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Podcast: Scuba vs SCB

Podcast: Scuba vs SCB

This Friday As You Like It joins Public Works to offer the best of feel-good, electronic dance music. One such act is Paul Rose, who goes by the monikers Scuba and—his recent, more techno-oriented alias—SCB, and is well-known in the post-dubstep scene as the label…

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DJ Q&A: Nacho Lovers

DJ Q&A: Nacho Lovers

Toronto electronic duo Nacho Lovers are at the forefront of music production trends as they bend genres to create unique dance hits through the Fools Gold label. They recently released a new remix and will be playing Obey the Kitty in SF this Wednesday at…

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Little Bits Across the City

Little Bits Across the City

PENPOP: Many interesting pieces fly under the radar for years because of their size. Which is lucky for us – there’s a sense of discovery in sighting these small drawings on rusted grates, locks, and pipes: PsyFi at Ocean Beach; Oddfellow in the Mission; Plant…

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San Francisco Looks at Increasing Cab Rates

San Francisco Looks at Increasing Cab Rates

If you’re taking a taxi in San Francisco, the prices could be going up, way up in the near future. While all the details are still being worked out, the San Francisco Examiner reports that early recommendations from the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency include…

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‘Soup Nazi’ Set to Open First Shop in San Francisco

‘Soup Nazi’ Set to Open First Shop in San Francisco

Millions of people remember the character from Seinfeld, the famed “Soup Nazi.” But Al Yeganeh, the legendary SoupMan, is actually a real person and has a real soup shop in New York. And now, he’s coming to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Yeganeh’s first West…

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Millennium to Host 1st Sparkling Wine Dinner

Millennium to Host 1st Sparkling Wine Dinner

San Francisco’s vegan/vegetarian stalwart Millennium is celebrating the start of the warm spring weather (at least we hope if gets warm) with its first-ever Sparkling Wine Dinner. Millennium’s Wine Director Chris Tavelli is partnering with Farm Wine Imports and chef Eric Tucker for a five…

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Sam’s ChowderMobile: Bringing Northeast Flavor to the West Coast

Sam’s ChowderMobile: Bringing Northeast Flavor to the West Coast

Being that the freshest, most delicious lobsters on the planet come from the faraway reaches of Maine, it usually isn’t the most sensible cuisine to order in the Bay Area. Yet I love this cravenly crustacean with all my heart and just can’t bring myself…

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70 California State Parks to Close

70 California State Parks to Close

California State Parks has announced that they will be closing about a quarter of state parks due to budget cuts. Service reductions are scheduled to begin in September with full closures coming next July. “We regret closing any park,” Ruth Coleman, director of California State…

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Q&A: Aimée Argote of Des Ark

Q&A: Aimée Argote of Des Ark

Aimée Argote, the genius behind the band Des Ark, has spent the better part of the last ten years working through a rotating cast of drummers and guitarists, learning the beauty of simplicity, building a cabin in the woods, living a “fucked up hobo life,”,…

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$2 Drinks With DJ Kool Karlo

$2 Drinks With DJ Kool Karlo

One of San Francisco’s dance club kings, DJ Kool Karlo spins records as both the leader of party crew Damn Gina! as well as solo nearly six nights a week, blowing crowds away from the Marina to Berkeley with his diverse music background and knowledge….

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Review: Kitsuné Maison Compilation 11

Review: Kitsuné Maison Compilation 11

As many of you may know, the French have a stronghold on the electro-house and electropop scenes; so we can’t help but be excited with Kitsuné Maison 11 – The Indie Dance Issue set to release this Monday. With the current trend in EDM toward…

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Unruly Passenger Remains in Custody in SF

Unruly Passenger Remains in Custody in SF

A federal judge has ordered a Yemeni native, who is accused of trying to barge into the cockpit of a San Francisco-bound American Airlines flight, to remain in custody. U.S. District Judge James Larson held a hearing on Friday to reconsider a defense request to…

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