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Video: Lykke Li, “Sadness Is A Blessing”

Video: Lykke Li, “Sadness Is A Blessing”

For your Monday morning dose — here’s the new video for Lykke Li’s “Sadness Is A Blessing,” a 60′s throwback tune off her latest Wounded Rhymes. One of those rhymes? “Sadness is a blessing/sadness is a curse/sadness is my boyfriend/oh sadness, I’m your girl.” OK,…

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Grilled Cheese on the Go

Grilled Cheese on the Go

One of the ultimate comfort foods is a good grilled cheese sandwich. And while they may not be difficult to make, they are hard to perfect. Many restaurants in San Francisco actually offer their own take on the American classic. But for those looking to…

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DJ Q&A: Jubilee

DJ Q&A: Jubilee

Brooklyn-based DJ Jubilee is a favorite in the San Francisco and travels to DJ here every couple of months, heating up dance floors with her diverse style and hot bass lines. We spoke to Jubilee about her beginnings in electronic music, starting a record label,…

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Osama bin Laden Killed by U.S. Raid in Pakistan

Osama bin Laden Killed by U.S. Raid in Pakistan

Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the September 11th terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans, was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces on Sunday in Abbottabad, Pakistan. During a late-night address on Sunday night from the White House, President Barack Obama talked about…

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Chrome Goes Custom

Chrome Goes Custom

New Bag Options, and More One of San Francisco’s iconic messenger bag companies, Chrome, has been quietly offering custom messenger bags since September. Recently the company unveiled new fabrics, colors, and fixings that are now available for the discerning bag collector. For an extra $30,…

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White House, SF Chronicle at Odds

White House, SF Chronicle at Odds

The White House threatened to exclude The San Francisco Chronicle from pooled coverage of its events in the Bay Area after the paper posted a video of a protest at President Barack Obama’s recent San Francisco fundraiser. Chronicle political reporter Carla Marinucci had White House…

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ICHI Sushi to Offer Lunch Service

ICHI Sushi to Offer Lunch Service

Starting May 3rd, ICHI Sushi in Bernal Heights will be expanding their hours to include lunch service. As reported by the Tablehopper, “sushi chef Taka Tozawa, who has ben working off-and-on with ICHI chef/owner Tim Archuleta for years, will head up the lunch service.” The…

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Locanda Set to Open in Mission

Locanda Set to Open in Mission

One of the more highly-anticipated San Francisco restaurants is set to open on Saturday as Locanda takes over the former Ramblas space in the Mission District. The Delfina team of Craig and Annie Stoll are opening the traditional Roman osteria with former Pizzeria Delfina chef…

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Event: Workout in the Park

Event: Workout in the Park

It’s time to get in shape. Really. You’ve slacked off for the last 4 months and now it’s almost summer and you you still cringe at the thought of putting on your bathing suit. Get a jumpstart on things this Workout in the Park this…

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Preview: Realboy at 330 Ritch this Saturday

Preview: Realboy at 330 Ritch this Saturday

Realboy, a couple of young local DJs earning their stripes in the San Francisco night life circuit are back with their label’s second party at 330 Ritch, Eletr!c. As Realboy continue to mature their sound and grow their fan base, they also look to build…

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Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

I stumbled upon a few posters and murals on a little walk through the Mission this week. These pieces are so colorful and bright. A pleasant surprise! Murals and posters can be found in the Mission between 15th and 18th Street along Valencia. Don’t forget…

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Album Review: Thao & Mirah

Album Review: Thao & Mirah

It is unclear what drives musicians to collaborate with one another. The best-case scenario involves both artists getting along swimmingly and gathering their combined strengths to create something truly memorable and magical. The worst-case scenario (and the more likely of the two) involves a remarkable…

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