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The Best French Fries in SF

The Best French Fries in SF

Do you like them crispy and crunchy or thick and steak-cut? Whichever way you prefer them, there’s no mistaking the fact that SFers love their fries. But out of the hundreds and hundreds of eating establishments that feature the item on their menus, which ones…

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Top Five Coachella Moments

Top Five Coachella Moments

With 178 acts, over three days, and weather well into the 90s, it’s a California dream to experience Coachella and all its glory. The festival is the most awesome experience you can have without getting arrested. The following five moments from the weekend in Indio…

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HARD Summer 2011 Announcement

HARD Summer 2011 Announcement

Tis’ the season for big musical festivals! This morning, the lineup for HARD Summer 2011 was announced, with enough electro/house/disco acts on it to fill an 8-hour time span. Taking place in downtown Los Angeles on August 6th, it features acts such as duo Duck…

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A Smoking 4/20 Party Guide

A Smoking 4/20 Party Guide

With the arrival of 4/20 tomorrow, there are plenty of options to keep the party going well past the designated toke time. Whether you inhale or pass on the grass, reach for higher ground at one of these events tomorrow night. Cypress Hill @ The…

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DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown aka Erykah Badu

DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown aka Erykah Badu

Talented musicians are generally well-rounded artists express their creativity in a number of ways. Lately many performers have begun spinning DJ sets, showcasing their talents in superb song selection and energizing the crowd. The latest to join in this trend, RnB crooner Erykah Badu, performs…

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Video: White Denim “Drug”

Video: White Denim “Drug”

Just in time for the 4/20 holiday, Austin rockers White Denim unveil the video for their new track “Drug.” Look out for more from White Denim before the release of its fourth album D on May 24th and its show at Bottom of the Hill…

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San Francisco Urban Farmers Get Reprieve

San Francisco Urban Farmers Get Reprieve

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has passed legislation that would make it easier for urban farmers in the city to sell their own produce. According to The Bay Citizen, the legislation “enshrines urban farming in San Francisco’s zoning code.” Basically, it allows for these…

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City College of San Francisco Developing New Major

City College of San Francisco Developing New Major

Officials at City College of San Francisco are working to create an associate’s degree major in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender studies, which would be the first of its kind in the U.S. According to the Golden Gate Xpress, the college was the first institution…

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Citrus Club – Where noodle lovers unite

Citrus Club – Where noodle lovers unite

The past weekend I took a trip to Miami and the ever popular topic of restaurants in San Francisco emerged. One friend was a former native to San Francisco and asked me if I had been to Citrus Club – the local go-to spot in Haight…

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Redd, Red Wine

Redd, Red Wine

Going up to Napa anytime soon? You’d be a fool to miss out on Redd in scenic Yountville (6480 Washington St). With a can’t-miss shortlist of scrumptious small plates, you’ll get to indulge your senses on several creative reconfigurations of culinary classics…like their take on…

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You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

With all of the hype surrounding the first day of Coachella, it was easy to miss some sad news from You Say Party! last Friday. A year after drummer Devon Clifford unexpectedly passed away, its surviving members are going on indefinite hiatus. “We’re gonna stop…

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Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Pulse critic Matt Forsman weighs in on  Broken Social Scene’s recent performance at The Warfield. Pulse critic Matt Forsman weighs in on Broken Social Scene’s recent performance at The Warfield: In somewhat predictable fashion, Broken Social Scene delivered a veritable indie rock symphony when the…

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