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New Mixes from DJs Vin Sol, Richie Panic, and Charles McCloud

New Mixes from DJs Vin Sol, Richie Panic, and Charles McCloud

Looking for a last-minute party tonight? Local heavyweight DJs Vin Sol, Richie Panic, and Charles McCloud present the second edition of their monthly event Relax Relate Release at 222 Hyde this evening. If you can’t make it, chill at home with a couple mixes. The…

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Zpizza Opens with FREE slices

Zpizza Opens with FREE slices

There’s a new pizzeria in town. One based on local, organic and fresh ingredients. This artisanal pizzeria is having its grand opening tomorrow and in honor they are offering up free slices and fountain drinks tomorrow, Friday March 25, 11-12pm and 5-6pm. Zpizza only uses…

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DJ Q&A: Shigeto

DJ Q&A: Shigeto

Part of the famous Ghostly International family, Zach Saginaw, better known as Shigeto, produces and performs ethereal music most closely associated to instrumental hip hop. Catch him performing with Mount Kimbie and Matthew David at the Mezzanine on April 2nd. With roots stemming from his…

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Preview: Saw Doctors @ Slim’s (there will be beer!)

Preview: Saw Doctors @ Slim’s (there will be beer!)

Hailing from a small town called Tuam in county Galway on the west coast of Ireland, The Saw Doctors are arguably one of Ireland’s biggest bands. Grab a pint and celebrate the return of Slim’s liquor license at their show this Friday. Never heard of…

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New Wine Service Offered by A16 and SPQR

New Wine Service Offered by A16 and SPQR

Shelley Lindgren, the wine director and co-owner of San Francisco’s A16 and SPQR, is making it easier for customers to grab that favorite bottle of wine that they haven’t been able to track down. After years of having patrons ask about those obscure Italian wines…

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Video: TVOTR “Will Do”

Video: TVOTR “Will Do”

With only two short weeks before TV on the Radio releases it’s new album, the band just debuted its latest video “Nine Types of Light.” Look out for the release of Nine Types of Light on April 12th and all sorts of cool pre-order options…

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Tuk Tuk 2 Go

Tuk Tuk 2 Go

North Beach is home to great bars and of course a slew of flashy, if-not-always-palatable, Italian fare. If you live in this neighborhood you know you’ve gotta poke around to find local spots with consistently delicious and affordable food in what is a notoriously-touristy part…

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Court Refuses to Allow Gay Marriages During Appeal

Court Refuses to Allow Gay Marriages During Appeal

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled to not allow same-sex marriages to take place in California while it considers the constitutionality of the state’s ban. The court reaffirmed an order it issued last August, suspending Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling…

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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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