week, Nopa is the…

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Pazzia

Pazzia

People have been telling me some really good things about Pazzia – a pizzeria over in the SOMA. From what I heard this place is like a true Italian family-style dinner. “Great wine and loud conversations” was the exact quote described to me by an…

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Preview: Road2Ultra

Preview: Road2Ultra

As a third of electronic music superstar group Rabbit in the Moon since the early 90s, David Christophere is well known throughout the club scene. While the group may not be performing together any longer, he’s still heating up dancefloors across the world with killer…

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