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Live Review: James Blake at the Fillmore

Live Review: James Blake at the Fillmore

Wednesday night the remarkably gifted James Blake descended upon the Fillmore to deliver one of the best live sets I’ve seen this year.

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Waffles and Waffle Smoothies

Waffles and Waffle Smoothies

For years I’ve thought of buying a good waffle maker, one that rotates to make proper Belgian waffles. Now, after discovering this new Belgian waffle shop, I don’t have to.

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Treasure Island: Not Just For Pirates

Treasure Island: Not Just For Pirates

As a new resident in the Bay Area, whenever someone mentions Treasure Island I laugh. This must be a San Fran joke I’m not yet privy to. Treasure Island is a place for pirates, or at least where they go looking for gold. Or something….

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Having a Ball at Cocktail Week

Having a Ball at Cocktail Week

It’s been an incredible week for mixology thus far, but the biggest event of them all is still ahead: The Legends Awards dinner and ceremony takes place tonight from 6:30 – 10PM at the Sir Francis Drake Ballroom (450 Powell Street) and there’s still a…

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Album Stream: Big Troubles “Romantic Comedy”

Album Stream: Big Troubles “Romantic Comedy”

One of the best new shoegaze dream pop acts of 2010, Big Troubles, was discovered by Matt Mondanile of Real Estate & Ducktails. Their killer home-recorded debut “Worry,” released on Old English Spelling Bee, is an ethereal and balmy aural experience that bathes the listener…

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Facebook Changes: Yay or Nay?

Facebook Changes: Yay or Nay?

A company that has never been afraid of change, Facebook introduced some fairly dramatic features to its website this week with more to come, leaving millions of users a bit perplexed.

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Fleur de Lys

Fleur de Lys

Every year for our birthdays, my boyfriend and I take turns treating each other to one of the amazing restaurants in the City by the Bay. It’s always a surprise, and this year my only clue was “the chef’s famous.”It wasn’t until we pulled up…

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Meg Whitman in Charge Again, This Time at HP

Meg Whitman in Charge Again, This Time at HP

The rumors turned to fact on Thursday as Silicon Valley giant Hewlett Packard let go of Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker, replacing him with former eBay boss and Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman.

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Mission District News

Mission District News

Mission District schools scramble to vaccinate students, a look at dining habits at Mission start-ups and the city puts the kabosh on free produce handouts.

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Blues Beats and Festival Treats

Blues Beats and Festival Treats

This weekend, blues is the news.  Between the Polk Street Blues Festival and the arrival of Mr. B.B. King, get you fix of flat and bent notes.

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Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

A very humbled Justin Vernon, known to us as Bon Iver (pronounced bohn eevair; French for “good winter”) dazzled a sold out crowd at Berkeley’s Greek Theater last night. “We are very lucky,” Vernon told the crowd as he tried to explain the magnitude of…

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Infused Alcohol Now Legal in California

Infused Alcohol Now Legal in California

Cocktail purveyors and mixologists all around the Bay Area rejoiced this week after California Governor Jerry Brown signed a senate bill lifting a ban on infused alcoholic beverages.

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