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Last Call: “The City We Love” at 941 Geary

Last Call: “The City We Love” at 941 Geary

In case it slipped under your radar, Justin Giarla and local graff artist APEX co-curated an awesome, large-scale group show at 941 Geary affectionately-titled The City We Love. Although the opening reception was on August 13th, you still have one more week to catch some…

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SF Street Food Fest MVP: Il Cane Rosso

SF Street Food Fest MVP: Il Cane Rosso

As you already know, the SF Street Food Festival last weekend kicked some serious ass. But if you missed it, fret not: some of the best flavors are available all-year round in our fantastic culinary mecca. My personal favorite–Il Cane Rosso–is open seven days a…

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Video: The City and Horses, "We Will Never Be Discovered"

Video: The City and Horses, "We Will Never Be Discovered"

Here’s your WTF video of the day: New York indie pop sextet The City and Horses get all shades of whimsical for “We Will Never Be Discovered”…orange shades, that is. The track is from their sophomore effort of the same name, due out September 27…

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Valencia Evening Fair

Valencia Evening Fair

Enjoy an evening of art, merriment and music this Friday at the Valencia Evening Fair. Participating businesses will keep their doors open late for evening shopping. Take advantage of special discounts while enjoying drinks, local music and art. Try on some sneakers at Shoe Biz,…

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Movie Review: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Movie Review: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

For filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, remaking Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was something of an obsession. He purchased remake rights more than a decade ago and co-wrote the first draft in 1998 with Matthew Robbins. Del Toro smartly expands on the limited original (it…

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Fresh and Easy Opens in Bayview-Hunters Point

Fresh and Easy Opens in Bayview-Hunters Point

For the first time in more than 20 years, the Bayview-Hunters Point District has a new neighborhood grocery to get groceries and food. San Francisco’s second Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market is now open on 3rd Street and Carroll Avenue, the first grocery store to…

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Mission District News

Mission District News

The big story in the Mission this past week has been the big story in San Francisco over the last few weeks: BART, protests and plenty of upset people. But there was plenty of other news in the Mission this week courtesy of Mission Local….

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

While everyone’s away in the playa, the Bay Area will still party hard with a lengthy list of solid dance events for your weekend including Kreayshawn’s afterparty, a one-of-a-kind Blow Up Forever night at The Factory, and a steamy R&B dance night on Sunday! Thursday,…

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Beer Review: Abita Andygator Helles Doppelbock

Beer Review: Abita Andygator Helles Doppelbock

I often find myself drinking lots of IPAs or variations of IPAs, or just strong ales, since craft brewers tend to have lots of fun with those . This week I got a craving for European hops, German hops specifically, and decided upon a bottle…

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North Beach Shopping Guide: Grant Avenue

North Beach Shopping Guide: Grant Avenue

Despite its rich history, locals often choose to avoid the hustle and bustle of North Beach except when entertaining visitors, or yearning for Italian food, strip clubs, or crowded bars. But San Franciscans shouldn’t forget the neighborhood’s bohemian past, much of which still lives on…

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Video: Lia Ices "Love Is Won"

Video: Lia Ices "Love Is Won"

If you have yet to be won over by the stark, simple and sublime beauty of Lia Ices, here is your chance. Have a look at the video for “Love Is Won” off of her sophomore release Grown Unknown (Jagjaguwar). Born and raised in Connecticut…

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Escape a Quake? What’s the Fate?

Escape a Quake? What’s the Fate?

With high magnitude earthquakes shaking up the East Coast, folks west of the Rockies are wondering when the next quake will strike the Bay Area.  Here in the West Coast, we sit, stand, walk and ride along an active fault line.  Many seismic events over…

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