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Sneakin’ and Peekin’

Sneakin’ and Peekin’

Pen Pop: Dirty Harry sneaking through the back alleys and peeking into the seedy underbelly of the city. But I’m just skimming the surface of the city’s dirty windows. Lots of color but no Hot Mary. Maybe because I’m wandering in Soma and the Mission?…

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BART’s Seat Lab

BART’s Seat Lab

Today (10am -4pm) in Justin Herman Plaza, BART is conducting a “seat lab” for their New Train Car project where they’re asking the public’s input on what they would like to new trains to look and feel like. If you hate the current BART car…

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Fresh & Easy opens in The Richmond

Fresh & Easy opens in The Richmond

After months of waiting, UK chain Fresh & Easy has finally opened up its first SF branch in the Richmond district (32nd Avenue and Clement). The store specializes in fresh, prepared food items and affordable, quality produce. As their coupons state, “wholesome food, not whole…

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DaVinci Heads to Saturn

DaVinci Heads to Saturn

Fillmore wordsmith DaVinci is back with “Pangea,” a smoky riff on keyboardist Dexter Wansel’s “Rings of Saturn.” The rapper dropped the track in support of the scheduled July release of his EP Feast Or Famine. The inspiration for the track via his publicist: “The soundscape…

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Budget Wrangling Continues in Sacramento

Budget Wrangling Continues in Sacramento

Last week, California’s Democratic leaders sent Governor Jerry Brown a majority-vote budget plan, beating a mandated June 15 deadline to have a balanced budget in place. Less than 24 hours later, Brown vetoed the plan and said “he wouldn’t sign a budget filled with gimmicks.”…

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Bánh Mì So Happy

Bánh Mì So Happy

The ever-popular Bánh mì sandwich is a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and–according to several reputable sources–some of the nation’s best can be found at Saigon Sandwich (560 Larkin Street) in the Tenderloin, fittingly. This delightful snack is also one of the cheapest meals around, with…

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The Story of Project Open Hand’s Peanut Butter

The Story of Project Open Hand’s Peanut Butter

It may be a simple item in our everyday lives. But the story of how peanut butter has changed Project Open Hand in San Francisco is truly amazing. Director Brad Tangonan and producer Nick Read offered a screening of their short film about the organization’s…

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Summer Means One Thing: Ice Cream!!

Summer Means One Thing: Ice Cream!!

Summer is finally here! The Bay Area has been waiting for the weather to start to heat up and it has this week. But with the hot weather, many might be looking for a way to cool down. And what better way than enjoying one…

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Pizza Champion

Pizza Champion

Step aside SF Giants, we have another World Champion to boast about: restaurateur and pizza maker Tony Gemignani, who was awarded the “Best in the World” title at the 10th Annual World Championships of Pizza Makers in Naples, Italy. Gemignani took home the title in…

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BART to Nix Late Night Service Experiment?

BART to Nix Late Night Service Experiment?

After what seemed like decades of riders begging BART to increase late-night service, the transportation authority looked to have finally relented by saying they would conduct a little experiment by shifting Friday service one measly hour from 12:30am to 1:30am. However, this time change also…

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Hot Track: CSS is Back for Summer

Hot Track: CSS is Back for Summer

Just in time for summer, CSS is back with a brand new tropical synth-pop jam. You’ll have to donate your email address to the band for access to “Hits Me Like A Rock,” the first single off the band’s new album La Liberación, but we…

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Win Tickets to See the Kooks at Slim's

Win Tickets to See the Kooks at Slim's

Kook’s are back in SF for a gig at Slim’s tomorrow, and we have a pair to give away to one lucky winner. The UK lads are making stops in SF, LA, and NYC before they head to Europe for the summer festival circuit and…

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