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Lucca Ravioli Co.

Lucca Ravioli Co.

Lucca Delicatessen on Valencia. It’s a little taste of Italy right when you walk in the door. Imported anitpasta, sardines, olives, and wines straight from Italy. The spicy and mild Italian sausage is made by New York Sausage Company out of San Jose, they are…

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Video: LA Font, “Fine Lines”

Video: LA Font, “Fine Lines”

I had the good fortune to jam with LA Font (that’s el-a-phont) bassist Greg Katz back in early 2009, and a few months later the garage rock quartet were creeping up on the local Echo Park/Silverlake scene. Now they’re no longer creeping. “Fine Lines” is…

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Review: Britney Spears in San Francisco

Review: Britney Spears in San Francisco

Britney Spears filled the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium today for a three-song concert that was stretched to more than an hour while Good Morning America cameras caught the action. When she was on stage, Britney looked great. Appearing in a skimpy sliver sequin skirt, a…

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Hot Track: Rubblebucket

Hot Track: Rubblebucket

A tight, bouncy bass line, chicken-scratch guitar, a subtle horn section, and a sweet vocal melody greet you with this track from Brooklyn’s Rubblebucket. Suddenly, it seams, everything is going to be all right with this optimistic tune. Led my music power couple bandleader/trumpeter Alex…

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Event: Whiskies of the World Expo

Event: Whiskies of the World Expo

Get your whiskey on this weekend at the Whiskies of the World Expo. After all, who doesn’t like a nice scotch on the rocks at the end of a long, dreary week. This year’s event which will be held on Saturday, March 26, 2011, on…

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Video: Parkour in the Presidio

Video: Parkour in the Presidio

Check out the beautiful moves of parkour filmed around SF. From The Richmond Blog, “Some Parkour pros were in the city recently and while they didn’t fling through the Richmond District, they were in our neighboring Presidio where they made full use of the old…

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Smitten Ice Cream Set to Open First Shop

Smitten Ice Cream Set to Open First Shop

Robyn Sue Goldman is finally parking her red Radio Flyer wagon at a more permanent location. Starting Smitten Ice Cream in late 2009, she developed a one-of-a-kind ice cream machine (known as Kelvin) that could make ice cream from scratch in 60 seconds. The machine,…

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The Five Best Places to Get Your Party On Tonight

The Five Best Places to Get Your Party On Tonight

Friday is here, rain and wind be damned! It’s time to shake off that cabin fever, forget about the raindrops, and feel a little heat for once. Gold Panda @ 103 Harriet Gold Panda is on fire right now with three new EPs and remixes…

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Mission’s Giant Value Sold

Mission’s Giant Value Sold

Real Estate mogul Gus Murad, who owns Medjool, Elements hostel, New Mission Theater and, until recently, Giant Value, sold the property to Oyster Development who turn plans to build condos and retail space on the site. And you can bet those condos won’t be a…

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Casting Call: Kitchen Nightmares

Casting Call: Kitchen Nightmares

Do you enjoy watching celebrity chef and “American Idol” fan Gordon Ramsay yell at people? Does the sight of him making kitchen staff crumble into tears give you a warm schadenfreude-y glow? Yes? Then consider nominating your favorite fledgling restaurant for “Kitchen Nightmares”. The producers…

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Gift Certificates for Coats at McCormick & Kuleto’s

Gift Certificates for Coats at McCormick & Kuleto’s

With only a week left in March, it means you still have time to help those in need while also getting a gift for yourself. During the entire month of March, McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant in San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square is collecting new or…

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I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I Remember the First Time I Ever…

On today’s exciting blogisode I’m introducing a new series called “I Remember the 1st Time I Ever…” an exciting new way to reminisce about your most memorable culinary adventures. I remember the first time I ever ate a SpruceBurger from Spruce over in Laurel Heights….

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