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Neukom Confirms Retirement

Neukom Confirms Retirement

Bill Neukom, Managing General Partner and Chief Executive Officer of the San Francisco Giants, in a letter to fans just confirmed that he is stepping down at the end of this year.

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Thirsty Thursdays: Beer Pairing at Magnolia

Thirsty Thursdays: Beer Pairing at Magnolia

To kick the weekend off right, we’re taking you to some of the best places across the city to wet your whistle and bulge your belly on Thursday nights. There’s no better of a place to start than at San Francisco’s original gastropub: Magnolia (1398…

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Movie Review: Connected

Movie Review: Connected

Documentary filmmaker Tiffany Shlain (Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness) originally set out to examine both the benefits (virtual) and costs (personal) of the always on, always connected world.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

There are some heavy out-of-towners hitting the decks of SF this weekend along with local favorites to bring the best in dancefloor action.

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Movie Review: Drive

Movie Review: Drive

Drive is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and rightly so. It’s an atmospheric tour de force from Danish cult director Nicolas Winding Refn and starring a stoic, introspective Ryan Gosling who says as much through his eyes as he does his…

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

Orchids in the Park returns, the Samuel Murphy Windmill gets a much-needed restoration, a new gallery opens this week at the Table Asia Gallery and mayoral candidates get set to debate in the Richmond District.

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Album Review: Neon Indian, “Era Extraña”

Album Review: Neon Indian, “Era Extraña”

Chillwave artist Alan Palomo, known to fans as Neon Indian, is back on the scene with a brilliant sophomore album, Era Extraña.

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No Worries to Debut Filipino Vegan Food Truck

No Worries to Debut Filipino Vegan Food Truck

“The most important thing I want folks to understand about Filipino vegan cuisine is that it is equally as delicious as traditional Filipino cuisine,” says Chef Jay-Ar Pugao of No Worries.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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