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Report: Bill Neukom Out as Giants’ CEO

Report: Bill Neukom Out as Giants’ CEO

Many experts thought that a tough second half of the season for the San Francisco Giants would mean a shakeup for the roster. But that shakeup may start at the top of the organization. Citing multiple baseball sources, the San Jose Mercury News is reporting…

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Hot Track: James Blake "Not Long Now"

Hot Track: James Blake "Not Long Now"

Take a listen to a new song “Not Long Now” from James Blake’s forthcoming EP Enough Thunder. Dropping on October 10th, this is Blake’s second release in 2011 following his critically acclaimed self-titled debut which came out in February. A ripped version of the song leaked…

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PARK(ing) Day

PARK(ing) Day

This Friday, ordinary parking spaces turn into makeshift public parks and social spaces for PARK(ing) Day. The spaces are temporarily transformed by independent groups who adapt the project to advance local creative, social or political causes. The PARKs are unique spots with different messages and…

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Downtown Celebrates 30 years of Farm Food

Downtown Celebrates 30 years of Farm Food

There aren’t any apple orchards or vegetable patches in downtown San Francisco, but farm fresh food has hydrated the city’s food desert for 30 years.  Today, Wednesday, September 14, the UN Plaza farmer’s celebrates 30 years of business and providing nutrition education to the folks…

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Baltimore Invasion!

Baltimore Invasion!

For the next two nights, 103 Harriet plays host to two of Baltimore’s most energetic and adored artists – indie rapper Spank Rock hits the stage tonight while James Nasty will be heating up the dancefloor on Thursday. Spank Rock has been a Baltimore staple…

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California Academy of Sciences “Neighborhood Free Days”

California Academy of Sciences “Neighborhood Free Days”

There are a lot of reasons why living in San Francisco is so great, but if you’re into science and live in Chinatown, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, North Beach or the Marina then you’re in for a special treat this weekend courtesy of…

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Brews on the Bay: Foodtruck Roundup

Brews on the Bay: Foodtruck Roundup

This past Saturday in Fisherman’s Wharf marked the 8th annual Brews on the Bay Beer Festival and it was, as always, a raucous success. New to the event this year were several local foodtrucks, helping to bring some added flavor to the festivities. To accompany…

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Preview: Part Time @ Thee Parkside

Preview: Part Time @ Thee Parkside

Local music blog Positive Destruction presents an alliterative lineup of Bay Area bands Thursday night at Thee Parkside, featuring Mexican Summer-signed new wavers Part Time. On their Mexican Summer debut What Would You Say?, David Speck and Part Time bring the 80s throwback in full…

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Ed Lee Talks Common Sense

Ed Lee Talks Common Sense

Ed Lee was on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt to discuss how San Francisco can work with startups to keep them from leaving the city. Mayor Lee basically layed-out why San Francisco needs to stay dynamic and how it can grow its knowledge-based industry. SF Mayor…

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Late-Night Dining Gets a Boost

Late-Night Dining Gets a Boost

Choices for dining in the city around midnight are very limited or nearly impossible in some areas. Well, now after recent openings you have three more local places to satisfy your late night cravings. Just two weeks old, Ayadi Pizza (377 Bay, open until 3am)…

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Video: Remembering Tupac

Video: Remembering Tupac

Fifteen years after his death, Tupac Shakur’s music is as potent as it was in the 90s, before he was gunned down at the pinnacle of his career. He was best known for “Thug Life,” his gangster mentality and stints in jail before his death,…

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First Bites: High-Tech Grilled Cheese at The Melt

First Bites: High-Tech Grilled Cheese at The Melt

The concept is simple: open up a restaurant in an area heavily traveled by hungry business people, tourists and students alike and make lunch as convenient as the push of a button. That’s the idea behind the newly opened grilled cheese spot The Melt in…

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