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SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

Nearly eleven years after closing, San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 2 is finally prepared to open its doors to the public. On Saturday, airport officials held an open house at the state-of-the-art terminal, which features 14 gates and will be the main hub for Virgin…

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Moscow Mule – Sip up at these SF spots

Moscow Mule – Sip up at these SF spots

Let me tell you a little bit about my favorite drink of choice — The Moscow Mule. The first time I tasted this libation was after a full-contact game of powder puff (more like full tackle) football.  It was one of those rare hot and…

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Cal Baseball Saved From Chopping Block

Cal Baseball Saved From Chopping Block

UC Berkeley officials have announced that the school’s baseball program will survive after a massive fundraising effort over the last two months has raised $9 million. The university originally announced last September that it was cutting five sports to reduce its subsidies to its athletic…

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Outside Lands 2011 Lineup Announced

Outside Lands 2011 Lineup Announced

The day has finally arrived! Many of the previously rumored headlining artists we’re included in today’s lineup but there were plenty of surprises. Check out the full lineup below, who are you excited to see? Muse, Phish (2 sets), Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Deadmau5,…

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Win Jack Beats/Star Eyes (Trouble & Bass) Tickets

Win Jack Beats/Star Eyes (Trouble & Bass) Tickets

Are you ready for the weekend? What does this track by Jack Beats make you wanna do? Tell us in the comments below for your chance to win 2 tickets to their show on April 14 on Mighty’s Paradise Garage Soundsystem! You don’t wanna miss…

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SF Vintner’s Market this weekend in Fort Mason

SF Vintner’s Market this weekend in Fort Mason

Daylight savings is upon us, the sun is shining and the only thing that can make the upcoming weekend any more appealing is the fact that it is SF Vintner’s Market in Fort Mason.  Think of it as the classier version of Oktoberfest, minus the…

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DJ Q&A: DJ Mamabear

DJ Q&A: DJ Mamabear

While most of us would spend car accident settlements on something ostentatious, Sweater Funk Diva DJ Mamabear bought her first Technics 1200s in 2007 with hers. Setting them up in her parent’s garage, she spent hours learning the various controls and knobs so she could…

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So, You Want Korean in the Soma?

So, You Want Korean in the Soma?

Recently, after broadcasting another exciting webcast of @SFStation radio, G-Force and the Japhman found themselves in the Soma with empty bellies and a passion for affordable grub. On the corner of 8th and Bryant (1010 Bryant Street) is an authentic Korean restaurant known simply as…

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Taste of the Nation: A Great Night of Food and Drink

Taste of the Nation: A Great Night of Food and Drink

Hundreds were in attendance as chefs/restaurants, wine and spirit producers and bars around the Bay Area came together in San Francisco on Thursday night for the 22nd annual Taste of the Nation event to fight childhood hunger. Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation is…

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The Nightlife, Baby! Weekend Picks

The Nightlife, Baby! Weekend Picks

Friday has arrived! Check our top five picks for the weekend while you count the minutes to happy hour. FRIDAY The Crystal Method @ Ruby Skye Although rave culture today differs vastly than it did a dozen years ago, there’s still hasn’t been a better…

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A Giant Homecoming

A Giant Homecoming

The city, fans and team have been able to revel in World Series glory for a few months. And even though we’ve had a few preseason games at AT&T and our Giants have played six games, this weekend will be a culmination, the true homecoming….

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Two Bay Area Restaurants Among Top Trendsetters in U.S.

Two Bay Area Restaurants Among Top Trendsetters in U.S.

A pair of Bay Area restaurants made the list of “14 Most Trendsetting Restaurants in the U.S.” according to U.S. Airways Magazine. Mission Chinese Food in San Francisco made the list, not only for its food, but also for its charitable efforts. Founders Danny Bowien…

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