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The Hidden Story Behind Food Trucks

The Hidden Story Behind Food Trucks

The food truck phenomenon has been widespread, hitting most major cities across the United States by storm. Many have developed regulations for the industry, noting the growing nature of the beast. But have you ever wondered about the back story of these foodie havens? That’s…

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Preview: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Preview: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Looking for something to do tonight? Seattle folksters The Head and the Heart are rolling through to turn Bottom of the Hill into a campfire singalong. Well, more singing than fire. Make sure you know the words — check out the official video for “Lost…

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Veteran Cop Named New SF Police Chief

Veteran Cop Named New SF Police Chief

After weeks of lengthy deliberation, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has chosen his man to head the San Francisco Police Department. 52-year-old Captain Greg Suhr, a 30-year veteran of the force, will fill the position. He replaces Jeff Godown, who has been acting chief since…

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Mitchell and Manley Play The Hemlock This Thursday

Mitchell and Manley Play The Hemlock This Thursday

I love me a supergroup, and with a no-fail combo like this you should too. Isaiah Mitchell from the San Diego marathon-song psych outfit Earthless and Phil Manley from Prog-rock specialists Trans Am are playing this Thursday night at The Hemlock. From what I hear,…

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Fresh Paint on Harrison & 6th

Fresh Paint on Harrison & 6th

We just caught a few bright new works (and some great existing pieces) across the street from 1AM Gallery off Harrison & 6th Street. It’s likely that some of these works were produced in association with 1AM, and might even be one way they’re promoting…

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San Francisco Free Street Festival Guide

San Francisco Free Street Festival Guide

The spring and summer months in San Francisco are all about dancing in the street. Whether you’re looking to Samba in your feathers in the Mission or wear flowers in your hair in the Haight, it’s time to play outside. May 28th and 29th: San…

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Local Farmer Wins Environmental Award

Local Farmer Wins Environmental Award

The National Resources Defense Council has announced the 2011 winners of its annual sustainable food and agriculture awards and it includes a local grower from Santa Cruz. Jim Cochran of Swanton Berry Farms in Santa Cruz was named the $10,000 award recipient in the Food…

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SFNY Yacht Club Memorial Day Party

SFNY Yacht Club Memorial Day Party

It’s springtime, and with sunshine comes the influx of boat parties. This Memorial Day weekend, get ready for a party where SF meets NY on a yacht for an evening of hip-hop, funk, soul, and more. On May 29th, board the Fume Blanc Commodore Yacht,…

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Judge Sides with Players, Ends NFL Lockout

Judge Sides with Players, Ends NFL Lockout

A federal judge has sided with NFL players and granted their request for a preliminary injunction to lift the lockout. U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson issued her ruling on Monday, giving the players an early victory in their fight with NFL owners over a…

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Atelier Crenn – Nature and Creativity on a Plate

Atelier Crenn – Nature and Creativity on a Plate

Walking down Fillmore St, you could easily miss the nondescript space occupied by newcomer Atelier Crenn, from Michelin star chef Dominique Crenn. Natural-colored curtains keep the dining area hidden, providing patrons a bit of privacy and tempting outsiders with subtle mystery. Enter and you immediately…

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Bar Tartine Closed This Week

Bar Tartine Closed This Week

As reported on its website, Bar Tartine will be closed this week until brunch service on Saturday, April 30. Eater SF reports that the closure is part of an overall revamping at the restaurant, where Chef Nick Balla took over the reins earlier this year….

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Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

San Francisco’s Ocean Beach is normally a laid back spot at the end of Golden Gate Park where tourists and residents can lay out, build a bonfire or just enjoy the natural beauty of the area. But come November, the world’s best surfers will be…

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