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Redd, Red Wine

Redd, Red Wine

Going up to Napa anytime soon? You’d be a fool to miss out on Redd in scenic Yountville (6480 Washington St). With a can’t-miss shortlist of scrumptious small plates, you’ll get to indulge your senses on several creative reconfigurations of culinary classics…like their take on…

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You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

With all of the hype surrounding the first day of Coachella, it was easy to miss some sad news from You Say Party! last Friday. A year after drummer Devon Clifford unexpectedly passed away, its surviving members are going on indefinite hiatus. “We’re gonna stop…

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Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Pulse critic Matt Forsman weighs in on  Broken Social Scene’s recent performance at The Warfield. Pulse critic Matt Forsman weighs in on Broken Social Scene’s recent performance at The Warfield: In somewhat predictable fashion, Broken Social Scene delivered a veritable indie rock symphony when the…

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Pilot Program Recommended to Connect Cabs, Smartphones

Pilot Program Recommended to Connect Cabs, Smartphones

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has proposed a pilot program that would allow smartphone users to see a map of available cabs and instantly contact and request the nearest taxi. According to the San Francisco Examiner, the $400,000 program would be a joint effort…

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Get Full on Soul at Brenda’s

Get Full on Soul at Brenda’s

Lunch time is the right time–and definitely the safest, as well – to make your way over to the best New Orleans-style restaurant in the city, located in one of the seediest sections of San Francisco. Brenda’s French Soul Food (652 Polk Street) is in…

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Review: Rusko

Review: Rusko

“It’s my 14th birthday today,” a young girl adorned in sequins proclaimed as I walked into Fox Theater’s bathroom. As the gaggle of adolescents screamed in unison, I wasn’t sure if I was actually here to see Rusko, or celebrate a coming of age. With…

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Government Looks to Tackle Lost Luggage Complaints

Government Looks to Tackle Lost Luggage Complaints

Sitting at San Francisco International Airport as I write this, having just paid $20 to put my luggage on my flight (thanks Delta), I hate to even think, what would happen if my luggage is lost? According to an article in the San Francisco Examiner,…

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New Mixtape: Donnis’ Southern Lights

New Mixtape: Donnis’ Southern Lights

Donnis is no newcomer to the hip hop game, spending the last few years compiling a number of mixtapes, joining various indie-flavored tours, and last June releasing his first EP, Fashionably Late. He returns to San Francisco this Saturday immediately following the release of his…

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SF Street Art: Clarion Alley II

SF Street Art: Clarion Alley II

This mural in Clarion Alley is truly of epic proportions. Painted on a two story San Francisco home facing Clarion Alley, these bunnies with wings make a stunning addition to the street art landscape.

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Look for Little Scream’s Golden Tickets

Look for Little Scream’s Golden Tickets

Little Scream’s latest album, The Golden Record, was just released on Tuesday and tucked within 70 albums will be a golden ticket. While you will not be granted access to the magical and wonderful kingdom of Willy Wonka with this ticket, you will be entitled…

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DJ Q&A: Samo Sound Boy

DJ Q&A: Samo Sound Boy

When he was 20 years old and living in Argentina, Samo Sound Boy learned to DJ at a club called Fugees 99 for just a few pesos. Catch him opening for Zombie Nation April 22nd at Mighty. With so many types of music surrounding him…

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Nickel and Dimed

Nickel and Dimed

MoneyRates.com conducted a study that detailed the most difficult states (and best) in which to make a living. You may have a higher salary in one state than another but find your standard of living much lower. And guess what? California is the 4th worst…

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