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Q&A: The Grouch

Q&A: The Grouch

Five years after their first collaborative album, Heroes in the City of Dope, Zion I and The Grouch are back at it with a sequel, Heroes in the Healing of the Nation. The Grouch spoke with us about the project and poking fun at artsy…

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Japan Earthquake Could Severely Affect Local Eateries

Japan Earthquake Could Severely Affect Local Eateries

Last week’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan have caused widespread damage in the country and officials have already placed the death toll in the thousands. And while the country slowly begins to try to recover, many restaurants here in the Bay Area could also…

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New Video and Album: Maniac

New Video and Album: Maniac

The indie pop duo Maniac released their newest album Mania (on vinyl) today and to compliment their music the band also unveiled an unconventional music video for the single “3 Kings Day.” Co-frontmen Shawn Harris and Jake Grigg recorded the video on two separate continents….

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SF Zoo Welcomes Newest Resident

SF Zoo Welcomes Newest Resident

Visitors to the San Francisco Zoo will have an opportunity to see the latest bundle of joy: a new baby koala. Zoo officials said the still unnamed koala was actually born in July. “When she’s no longer nursing, that’s when the mom decides, it’s time…

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Video: cirKus “Bells”

Video: cirKus “Bells”

There is just no stopping the Swedes when it comes producing electronic-pop jams (see Miike Snow and Lykke Li for just two of the many examples. Now meet cirKus, fronted by singer Cameron McVey, who cut his teeth working with groups like Massive Attack, Portishead,…

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Live Review: Lia Ices @ GAMH

Live Review: Lia Ices @ GAMH

Lia Ices latest release Grown Unknown is as much an ode to space as it is to sonic texture. It is a bold technique and one that could easily leave the listener bored and wandering if attempted incorrectly. Fortunately for all, the album is far…

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Special Treats for St. Patrick’s Day

Special Treats for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patty’s Day is just around the corner (Thursday, March 17th) and beer is not the only indulgence on tap. The Irish-inspired holiday is also a great time to bite into some special treats whipped up just for the occasion. Besides, you’ll need something to…

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Homelessness = SF’s Biggest Problem?

Homelessness = SF’s Biggest Problem?

The City Insider reports that San Francisco residents have rated homelessness as the city’s biggest problem. Really? I would have thought it was crime – you know, with the over dozen murders we’ve had this year alone along with the numerous reports of theft and…

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Oakland Eats

Oakland Eats

Oakland sits a mere twelve miles from San Francisco yet you would think a desert, glacier or an ocean (okay there is the Bay) separates San Francisco residents from the neighboring city. It is high time to expand beyond the comfort zone of our forty-nine…

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Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

The Pains of Being Pure are Heart’s new album is available to stream free before it’s March 29th release. The band is gearing up for a string of dates at SXSW before it heads on a national tour that stops in San Francisco on April…

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Eating out for Japan

Eating out for Japan

A pair of Japanese restaurants in San Francisco are being proactive following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Eater SF reports that Ichi Sushi will donate a portion of Friday’s sales to the disaster relief efforts in Japan. They will also be accepting cash…

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Mission Minis

Mission Minis

Looking for a treat to start your weekend that won’t leave you feeling guilty? Try Mission Minis, bite-size cupcakes in flavors that will surely sweeten up your day! Blueberries & Cream, Vegan Banana Maple, Meyer Lemon Creme, Cinnamon Horchata– just some of the many delectable…

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