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15th Annual Urban Youth Arts Festival

15th Annual Urban Youth Arts Festival

With over 2,000 square feet of portable wall space as well as free paint, free brushes and free aerosol cans, starving artists should jump on the chance to do what they love without worrying about their pocketbooks. This annual festival is presented by Precita Eyes…

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The Twilight Singers Announces Special SF Show

The Twilight Singers Announces Special SF Show

Gather up your flannel and dust off your Doc Martins. It’s time to start up that Marlboro habit again. The Twilight Singers will perform Blackberry Belle for one show only on September 17th at The Great American Music Hall. Greg Dulli, front man of the…

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San Francisco, Oakland Among Most Walkable Cities

San Francisco, Oakland Among Most Walkable Cities

San Francisco ranks second and Oakland tenth in a ranking of the most walkable big cities, that according to Seattle-based Walk Score. The organization ranks cities on a numerical scale, judging how close any address is to things like grocery stores, restaurants, schools and parks….

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National Tequila Day – July 24th

National Tequila Day – July 24th

People just need a reason to drink. Some use the excuse of a special occasion or day of the week (i.e. Tuesday happy hour specials) while others just make up a holiday. Not that I’m complaining. This Sunday is National Tequila Day, and if you’re…

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Jens Lekman Announces New EP and Tour Dates

Jens Lekman Announces New EP and Tour Dates

Quirkiness galore! The recently silent Swede is back with songs about arguments with oneself, following directions and one man’s search for Kirsten Dunst. Jens Lekman announced the completion of a new EP entitled An Argument With Myself to be released September 20th on Secretly Canadian….

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Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

By now you’ve already heard all about the Pop-Up Restaurant at The Rotation in the Mission, but you might be excited to know that as of this week they are offering soulicious Chicken and Waffles until 3AM every Thursday to Sunday! This is incredibly awesome…

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Movie Review: Friends With Benefits

Movie Review: Friends With Benefits

They say everything always comes in pairs and film history is full of them. Friends with Benefits follows No Strings Attached, which bowed earlier this year, and both tackle the idea of two friends having all the benefits of a sexual relationship with none of…

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Promenade Project Brings New Life to Powell Street

Promenade Project Brings New Life to Powell Street

A two block stretch of San Francisco’s Powell Street has been transformed into a series of safe, green parklets focusing mainly on pedestrian safety. The stretch of Powell between Ellis and Geary is one of the busiest pedestrian areas in the country, as an estimated…

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Casey and his Pizza

Casey and his Pizza

When East Coast native Casey Crynes moved to California about seven years ago, he realized that while there are several amazing things about our state, we do sort of lack in one department: thin crust pizza. So, the former web producer decided to make his…

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Hot Video: Pusha T feat. Tyler, The Creator

Hot Video: Pusha T feat. Tyler, The Creator

The highly anticipated video for the Pusha T and Tyler, The Creator collaboration, “Trouble on my Mind,” is out now The song came out a few weeks ago, with Pusha and Tyler both in great form. Pusha, as always, does a great job on the track….

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Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

The recession may be a thing of the past, but the tough economic times are still evident in all walks of life across the country. One of the hardest hit areas has been non-profits and charitable organizations as funding is waning and demand for services…

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Beer Review: Burning Oak Black Lager

Beer Review: Burning Oak Black Lager

Last night I went out to a mixer at a coffee shop with Linden Street Brewery’s Burning Oak Black Lager on tap. Because I haven’t gotten around to checking out their brewpub in Oakland, I instantly chose a pint of this one in support of…

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