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Preview: Realboy at 330 Ritch this Saturday

Preview: Realboy at 330 Ritch this Saturday

Realboy, a couple of young local DJs earning their stripes in the San Francisco night life circuit are back with their label’s second party at 330 Ritch, Eletr!c. As Realboy continue to mature their sound and grow their fan base, they also look to build…

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Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

I stumbled upon a few posters and murals on a little walk through the Mission this week. These pieces are so colorful and bright. A pleasant surprise! Murals and posters can be found in the Mission between 15th and 18th Street along Valencia. Don’t forget…

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Album Review: Thao & Mirah

Album Review: Thao & Mirah

It is unclear what drives musicians to collaborate with one another. The best-case scenario involves both artists getting along swimmingly and gathering their combined strengths to create something truly memorable and magical. The worst-case scenario (and the more likely of the two) involves a remarkable…

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NFL Draft Begins Thursday Night as Lockout Continues

NFL Draft Begins Thursday Night as Lockout Continues

While the 2011-12 NFL season remains up in the air due to the ongoing lockout, the future of many of the franchises will change over the next few days with the start of the NFL draft. The first round begins on Thursday night in New…

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Beer Review: Hermitage Brewing Wheatopia

Beer Review: Hermitage Brewing Wheatopia

After all the doubles I’ve been drinking I came across one which immediately struck me as unusual. For all of you who have wondered what a double Hefeweizen is, Hermitage Brewing may not be able to help with this mystery. This beer pours a lightly…

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Free Burgers!

Free Burgers!

Castro burger joint Super Duper (2304 Market Street @ 16th) is celebrating its one-year anniversary and in honor of this special occasion, Mayor Ed Lee has declared today Super Duper Day! And what this means is FREE burgers. Swing by Super Dupertoday, Thursday April 28th…

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Hayes Valley Elder Art Project Murals

Hayes Valley Elder Art Project Murals

Walking through Hayes Valley this week, I ran across some eye-catching mixed media murals. Using multi-faceted shades of glass, along with plastic figurines to create uplifting city scenes, these pieces offer a moment to appreciate art in the midst of the hustle and bustle of…

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Review: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Review: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Two things have always been true: 1) the head and the heart don’t always agree, and 2) when this happens, you can write some damn good folk songs. Last night, Seattle’s The Head and the Heart proved these truths once again.The band’s rousing choruses, 3-part…

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Board of Supervisors Oppose Off-Leash Restrictions

Board of Supervisors Oppose Off-Leash Restrictions

Dog owners got thrown a bone yesterday when the SF Board of Supervisors went on record stating that they oppose the federal (proposed) ban on off-leash dogs in certain areas (e.g. Crissy Field, Fort Funston) of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Of course the…

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Week in Photos: Nicki Minaj, Questlove, and More

Week in Photos: Nicki Minaj, Questlove, and More

Nicki, Nicki, Nicki, we’re hooked and we can’t stop staring! Check out our latest shots from the The I’m Still Music Tour, featuring Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Rick Ross, and our galleries from Planet Booty, Questlove, The Limousines, and more. Click the image for…

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Jamaica @ The Independent

Jamaica @ The Independent

French electro-rock trio Jamaica returned to San Francisco this week for an excited crowd at The Independent. Denver band The Chain Gang of 1974, a favorite at SXSW this year, opened the show quickly draw the crowd toward the stage as the four members rapidly…

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Baskin-Robbins Offers 31 Cent Scoops

Baskin-Robbins Offers 31 Cent Scoops

Part of an effort to honor America’s firefighters, Baskin-Robbins shops nationwide are offering 31 cent scoops of ice cream on Wednesday night as part of its 5th annual 31 Cent Scoop Night. The Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation is donating $100,000 to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation….

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