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Bay Area Bridges Receive Poor Marks

Bay Area Bridges Receive Poor Marks

A new federal report has found that one in five Bay Area bridges is marked as a high-priority for monitoring and repair. The study by Washington D.C.-based nonprofit Transportation for America found that the region had more “structurally deficient” bridges than the national average. Representatives…

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Blue Fig

Blue Fig

Looking for an unexpected surprise? Disguised as a tiny cafe, Blue Fig’s flavorful food will throw you for a loop. I am a huge breakfast person, as are many locals here in San Francisco. Although it is pretty easy to escape the traditional breakfast menu,…

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Hot Track: AV Club, “Don’t Be Afraid”

Hot Track: AV Club, “Don’t Be Afraid”

AV Club are a group of Los Angeles-based boys who proudly tout the indie/pop rock label and formed as a mashup of now-defunct LA acts Beastlee and Family Tree/Transit State. Their debut EP, Whale Talk boasts a great sense of melody and so many good…

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Phonebooks Protest

Phonebooks Protest

Just say no…to unwanted phonebooks. Most of us in SF got them; I know mine went straight into the recycling bin. And this morning, activists with the group Phonebook Free SF delivered thousands of phonebooks to the doorsteps of AT&T’s downtown office at 739 Folsom…

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Popsicles = a new trend?

Popsicles = a new trend?

It’s been a cloudy, rainy couple weeks in San Francisco, but it did officially become Spring this past Monday. And while summer is a cold, foggy mess here in the city, spring can be a bounty of warm, sun-drenched days. The perfect time to enjoy…

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Chef Chris Cosentino Will Buy you a Beer

Chef Chris Cosentino Will Buy you a Beer

Taste of the Nation is fast approaching and this pre-event will help get you warmed up. Taking place at Incanto tomorrow, Thursday, March 24th, from 5:30 to 8:30pm, you’ll be able to get $10 off TotN tix AND Chef Cosentino will buy a beer for…

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Rally for Public Schools

Rally for Public Schools

There will be a rally this afternoon against the annual recent budget cuts targeting public schools. Taking place in the Excelsior District, there will be a march starting at the SF Community School at 2pm followed by a rally from 3:30 – 4pm at 163…

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Preview: Gold Panda, SBTRKT, and more @ 103 Harriet

Preview: Gold Panda, SBTRKT, and more @ 103 Harriet

Producer Gold Panda headlines a top-notch lineup featuring recent indie favorites SBTRKT, Com Truise, and Loose Shus at 103 Harriet this Friday night. They might not be familiar names yet, but read more now and check out their tracks before they blow up. Gold Panda,…

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Indian Street Food Pop-up – Tonight!

Indian Street Food Pop-up – Tonight!

The folks at Kasa Eatery have been hosting a pop-up at The Corner (18th and Mission) on Wednesdays in March (next week will be the last Kasa pop-up there). Tonight the theme is The Perfect Indian Wedding: Vegan Indian Food. Yum! It’s a $20 prix-fixe…

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New Parklets Pop Up

New Parklets Pop Up

Eight new parklets have been approved by the city with nine more in varying stages of approval. As the SF Examiner tweeted: “More San Francisco parking spots to be converted to parklets.” Each mini park takes up roughly 2 parking spots. But, hey, at least…

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Preview: Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers

Preview: Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers

Brooklyn’s Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers are about to embark on a four week tour with Acid Mothers Temple. We caught up with Shilpa, the group’s lead vocalist, blues driver, and harmonium pounder in the midst of SXSW madness. Catch her and the Happy…

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Hot Track: Eastern Phoebes, “Country Club”

Hot Track: Eastern Phoebes, “Country Club”

Is it a long-lost Of Montreal B-side? No, it’s Eastern Phoebes. I ran across these Long Island lovers/indie-pop duo while scouring SF Craigslist musicians results for the word “indie.” They had posted a link to their Bandcamp, which houses a free download of their debut…

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