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Golden Gate Ferry Service to Run as Scheduled

Golden Gate Ferry Service to Run as Scheduled

The Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District has announced that it will run on its regular schedule on Friday. Officials had canceled Larkspur and Sausalito ferry service in response to a threatened one-day strike by ticket agents. The Inlandboatmen Union’s contract expired at midnight…

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Page One: Inside the New York Times

Page One: Inside the New York Times

Page One: Inside the New York Times provides an unprecedented look into the inner workings of the New York Times. Rating: 3 out of 5 stars. For more than a century and a half, the New York Times has, despite its city-centered name, become the…

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Fillmore Jazz Festival Highlights

Fillmore Jazz Festival Highlights

The Fillmore rolls out the red carpet this week for its annual jazz festival, and the timing couldn’t be better. San Francisco is on the verge of jazz renaissance, and the neighborhood that once hosted legendary musicians like Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday is still…

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Hot Track: Doom and Gloom, "Jenny"

Hot Track: Doom and Gloom, "Jenny"

The story of Doom and Gloom begins with the end of a band called Castledoor.Castledoor was a five-piece indie pop band with a penchant for blues and soul, an arresting frontman (formerly of Plus One fame), and arguably some of the best fashion sense in…

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Where to Dance This Weekend

Where to Dance This Weekend

Get out your red, white, and blue to celebrate the long holiday weekend on Indepen-DANCE floors across the Bay Area. Friday, July 1 Low End Theory SF ft. TOKiMONSTA @ 103 Harriet One of the hottest new producers out, TOKiMONSTA has spent the last few months…

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Beer Review: Stone Belgo Anise Imperial Russian Stout

Beer Review: Stone Belgo Anise Imperial Russian Stout

Stone Brewing is known for making some intense beers with regards to flavor and hop bitterness. This week I came across Stone’s Belgo-Anise Imperial Russian Stout (IRS). As a big Stone fan, I was excited to see how this would turn out. Stone’s Belgo Anise…

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Macaron Shop Reopens Under New Name

Macaron Shop Reopens Under New Name

Paulette’s Macarons is no longer. The small macaron shop in Hayes Valley has been closed for the last month for renovations and has now opened under the new name, Chantal Guillon. The main difference is that the shop has now installed a kitchen of its…

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DJ Q&A : Bass Cadet

DJ Q&A : Bass Cadet

Bay Area DJ Bass Cadet received his first taste of electronic music when someone handed him a CD titled “Freak Beats for Beat Freaks” by Lorin (now better known as Bassnectar). This CD changed his musical outlook, which had then consisted of only playing lead…

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Preview: The Neighborhood With Mashpot

Preview: The Neighborhood With Mashpot

Mashpot and Audyssey’s “The Neighborhood” come together on July 6th to support the Bay Area music and arts scenes. It’s is the second official Mashpot event, which focuses on bringing together members of the arts and music scenes in a collaborative multimedia setting, and the…

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San and Escif Mural on Oak Street

San and Escif Mural on Oak Street

A new mural painted by the artists San and Escif recently went up on Scott Street at Oak. This long mural covers the wall of the Oak Fair Market and depicts a hipster carrying a tree on his back, seemingly hoisting it up into the…

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Amazon Threatens To Cut Ties With CA Affiliates

Amazon Threatens To Cut Ties With CA Affiliates

In an email sent out to its California-based affiliates, Amazon.com has said it will stop working with them after a new state law was passed that forces online retailers to collect sales tax in the state. California Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill into law…

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Delfina Pie–Nationally Ranked

Delfina Pie–Nationally Ranked

Who doesn’t like lists?  You might remember all the way back in the distant ether of 2009, GQ Magazine made a list of the country’s 25 best pizzas and SF’s own Pizzeria Delfina made it into the top 3. This week they racked up another…

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