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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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Jake Mann + The Upper Hand

Jake Mann + The Upper Hand

There’s something welcoming about a no-frills rock band.  On their new album, Parallel South, local trio Jake Mann + The Upper Hand bring a mix of melodic pop and the best of 90s guitar bands, with singer-songwriter Mann’s layer of grainy, sometimes Dylan-esque vocals landing…

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Cilantro Recall

Cilantro Recall

According to ABC News, a California company is recalling “four brands of fresh cilantro because they may be contaminated with salmonella.The recalled cilantro was sold between Jan. 14 and Jan. 28 under the labels Nature’s Reward, Ocean Mist, Tanimura & Antle and Queen Victoria.” No…

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Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Jay Hamada owner of JapaCurry food truck just wants to sell some good food. But some people – namely Alison Rowe of Harvest and Rowe a brick and mortar restaurant a few doors down – just won’t let him. Is it because he doesn’t have…

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Morning Beat: Interpol

Morning Beat: Interpol

If there’s been a little too much sunshine in your life this winter, take the opportunity tonight to darken up your week with brooding New York rockers, Interpol. The band just kicked off it’s North American tour a few days ago, and tix are still…

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Q&A: Tristen

Q&A: Tristen

With the official release of her debut LP, Charlatans At The Garden Gate, arriving this week, Tristen Gaspadarek is poised for a potential breakout year. Her mix of pop, rock, and Americana influences has already created a buzz in Nashville, where she moved after leaving…

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Video: Protests in Egypt

Video: Protests in Egypt

Things are getting crazy in Egypt as protesters continue demonstrations against the government and President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule. Egyptian protesters are now defying a curfew and remain on the streets. First Tunisia then Sudan and now Egypt? Things are getting really shaken up in…

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Are You Ready for Monotonix?

Are You Ready for Monotonix?

If you’re planning to check out Monotonix tonight at Rickshaw Stop, don’t wear your Sunday’s best. Expect lots of hair, potential male nudity, crowd surfing, and an overall mess. SF Station writer David Johnson-Igra caught up with singer Ami Shalev during a phone interview from…

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