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Outside Lands: Day 1 Roundup

Outside Lands: Day 1 Roundup

The 3-day event was a blast to explore on it’s first day. As if the killer lineup wasn’t enough, the foodcarts, vendors, Winelands, and a beautiful setting round out the true festival experience. K.Flay opened the Twin Peaks stage with a great live performance including…

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Pelican at The Mezzanine Tuesday, August 16th

Pelican at The Mezzanine Tuesday, August 16th

Three cheers for “Los Angeles-based purveyor of all things heavy,” The Power of the Riff, for completely blowing Tuesday, August 16th out of the water. Pelican play at The Mezzanine along with heavy metal heroes Pentagram, Alpinist, Masakari, Early Graves, Baptists and Aeges. Pelican have…

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Whole-Roasted Hog: Thursdays at The Pub

Whole-Roasted Hog: Thursdays at The Pub

Thursday nights just got a whole lot more delicious now that The Pub (851 Beach Street) is offering slow smoked pork from a succulent, whole-roasted pig on a weekly basis. Located along the northern edge of Ghirardelli Square, The Pub isn’t just for tourists. Featuring…

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Bernal Heights Shopping Guide

Bernal Heights Shopping Guide

Even to longtime residents, Bernal Heights is not one of the best known neighborhoods in San Francisco, but it is one of the most loved. By Michelle Sieling The small commercial strip on Cortland Avenue, running from roughly Bocana Street to Folsom Street, might not…

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Preview: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross score "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"

Preview: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross score "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"

Dragontattoo.com has a preview of Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross’ new score for the upcoming (American) adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The quick 7-minute clip is appropriately creepy and foreboding. Listen at the office at your own peril! You might get the…

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Film Premiere: The Writer

Film Premiere: The Writer

Saturday, August 13, Artists’ Television Access in conjunction with Cinema Speakeasy SF will be premier Anthony Ferraro’s new film The Writer. Based on the novel Hunger by Knut Hamsun, the film follows a homeless writer in search of bettering his life and publishing his work….

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Stripes, Shades and Growl – This Week’s Street Style!

Stripes, Shades and Growl – This Week’s Street Style!

Robby Trauger (aka Tiger) loves wearing his leather jacket and lace-covered sunglasses. See all the photos from this week’s Street Style vol. 43.

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Beer Review: Green Flash Brewing Co. Le Freak

Beer Review: Green Flash Brewing Co. Le Freak

Green Flash Brewing Co. caught my eye with their Le Freak ale while I was at the store yesterday picking through beer bottles. It’s a hybrid ale bringing together traits from San Diego-style imperial pales and Belgian style trippels; a curious and interesting combination. Le…

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DJ Q&A: Conor

DJ Q&A: Conor

Conor has been involved in the SF rave scene since the 90s and continues to keep himself busy as a DJ and promoter today. Recently he and Solar have stirred up excitement with their party this Friday at Public Works, presented by No Way Back, which…

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The BART Debacle- Were Lessons Learned?

The BART Debacle- Were Lessons Learned?

I was fortunate enough (heavy in sarcasm) to be one of the thousands of commuters stuck on a BART train on Monday night heading home from work. And while it never got me too upset, it raises a number of questions about the transit agency….

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Mission District News

Mission District News

What’s going down in the Mission this week? The Dolores Park dilemma, a couple of arrests, scenes From “Valencia: The Movie”, and the pitfalls of red curb parking. You can find out about all this and more in this week’s Mission Local News… Here are…

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Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

It’s amazing that chef Elizabeth Falkner has time for anything right now. Along with her duties at Orson, she has overseen the move of Citizen Cake to its current location on Fillmore Street and is now in the process of reorganizing the restaurant (including renaming…

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