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Eaters’ Choice Awards Benefiting the SF and Marin Food Banks

Eaters’ Choice Awards Benefiting the SF and Marin Food Banks

There is no doubt that the San Francisco street food scene is booming.  Many of our beloved trucks have been featured on local news shows and even the Food Network, so let’s put this craze to good use…

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Galleries: Ferris Plock, Mask-Making & More

Galleries: Ferris Plock, Mask-Making & More

This weekend’s gallery rounds start with new shows at Satellite 66 and the Shooting Gallery, and finish with a craftastic workshop at the Exploratorium. 

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Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area this Week

Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area this Week

Happy Monday, San Francisco! It’s time to celebrate the new week with a mixtape featuring artists that are in town for the next few days. This Monday Mix includes tracks from Neon Trees, TV On the Radio and Dominant Legs.

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Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

If you’re looking to change up your routine eating habits, instead of simply swapping recipes with friends, swap entire books full of new cooking ideas. There is actually an event dedicated to foodies seeking new eats. It’s called a Cookbook Swap and Drive, and it’s…

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Rosh Hashanah Dinner with the Old World Food Truck

Rosh Hashanah Dinner with the Old World Food Truck

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. In Hebrew, it means “head of the year.” But it doesn’t happen on January 1st; Rosh Hashanah is on the 1st of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, which falls on the evening of September 28th this year, when…

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Preview: Nurses at Café du Nord

Preview: Nurses at Café du Nord

Nurses are bringing their blend of blissed-out psychedelic pop to Café du Nord in celebration of the release of their new album, Dracula (Dead Oceans). This a show for fans of low-fidelity recordings, jacked-up dance beats, hooky pop and Prince.

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Eat Real 2011 – Through a First Timer’s Eyes

Eat Real 2011 – Through a First Timer’s Eyes

Eat Real 2011.  Boy, it was good to me. Coming from San Francisco and being spoiled with all the Off the Grids in the City and the SF Street Food Festival, I thought I had seen it all.  Boy, was I wrong.

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Album Review: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, "Hysterical"

Album Review: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, "Hysterical"

OK, there’s no use burying the lede: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have written a fantastic Killers record. The 12 tracks on Hysterical are a blur, with nothing to grasp onto and little to find memorable.

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President Obama Returns to the Bay Area

President Obama Returns to the Bay Area

President Barack Obama is back in the Bay Area, arriving at Moffett Field in Mountain View on Sunday night. Included on the president’s schedule were a series of fundraisers and a town hall meeting at LinkedIn on Monday.

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Becoming Indoctrinated, One Farmer’s Market At A Time

Becoming Indoctrinated, One Farmer’s Market At A Time

Before moving here, my San Fran friends bragged endlessly about the plethora of excellent farmer’s markets the city has to offer. I love avocados as much as the next person but sometimes talking about produce gets a little old. However, after stumbling upon Mission Community…

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Theater: SORYA!, Night School & Stripped Stories

Theater: SORYA!, Night School & Stripped Stories

This week dinner is served with dance at YBCA, a new play takes the stage at NOHspace, and the gloves (and everything else!) come off at Punchline. 

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Photos: LovEvolution at Oakland Coliseum

Photos: LovEvolution at Oakland Coliseum

After a year hiatus, LovEvolution returned with a new look yesterday at Oakland Coliseum. Our photographer was there to catch all of the action.

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