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New Mission Brewery

New Mission Brewery

It’s almost time for Beer Week, so obviously hops, barley and breweries are on one’s the mind. So imagine our delight when we learned that Anthony LaVia (of Gestalt Haus and Matador SF) is opening a gastro pub and brewery, called the Southern Pacific Brewing…

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Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

The SF Appeal reports that Mollie Stone’s has just confirmed that it will indeed take over the space vacated by the recently shutdown Delano’s grocery on 18th Street in the Castro. They plan to open in early March. Photo credit: http://www.editingarts.com

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Oprah Going Vegan

Oprah Going Vegan

Well, at least for a week. Talk show host and media demi-god, Oprah Winfrey, along with her 378 staffers have decided to go vegan for one week. That’s seven days of no meat, no dairy, no eggs and no animal products whatsoever. Let’s see if…

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San Francisco Public Library Plays Cupid

San Francisco Public Library Plays Cupid

Where are the top pick up spots in San Francisco?  Grocery stores- Check. Cocktail parties- Check. Muni (Strange, yes, but try it!)- Check. Time to add the San Francisco Public Library to the list as it hosts its first-ever “literary speed-dating” events this week in honor of Valentine’s…

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Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Looking for some new music this week? Well, luckily it’s time again for the 2nd Annual Winter Music Fest. Starting this Thursday you can introduce yourself to a bunch of local bands. In conjunction with the 13th SF Independent Film Festival and Indiefest, the Winter…

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Video: What is the Internet?

Video: What is the Internet?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nTPX4JW_Ts&feature=player_embedded

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Morning Beat: Men @ Clift Hotel

Morning Beat: Men @ Clift Hotel

Get ready for Men, the Brooklyn-based group that is bringing the hottest dance party tonight in SF to the Clift Hotel. If you’re not moving yet, there’s something wrong. The group was formed in 2007 by Le Tigre members JD Samson and Johanna Fateman, who…

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Fining Bicyclists Talking on Cell Phones

Fining Bicyclists Talking on Cell Phones

ABC News reports that State Senator Joe Simitian (of Palo Alto) plans on introducing a bill that would allow cyclists who are talking on their cell phones while biking to be fined $20. The logic is that bicycles are subjected to the same traffic laws…

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Best Italian in SF

Best Italian in SF

San Francisco is well known for having a very diverse food culture. It is one of those cities where you can walk down a block and find a great Chinese restaurant, sushi and a pizzeria, all within a few hundred feet of each other. With…

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Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Looking for something to do with your sweetheart on Valentine’s other than flowers, chocolates and a dinner date? Why not try out a cooking class instead? Parties that Cook is offering an array of classes, starting this week and going through the 14th, for both…

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Photos: San Francisco Egypt Solidarity Protest

Photos: San Francisco Egypt Solidarity Protest

As things get heated in Egypt, supporters in San Francisco marched in solidarity on Sunday in downtown San Francisco. Here are some pics from Steve Rhodes’ Flickr stream. . For more great photos, go here.

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Hot Track: Fleet Foxes Are Back

Hot Track: Fleet Foxes Are Back

The Fleet Foxes just announced a new album scheduled for release May 3rd, and an accompanying tour that will stop in the Bay Area at the Fox Theater (where else!) on May 5th. Helplessness Blues follows the band’s critically acclaimed 2008 self-titled debut, which was…

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