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POP Culture

POP Culture

Pen Pop: Remember Barteño? It’s a stylized Bart Simpson that you can see here. There are more POP culture references on the streets: from television are Dexter and DLOCS’ grape ape; a tattooed Andy Capp from the funnies; and the movies Weekend at Bernie’s and…

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Guest DJ Nights at flour + water

Guest DJ Nights at flour + water

One of the hottest restaurants in town just got a bit hotter. Flour + Water is hosting a monthly series of guest DJ nights for the next three months, kicking things off tonight with Tim Carr, 5:30pm – onwards. Carr has curated a special playlist…

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BART Shooting Protest Tonight

BART Shooting Protest Tonight

If you’re planning your evening commute, head’s up – there’s a BART protest (in response to the July 3 fatal BART police shooting of Charles Hill) scheduled for tonight inside the Civic Center BART station that may disrupt service and cause delays. The rally is…

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Calbee Store Opens in San Francisco

Calbee Store Opens in San Francisco

Calbee snacks can be fairly addicting once you start munching on them. Whether you grab sticks, snaps or veggies, they are like the Japanese version of chips, pretzels or any other snack food. Now, San Franciscans have the chance to taste the tasty treats at…

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SF Artist: Inside the Mind of William Perls

SF Artist: Inside the Mind of William Perls

At first glance William Perls’ imaginative and, at times, dark photography may not be for the faint of heart; there’s blood, there’s death, there’s smeared mascara. But, that’s not all that’s there. A foray into the San Francisco photographer’s portfolio reveals the range and depth…

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Preview: Phono del Sol Festival – Saturday, July 16th

Preview: Phono del Sol Festival – Saturday, July 16th

Phono del Sol Music and Food Festival arrives July 16 at Potrero del Sol Park in Potrero Hill. Festival co-organizer Christian “The Crusher” Cunningham let us in on the concept behind the festival and what to expect.       What inspired the creation of…

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Events: Sonoma in the City

Events: Sonoma in the City

This week, San Francisco hosts the annual wine extravaganza, Sonoma in the City, boasting–in one single location–the largest collection of Sonoma County’s world-renowned libations available anywhere. Tickets are now on-sale for the 3-day event. The main draw is tomorrow, July 12th, at the Westin St….

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CUESA to Celebrate Summer at Ferry Building

CUESA to Celebrate Summer at Ferry Building

It has already been a beautiful summer in San Francisco, with the weather finally starting to heat up. And now, the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture is throwing a summer party to celebrate. The first annual CUESA Summer Celebration will be held on…

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Vegan Meals at SF County Jails?

Vegan Meals at SF County Jails?

Add this to the granola/hippie file: Jails in San Francisco County offer vegan meals for their vegan prisoners (what’s their motto? cruelty to humans not to animals?). Make that three (vegan) hots and a cot, please! The SF Weekly reports that, “According to Eileen Hirst,…

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DJ Shadow Releases New Single

DJ Shadow Releases New Single

Bay Area production phenom DJ Shadow is back with “I’m Excited,” the first single off his new album. The track, featuring Afrikan Boy, debuted last night on UK Radio 1 (listen HERE). It will be available for purchase August 1st and Shadow’s new full-length The…

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Return of the Creature Feature

Return of the Creature Feature

Pen Pop: What is so engaging about this poster? Is it the matching pink pants and pink fox-face? The contrast in the casual pose and the flaming bottle? Or is it that this collage was taped together and put up as a one-of-a-kind picture? I…

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Small Stencils and Posters on Haight Street

Small Stencils and Posters on Haight Street

Small stencils and posters appear on a vacant wall on Haight Street. This one piece of construction plywood is a constant work in progress for artists in the neighborhood. Walk by every week and there’s always something new to see here!

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