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DJ Q&A: Conor

DJ Q&A: Conor

Conor has been involved in the SF rave scene since the 90s and continues to keep himself busy as a DJ and promoter today. Recently he and Solar have stirred up excitement with their party this Friday at Public Works, presented by No Way Back, which…

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The BART Debacle- Were Lessons Learned?

The BART Debacle- Were Lessons Learned?

I was fortunate enough (heavy in sarcasm) to be one of the thousands of commuters stuck on a BART train on Monday night heading home from work. And while it never got me too upset, it raises a number of questions about the transit agency….

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Mission District News

Mission District News

What’s going down in the Mission this week? The Dolores Park dilemma, a couple of arrests, scenes From “Valencia: The Movie”, and the pitfalls of red curb parking. You can find out about all this and more in this week’s Mission Local News… Here are…

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Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

It’s amazing that chef Elizabeth Falkner has time for anything right now. Along with her duties at Orson, she has overseen the move of Citizen Cake to its current location on Fillmore Street and is now in the process of reorganizing the restaurant (including renaming…

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The Bay Area’s Obsession With Anthony Bourdain

The Bay Area’s Obsession With Anthony Bourdain

If you are a foodie here in the Bay Area and keep up with the latest news, you will probably know that Anthony Bourdain was in town this week filming for his new Travel Channel show, “The Layover.” Food writers, bloggers and local food industry…

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Need New Dancing Shoes? Win a Pair from Chrome & SF Station

Need New Dancing Shoes?  Win a Pair from Chrome & SF Station

SF Station and Chrome have teamed up once again to offer you something pretty essential to your every day life…dancing shoes! Well, you can use them for everyday activities as well, like walking to class or to work or biking over the bridge and through…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

While artists from all over will be heading to the Bay Area this weekend to play Outside Lands, you can also catch some of them in smaller club venues during this music-packed weekend. Thurs, Aug 11 Popscene ft. Zoot Woman @ Rickshaw Stop Pop music…

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Jane on Fillmore

Jane on Fillmore

Meet Jane. No, not a red-head with freckles, but a coffee shop in Pac Heights serving up pastries for breakfast and salads and paninis for lunch. Oh, and Four Barrel Coffee for $2 a cup with unlimited refills. Located on the pricey block of Fillmore…

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Complete Outside Lands Menu

Complete Outside Lands Menu

Don’t expect run of the mill festival food when Outside Lands returns to Golden Gate Park tomorrow. Foodies will be pleased with the extensive list of local eateries at the three-day festival. Check out the complete menu lineup after the jump. Outside Lands food options:…

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‘Jaws’ Screening in Dolores Park

‘Jaws’ Screening in Dolores Park

Still mourning the loss of Dolores Park Movie Nights? This may help take away some of the sting. Film Night in the Park will be making at an appearance at Dolores Park this Saturday as part of their 2011 series of free outdoor films. They…

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‘Grease’ Sing-A-Long at the Castro Theatre

‘Grease’ Sing-A-Long at the Castro Theatre

Attention all Pink Ladies, T-Birds, Greasers, and Beauty School Dropouts! This weekend the historic Castro Theatre will be screening Grease, the 70s musical about teens in the 50s that taught us to leather up if you don’t want to be left out. But this is no ordinary…

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Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

A sad day for the Bay Area as the founder of one of the most well-known charitable organizations has passed away. Ruth Brinker, who founded Project Open Hand, passed away on Monday at the Eden Valley Assisted Living Center in San Francisco. She was 89…

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