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Obama Administration Supports Lesbian Attorney’s Case

Obama Administration Supports Lesbian Attorney’s Case

The Obama administration has come out in support of a lesbian federal employee’s lawsuit claiming that the government wrongly denied health coverage to her same-sex spouse. Karen Golinski, a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals lawyer, sued the U.S. Office of Personnel Management last year…

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A New Tourist Attraction Hits Justin Herman Plaza

A New Tourist Attraction Hits Justin Herman Plaza

If you see some people flying through the air at Justin Herman Plaza, don’t be alarmed. It’s just part of a summer partnership between the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and Ziptrek Ecotours to provide a “different experience” for tourists and residents alike. The…

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Best Albums of 2011, Mid-Year

Best Albums of 2011, Mid-Year

From electro-pop to acoustic ballads, our list of best albums from the first half of 2011 covers the musical spectrum. Matt Crawford J Mascis – Several Shades of Why The resurgence of American roots and folk music in the mainstream, with bands like Mumford and…

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Hot Track: French Horn Rebellion's Pool Party Mix

Hot Track: French Horn Rebellion's Pool Party Mix

Did someone say pool party? Yes, French Horn Rebellion did, and just in time for the holiday weekend! This Brooklyn-based electro-pop duo, made up of brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari, are at it again with an hour-long mix filled with disco beats and that light…

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Blonde Redhead: Why do good bands do terrible things?

Blonde Redhead: Why do good bands do terrible things?

Blonde Redhead are doing a handful of Bay Area dates this week while in the midst of a world tour to support their latest release, Penny Sparkle, and what better way to celebrate this country’s independence than a sold-out show last night at The Independent?!…

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Food Fest to Invade San Mateo

Food Fest to Invade San Mateo

Over 24 Bay Area food trucks are taking their act to the San Mateo Events Center on Friday night, part of the Moveable Feast, San Mateo’s first food truck festival. Moveable Feast began in San Jose as part of a local fair, showcasing products and…

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Introducing TopDIsh

Introducing TopDIsh

Almost every time I want to try a new restaurant, I hit the web and start to surf. A few googles later, I’m emotionally drained, cranky, and hungry. The amount of information for urban diners (especially in a delicious city like SF) is just ridiculous….

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Friday: eat my shorts!

Friday: eat my shorts!

Pen Pop: This is a story about El Barto: Bart does graffiti. Bart is graffiti. Bart gets red-eyed. Bart likes to skateboard. Bart leans on a wall and smokes. Bart is appropriated. Bart does daredevil tricks. Bart drinks too much and barfs. Check out all…

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Summer Obsession: White Arrows

Summer Obsession: White Arrows

This psychedelic electronic group from LA has a sound similar to Beach House and Panda Bear, and it’s officially a summer obsession. Check out this RAC (yes, more love for RAC) remix of “Coming or Going,” off the group’s latest self-titled EP. We’re digging the…

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Hip Hop Food Pyramid

Hip Hop Food Pyramid

Now this is just silly. But, I have to admit, a wee bit witty as well. Taking on the USDA’s new nutritional guide dubbed “My Plate”, the folks over at MTV brought back the old school food pyramid using the monikers of familiar hip hop…

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Central Haight Graffiti

Central Haight Graffiti

A few graffiti pieces hang on the wall at the corner of Central and Haight Streets. A Bob Marley tribute mural urges the viewer to nourish their soul. A poster image of a figure covering head with hands is pasted above the graffiti display. Around…

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Transit Changes Go Into Effect

Transit Changes Go Into Effect

As the fiscal year begins on Friday, some commuters will be paying more for fares and to cross bridges. San Francisco Muni is raising prices for monthly bus passes by $2 for adults and $1 for seniors, youth and the disabled. Cable car fares are…

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