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Tamale Lady Birthday Bash

Tamale Lady Birthday Bash

Nothing says par-tay like a bunch of tamales and beer. And that is exactly what you’re going to get tonight at Zeitgeist in celebration of the Tamale Lady’s birthday. Movies, music (courtesy of the Goat Family), food and drink specials. Details: Zeitgeist, 199 Valencia @…

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Lovin’ Locanda: First Sips

Lovin’ Locanda: First Sips

If you’re a lover of Valencia Street (and what tattoo-sporting San Franciscan isn’t?) you’ve surely noticed the swanky new eatery tucked between Bar Tartine and Casanova. Its name: Locanda. Its story: hip, modern, and full of offal-centric delicious Italian fare. Created by Craig and Annie…

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New Video: Moe Green "707"

New Video: Moe Green "707"

One of the most hyped new hip hop artists out, Moe Green debuts an R&B-tinged video the week his new EP Lionheart drops. R&B is coming back with a vengeance as it seeps its’ way into music of all types with an influx of new…

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Thao & Mirah’s Guide to SF

Thao & Mirah’s Guide to SF

With a pair of acoustic guitars, interesting melodic exchanges, and a little production help from tUnE-yArDs’ Merrill Garbus, Thao Nguyen and Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn, both well known for separate projects, have joined forces at Thao & Mirah to spread some summer love with a…

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Quarterly Magazine Set to Launch From Momofuku Chef David Chang

Quarterly Magazine Set to Launch From Momofuku Chef David Chang

Some call him outspoken and brash. He is famous for his “figs on a plate” comment about San Francisco restaurants. But Momofuku chef David Chang doesn’t really give a #*!* what anyone thinks of him or his new project, Lucky Peach. Chang has teamed up…

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Summer is Finally Here!!

Summer is Finally Here!!

Yes, Tuesday is officially the first day of summer. And it seems like the weather gods were just waiting for that declaration to bring us the weather we’ve all been waiting for. Temperatures are expected to hit the upper 80’s in San Francisco and mid…

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Everyday Art

Everyday Art

Everyday art surrounds us. The Mission District provides an outdoor art gallery for everyone. These pieces take a unique look to the city, the earth, and the people that surround us.

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Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

As we told you last week, taxi drivers are planning to strike Tuesday afternoon at San Francisco City Hall. Although it is uncertain exactly how many cabbies will participate, most officials said it will not be a huge burden on customers as the time of…

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Pinnipeds

Pinnipeds

Pen Pop: San Francisco’s best animal? Sure there are dogs and cats and possibly birds. An SF Sea Lion beats them all. This guy is too cool for school and hanging out in the Tenderloin. Here’s a perfect combo of bubble eyes and truism on…

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Sandra Bernhard to Headline Pride Celebration

Sandra Bernhard to Headline Pride Celebration

Known for her witty and acerbic comedy, musical performances, one-woman shows and candidness, Sandra Bernhard has been delighting fans across the country since the 70’s. SF has been one of her favorite stomping grounds and she is making it back to the Bay Area as…

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John Vanderslice & Magik*Magik Orchestra at The Herbst Theater

John Vanderslice & Magik*Magik Orchestra at The Herbst Theater

John Vanderslice celebrated the three-year anniversary of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Friday by performing two dazzling sets backed by the 30-piece ensemble and choir at the Herbst Theater. To say it was magical is an understatement. To say it was Magik*Magik-al is pretty much on point….

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Great Highway Closed

Great Highway Closed

If you’re looking to travel down the Great Highway (and taking advantage of this amazing weather to hit the beach) then head’s up: the two southbound lanes will be closed starting today through Friday, 3pm (you know, when the weather turns cold again) for sand…

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