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NOLA Bounce Arrives in SF With Big Freedia

NOLA Bounce Arrives in SF With Big Freedia

While bounce music may be vaguely heard outside of New Orleans, Big Freedia is about to change that while taking the world by storm with her vibrant energy and personable charm. She’ll be hitting San Francisco this Thursday with a live performance at Public Works…

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Thousands Attend San Jose Street Food Festival

Thousands Attend San Jose Street Food Festival

Having grown up in San Jose and living here most of my life, I know firsthand that the culinary scene does not really match up with the rest of the Bay Area. The pickings are usually pretty slim if you are looking for one of…

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San Francisco Chronicle Considers Paywall for Online Material

San Francisco Chronicle Considers Paywall for Online Material

The Hearst Corporation is considering a paywall for sfgate.com, the online portal for the San Francisco Chronicle. The Bay Citizen reports that staffers who have been briefed on the company’s plans said it is part of a “broad, new digital strategy for the paper.” Hearst…

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Southwest Cancels More Flights

Southwest Cancels More Flights

Southwest Airlines canceled 70 more flights nationwide, including several in the Bay Area on Monday, as inspections continue on the airline’s Boeing 737s. About 600 flights were canceled over the weekend, this after a five foot long hole opened up mid-flight on a Southwest jet…

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Video: Zion I & The Grouch

Video: Zion I & The Grouch

Step into the lab with Zion I & The Grouch with the latest video from their album Heroes and the Healing of the Nation, “Drop it on the One.” Look out for more from Zion I and The Grouch as the tour the U.S. with…

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SF Chef: Ian Marks of The Beast and the Hare

SF Chef: Ian Marks of The Beast and the Hare

Sit down with Ian Marks, head chef and co-owner of the new Mission eatery, The Beast and the Hare, and you feel instantly at ease.  The red-haired chef flashes a mischievous smile and speaks with his hands, exuding warmth, genuine friendliness, and an almost kid-like…

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Preview: A Rocket to the Moon @ Bottom of the Hill

Preview: A Rocket to the Moon @ Bottom of the Hill

The latest in MTV-fueled, baby-faced pop rock is about to hit the West Coast. Moms, hold onto your daughters, A Rocket to the Moon is coming to San Francisco on April 6th alongside Valencia, Anarbor and Runner Runner. Lead singer Nick Santino took a moment…

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TEDxPresidio Shifting From Code Red To Code Green

TEDxPresidio Shifting From Code Red To Code Green

If you’re reading this it’s likely that you’re already aware of TED talks. Teachers use them as study guides in college – Apple uses TED‘s website on many of their iPad ads that litter the city’s bus stops and highway billboards. TED is a highly…

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Nationwide Bakesale Held for Japan

Nationwide Bakesale Held for Japan

A national bakesale is being held on Saturday to benefit victims from the Japan earthquake and tsunami. The event features both professional and amateur bakers and involves many bakeries and restaurants throughout the Bay Area. Along with selling baked goods, many of the businesses will…

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San Francisco to Test Bike Boxes

San Francisco to Test Bike Boxes

San Francisco is now part of a national study on the effectiveness of bike boxes. Earlier this week, city transportation crews installed four green bike boxes on Market Street – two at the intersection of 9th Street and two at Van Ness Avenue. Another is…

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Giants Fan Seriously Injured Following Attack

Giants Fan Seriously Injured Following Attack

Los Angeles police are looking for two men who beat and critically injured a San Francisco Giants fan in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after the opening day game. Authorities said two men in Dodgers clothing followed three men in Giants gear as they walked…

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Judge Tosses Out Extortion Lawsuit Against Yelp

Judge Tosses Out Extortion Lawsuit Against Yelp

A federal judge has dismissed a class action lawsuit that accused Yelp of extortion. But Judge Marilyn Hall Patel is giving plaintiffs a month to refile their complaint. Patel ruled that the original suit failed to back up claims from small business owners that the…

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