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Great Albums Out this Month

Great Albums Out this Month

July so far, has been an excellent month for really good new music. Here are a few albums that are worth a listen . Washed Out – Within and Without A chillwave album that sets its hooks with sly synths. There’s a lush, snowy warmth…

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Harrington’s Pub Mural

Harrington’s Pub Mural

Harrington’s Pub and neighboring businesses in the Tenderloin have been dressed up with street art! It looks to be EON 75 who decorated these pillars and walls with some Irish themed street art!

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CA Assembly Approves Ban of Caffeine-Laced Alcoholic Drinks

CA Assembly Approves Ban of Caffeine-Laced Alcoholic Drinks

The California Assembly has approved a bill that would prohibit the production and sale of beer laced with caffeine. SB39 is now headed back to the Senate, which will reconsider changes made by the Assembly. The measure by Los Angeles Senator Alex Padilla would ban…

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Mumford & Sons Debut New Track

Mumford & Sons Debut New Track

Mumford & Sons, our favorite folky English rock band, is back at it with a beautiful ballad speculatively called “Home” by fans. The song was performed at Glastonbury music festival and has since been performed at other summer festivals and recorded during an in-studio performance…

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Outside Lands Schedule Announced

Outside Lands Schedule Announced

Music fans have a lot to think about between now and August 12. The daily lineup for the Outside Lands festival was just released, sans set times. We’ll have to wait to see what the set conflicts are until promoters release the detailed schedule with…

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7-Eleven Giving Away Free Slurpees

7-Eleven Giving Away Free Slurpees

While it may not be warm enough in parts of the Bay Area, participating 7-Eleven convenience stores are marking the chain’s birthday with free Slurpees. 7-Eleven has grown into 8,600 stores in North America and more than 41,000 worldwide. The Dallas-based company estimates that its…

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POP Culture

POP Culture

Pen Pop: Remember Barteño? It’s a stylized Bart Simpson that you can see here. There are more POP culture references on the streets: from television are Dexter and DLOCS’ grape ape; a tattooed Andy Capp from the funnies; and the movies Weekend at Bernie’s and…

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Guest DJ Nights at flour + water

Guest DJ Nights at flour + water

One of the hottest restaurants in town just got a bit hotter. Flour + Water is hosting a monthly series of guest DJ nights for the next three months, kicking things off tonight with Tim Carr, 5:30pm – onwards. Carr has curated a special playlist…

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BART Shooting Protest Tonight

BART Shooting Protest Tonight

If you’re planning your evening commute, head’s up – there’s a BART protest (in response to the July 3 fatal BART police shooting of Charles Hill) scheduled for tonight inside the Civic Center BART station that may disrupt service and cause delays. The rally is…

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Calbee Store Opens in San Francisco

Calbee Store Opens in San Francisco

Calbee snacks can be fairly addicting once you start munching on them. Whether you grab sticks, snaps or veggies, they are like the Japanese version of chips, pretzels or any other snack food. Now, San Franciscans have the chance to taste the tasty treats at…

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SF Artist: Inside the Mind of William Perls

SF Artist: Inside the Mind of William Perls

At first glance William Perls’ imaginative and, at times, dark photography may not be for the faint of heart; there’s blood, there’s death, there’s smeared mascara. But, that’s not all that’s there. A foray into the San Francisco photographer’s portfolio reveals the range and depth…

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Preview: Phono del Sol Festival – Saturday, July 16th

Preview: Phono del Sol Festival – Saturday, July 16th

Phono del Sol Music and Food Festival arrives July 16 at Potrero del Sol Park in Potrero Hill. Festival co-organizer Christian “The Crusher” Cunningham let us in on the concept behind the festival and what to expect.       What inspired the creation of…

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