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Slow Food on Film Presents: “Lunch Line” Film Screening and Reception

Slow Food on Film Presents: “Lunch Line” Film Screening and Reception

Join Slow Food San Francisco and Applegate Farms for a screening of the new Uji Films documentary, Lunch Line on Thursday, September 22nd at the Presidio Theater. The film goes into the history of the National School Lunch Program, which provides low-cost or free school…

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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 dance-filled three day Labor Day weekend. Thursday, September 1   Mos Def @ The Independent Hip hop legend Mos Def brings his diverse and always entertaining sound to a faithful…

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

“Baseball Mary” appears on Showtime’s “The Franchise,” a new restaurant opens on Geary and a website offers a historical photo tour of San Francisco. That’s all part of this past week in the Richmond according to the Richmond SF blog. Website offers photo tour of…

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Wing Wednesdays at Sneaky BBQ

Wing Wednesdays at Sneaky BBQ

We’ve told you all about Meatball Mondays at A16, and Taco Tuesdays have long been something of a national pastime. Now brace yourself for Wing Wednesdays at Sneaky BBQ (1760 Market Street) in Hayes Valley. A southern-infused pop-up restaurant slinging Carolina-style pulled pork and spicy…

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Giants Move To Save The Season

Giants Move To Save The Season

As the Giants sink further and further behind, in what, up until a few days ago, was a tight race for the Western Division, Sabean made a major move to save the 2011 season. Bold moves: SF Giants dump Aaron Rowand, Miguel Tejada The Tejada…

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Happy Times Are Here Again

Happy Times Are Here Again

If you’re in search of some of the city’s best happy hours, look no further than Uva Enoteca (568 Haight Street) in the Lower Haight. This inventive Italian eatery features a flavorful menu highlighted by thin-crust pizzas and finely-cured, locally-crafted meats. In an area of…

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Brunch Tour: Boozy Brunch at 15 Romolo

Brunch Tour: Boozy Brunch at 15 Romolo

15 Romolo in North Beach is known for serving up wonderfully artisanal cocktails mixing the freshest ingredients with an assortment of alcohol that will sometimes make your head spin walking down Romolo Place onto Broadway. Now, if you enjoy drinking your meal, the bar is…

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How Much for that Famous House?

How Much for that Famous House?

Just because a San Francisco house is famous, doesn’t mean the folks who live in it are. The city is known for some eye-catching homes, all with a steep asking price. For those of us struggling to find one bedroom deals, there are others who…

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Oakland Art Murmur

Oakland Art Murmur

First Fridays in Oakland are an easy way to catch up on a lot of art in a little bit of time. Galleries are open to the public from 6-9pm along 22nd to 26th street while other shops and venues along the way join in…

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Dumplings and Buns – Asian Comfort Food

Dumplings and Buns – Asian Comfort Food

When I think of Asian comfort food, I think of a nice bowl of ramen or some dim sum with dumplings and buns. Hence the idea behind Dumplings and Buns, which opened this week on California at Fillmore. Owner May Lee had the vision of…

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Video: The Drums, "What You Were"

Video: The Drums, "What You Were"

The Drums’ sophomore effort Portamento drops next Tuesday, September 6 on Frenchkiss Records. In preparation the band has launched the Visiomento Sessions after the UK’s CCTV network, ostensibly a comment on voyeurism and (lack of) privacy in the modern world. Or just a way to…

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Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema

Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema

Head out to Bernal Heights to watch free films by local filmmakers at the 7th annual Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema Festival, starting Wednesday and continuing through the weekend. The five day festival includes films, live music, receptions, after-parties, meet and greets, and more. Some highlights…

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