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Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Bay Area electropop duo The Limousines, popular for declaring that “the kids are disco dancing, they’re tired of rock n’ roll,” spread that message throughout their energetic, catchy tunes and especially fun live performances. As producer, Giovanni Giusti creates the catchy beats over which Eric…

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Time Travelers – This Week’s Street Style!

Time Travelers – This Week’s Street Style!

It looks like we’ve been stuck in a time warp as we see looks inspired from the past and future in Street Style vol. 44.

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Alamo Square Flea Market

Alamo Square Flea Market

This Saturday come check out the 28th Annual Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Flea Market, a giant sale with neighborhood vendors offering antiques, art and vintage items. Indie Mart joins in on the fun to offer even more unique and inexpensive finds from local crafters. There…

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Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

I’ve always taken pride in the fact that a little spot in my my neighborhood has won praise from the New York Times and Yahoo! Travel. I’m talking about Chile Pies (& Ice Cream), the little shop from the owners of Green Chile Kitchen up…

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Beer Review: Deschutes Conflux No.2 Belgian IPA

Beer Review: Deschutes Conflux No.2 Belgian IPA

This month City Beer Store has special collaboration ales on tap. Among them is Deschutes and Boulevard Brewing Conflux No.2 Belgian style IPA. Combining the former’s expertise at making hoppy ales and the latter’s expertise at making Belgian style Witbiers, what results is an ale…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The madness that was Outside Lands may be behind us but there is just as much music to rock out to this weekend including a future funk quartet, hip hop hero DJ Cosmo Baker, true progressive house with Morgan Page, and more! Thursday, August 18…

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When Will the Madness End for BART?

When Will the Madness End for BART?

A new day arrives and seemingly another problem arises for Bay Area Rapid Transit officials. The latest issue occurred on Wednesday when someone breached a BART-related database, accessing the personal information of more than a hundred BART police officers. Information such as names, addresses, email…

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Mission District News

Mission District News

BART was front and center with its cell phone controversy and downtown protest… prostitution continues to be a problem, especially on Capp Street… merchants on Mission Street fear they are being targeted with “drive-by lawsuits”… and Charanga owner Gabriela Salas takes us to her other…

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Feelin’ Fine with Farm Fresh Food

Feelin’ Fine with Farm Fresh Food

In Northern California, late summer harvest means pears and apples, figs or walnuts. It means fresh, good tasting food for a fair price. You don’t need to wait until Saturday mornings for the epic farmer’s market at the Ferry Building. Wednesdays and Thursdays provide opportunities…

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Street Food Party Invades the Mission this Weekend

Street Food Party Invades the Mission this Weekend

Thousands of people are expected to descend upon the Mission District in San Francisco this Saturday for the 3rd annual La Cocina San Francisco Street Food Festival. More than 70 different vendors will be on hand, each with a different taste of what they have…

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San Francisco: America’s Dining Destination

San Francisco: America’s Dining Destination

The Bay Area dining scene received some well-deserved props yesterday from Huffington Post in recognition for having the most Michelin-stars of any city in North America. With a total of 18 stars and a population of under a million, SF has more than twice the…

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SF Improv Fest Is Here

SF Improv Fest Is Here

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the San Francisco Improv Festival at The Eureka Theater from August 18th through the 27th. The two-week event will feature some of the best Bay Area improvisational actors and groups including internationally-known BATS Improv, Crisis Hopkins and The Super Dupers,…

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