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Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Prepare yourself for the weekend. Sunday is Bay to Breakers, that raucous day of debauchery where over 100,000 San Franciscans parade through the middle of the city in costumes, running outfits or (eek!) nothing at all. ING dropped out as the race sponsor (weak) but Zazzle has…

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Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School hosted a plant sale this weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day.  And while you may be thinking what’s the big deal with a plant sale, it is all part of an amazing program at the school called Edible Schoolyard….

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A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

San Francisco has some of the best dining options in the country, so if you’re going to venture over to the East Bay for a meal, it damn well better be worth the drive over the bridge. Saysetha (6230 Telegraph Ave.) in North Oakland is…

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DJ Q&A: Poirier

DJ Q&A: Poirier

Infusing a mixture of calypso, dancehall, and bass, Montreal-based producer/DJ Poirier is an integral player in the contemporary soca genre. Don’t miss him playing big beats in an intimate setting May 15th at Elbo Room for Dub Mission. DJing all over the world including places…

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Project Review: Sir Michael Rocks Presents — The Rocks Report

Project Review: Sir Michael Rocks Presents — The Rocks Report

If you’re looking for the definition of the new-school rapper, then you’re going to fall in love with this kid. One half the prolific directors of The Cool Kids, Sir Michael Rocks is one of the best lyrical rappers out.And after missing The Cool Kids at Coachella…

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Hot Track: The Black Keys, “Dearest”

Hot Track: The Black Keys, “Dearest”

Everyone from Lou Reed and Patti Smith to Julian Casablancas and Cee Lo Green is getting in on Rave On Buddy Holly, a new Buddy Holly covers compilation set to drop June 28 on Fantasy/Concord. The Black Keys kick things off with a sunny rendition…

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Dining for a Great Cause

Dining for a Great Cause

Many San Francisco restaurants and businesses have been holding numerous fundraisers over the last two months, all in an effort to help those affected by the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The latest is a gathering of some of the best chefs and beer,…

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Hot Mix: The Martin Brothers Mix Vol. 1 (Spring 2011)

Hot Mix: The Martin Brothers Mix Vol. 1 (Spring 2011)

Get your jammies ready tonight! SF’s favorite Dirtybird crew is at it again. If you missed the last Dirtybird party at Golden Gate Park, then where’s no reason why you should miss another. And as always, the party is free before 11pm if you’re dressed…

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Recipes: Getting Ready for the Kentucky Derby

Recipes: Getting Ready for the Kentucky Derby

Saturday is Kentucky Derby day and for many that means watching the races, maybe a wager or two and sipping on a Mint Julep. To get you in the mood, Chow.com released a number of different recipes this week, featuring many favorites in the south….

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Preview: Culture Clash @ CELLspace

Preview: Culture Clash @ CELLspace

Described as dance party and artist exchange, Culture Clash is an appropriate name as the eclectic DJ and artist lineup, showcasing primarily local flavor, is about as diverse as you can get. Tonight at CELLspace the event will be celebrating creativity, community, and culture. With…

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Valencia Side Alley Art (Sycamore St.)

Valencia Side Alley Art (Sycamore St.)

Down a small alley off of Valencia Street, the casual wanderer can find some artistic surprises hiding around every corner. This small collection of murals brings out one’s inner child with their whimsical and cartoon-like subjects. Take a walk down San Francisco side alleys for…

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Q&A: The Music Wrong

Q&A: The Music Wrong

Marcus and Megan Stoesz make up The Music Wrong, an oh-so-slightly edgy dream-pop duo that will soon be taking this San Francisco by storm. I had the chance to talk shop with Marcus before their show this Saturday night at El Rio. For the record,…

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