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Q&A With Wiz Khalifa

Q&A With Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa makes no secret that he’s been high for a long time, but never as high as he is now with his chart-topping single, “Black and Yellow.” The Pittsburgh, Pa., based rapper who once claimed to spend $10,000 a month on weed, will release…

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Charles Chocolates Closes

Charles Chocolates Closes

Last Friday, Bay Area confectioner Charles Chocolates closed up shop – both literally and figuratively. Last year the company shut down its Emeryville factory and then last week it announced it will be closing its retail location in the Westfield Mall along with the company…

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Expansions at tech firms demand new hires

Expansions at tech firms demand new hires

An article published today in The San Francisco Chronicle entitled “Talent-poaching revs up among tech firms” shows how tech companies are battling for talent, especially in social media and other Internet based companies, that can stay ahead of the rapidly changing industry as the economy…

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Gas Prices Spike

Gas Prices Spike

As anyone who drives can attest to, gas isn’t cheap. Especially in San Francisco (of course, it should be noted that in most European countries, gas is upwards of $8/gallon). But with the recent political upheavals in North Africa and the Middle East, gasoline prices…

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New Video: Papercuts “Do What You Will”

New Video: Papercuts “Do What You Will”

It’s time again for a brand spanking new music video and this time it’s from San Francisco based band Papercuts. It starts out like your quintessential music video – college party, loner guy (played by frontman) Jason Robert Quever – but then it takes a…

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Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

A happy day for many who are fans of the Moroccan restaurant Aziza as Inside Scoop SF is reporting that chef-owner Mourad Lahlou has signed a deal to bring the restaurant to the Financial District. Lahlou will be taking over the space at 500 Jackson…

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Muni, State Regulators Dispute Safety Violations

Muni, State Regulators Dispute Safety Violations

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority officials are disputing a scathing report from state regulators that the agency’s light rail system is unsafe. The report by safety inspectors with the California Public Utilities Commission “found numerous safety violations on Muni’s light rail system” and alleged that…

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The Dirt on BART’s Cloth Seats

The Dirt on BART’s Cloth Seats

It’s a question that has probably crossed many commuter’s minds whenever they go to and from work each day on their BART train. Is this seat really clean? A recent independent report by the Bay Citizen tested the bacterial content of a random seat in…

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Truffle Fight!

Truffle Fight!

I like truffles as much as the next person, but this is a little ridiculous. The New York Times reports on a little truffle war happening down in North Carolina between two unlikely growers. And with truffles selling at upwards of $800 per pound, the…

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Outside Lands Dates Announced

Outside Lands Dates Announced

The collective summer festival machine continues, this time with the latest announcement coming from one of our hometown favorites, the Outside Lands Festival. Festival organizers just announced that the festival will return to a three-day format, from Aug. 12th-14th. A limited number of “Eager Beaver”…

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Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Tomorrow A16 will be hosting its annual Festa Della Donna fundraiser to celebrate International Women’s Day. There’ll be an all-star team of female guest chefs, cheesemakers, sommeliers, authors and winemakers on hand to help raise money and awareness for La Cocina. Books from the special…

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Preview: Holy Sons @ Hemlock

Preview: Holy Sons @ Hemlock

Emil Amos is perhaps better known as the drummer for both doom metal drone champions Om and experimental post-rockers Grail — an impressive resume as it is — but he is also the mastermind behind and sole member of Holy Sons, who will be playing…

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