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Speed Limit Drops in SF School Zones

Speed Limit Drops in SF School Zones

San Francisco is adopting a new policy of dropping the speed limit to 15 miles per hour within 500 feet of the city’s more than 200 public and private schools. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency crews will spend the next year installing approximately a thousand…

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When Did it Become More Than Just a Game?

When Did it Become More Than Just a Game?

The San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders played their traditional Bay Area rivalry exhibition game this past weekend but unfortunately, there was more action off the field than on it. The 49ers won the game 17-3, but the game was marred by multiple fights in…

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Rock the Bells Playlist

Rock the Bells Playlist

Rock the Bells returns to Shoreline Amphitheatre this Saturday for a full day of hip hop and R&B, featuring several members of Wu Tang, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, Cypress Hill and more. Contributors: Matt Crawford, Ellen Lovelidge Headliners on the bill this year will perform…

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Go Local For Lunch

Go Local For Lunch

Eating sustainably and supporting local, small farms isn’t a new thing—it’s 40 years in the making. Thanks to Alice Waters, her restaurant, Chez Panisse, and a city that welcomed her idea with open arms. Today it’s not hard to imagine eating organic produce or free-range…

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Preview: Bag Raiders at Mezzanine

Preview: Bag Raiders at Mezzanine

Our favorite funky Australian electronic duo, Bag Raiders, is schlepping across the hemisphere and they will be stopping at Mezzanine this Friday to turn the party out..The duo will be throwing down hits from their most recent self-entitled album and their newest single, “Sunlight.” Take…

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Boxing Room Begins Lunch Service

Boxing Room Begins Lunch Service

Boxing Room, the Louisiana-style Hayes Valley restaurant that opened in June, is starting lunch service on Monday. The restaurant will now be open at 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. The opening menu includes an heirloom tomato salad with cane vinaigrette and basil, a roast beef po’ boy…

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Pete Escovedo Talks Art in the Mission

Pete Escovedo Talks Art in the Mission

Pete Escovedo is known as a talented, world-renowned musician and father of the eternally-cool drummer Sheila E. but many people might not realize that he is also an accomplished visual artist with decades of paintings under his belt. Although his music has taken him all…

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Who Needs Breakfast When You’ve Got The Brunch Club

Who Needs Breakfast When You’ve Got The Brunch Club

If John Hughes is credited with creating The Breakfast Club, then you can attribute “The Brunch Club” to Chef Mattin Noblia of Rendezvous. The Nob Hill tapas lounge is rolling out a brand new brunch menu, available 11am until 3pm on Sundays. Top Chef fans…

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Literary Arts: Live Nude, $1 Book Sale, Rad Dad

Literary Arts: Live Nude, $1 Book Sale, Rad Dad

This week, the Literary Arts scene takes you from Sheila McClear’s exotic dance memoir to three local, hip dads giving modern fatherly advice. It’s time to get your read on. Tonight, join exotic dancer turned New York Post writer, Sheila McClear, as she reads from…

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Hot Track: Swimming, "Swan Dive"

Hot Track: Swimming, "Swan Dive"

Swimming are a 4-piece indie pop band from Fayetteville, AR. Their self-titled EP will make you want to go swimming. And live someplace where long, languid summers are real. The 8-song Swimming EP is like Real Estate’s more upbeat, jangly and reverbed out little brother….

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SF Street Food Festival Strikes Again

SF Street Food Festival Strikes Again

This Saturday, La Cocina (2948 Folsom Street) hosted it’s 3rd Annual San Francisco Street Food Festival in the Mission and by all accounts it was a roaring success. THE event for any self-avowed ‘foodie’, the 2011 incarnation was nothing short of a culinary odyssey, the…

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Movie Review: Fright Night

Movie Review: Fright Night

Fright Night, the remake of Tom Holland’s 1985 horror-comedy, delivers everything a horror fan could possibly want, and more. With the Twilight franchise redefining, not to mention de-fanging the vampire mythos into teen-oriented melodrama, the vampire sub-genre has been in desperate need of new blood….

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