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Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

18 Reasons hosts an array of super cool and interesting classes, but this one definitely struck my sweettooth eye. Next Wednesday Zohara Mapes, with SF’s own TCHO chocolates, will be giving attendees the insidescoop on being a chocolatier. And you can bet there’ll be plenty…

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Week in Photos: All That Jazz

Week in Photos: All That Jazz

From Ditty Dirty Money to the Fleet Foxes on down to New Orleans, our photogs covered all the bases at local shows and clubs, and beyond. Click the image to see the full gallery. Check out more SF Station galleries.

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A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

One of the most difficult aspects of trying to run a restaurant or small business in SF is the high cost of renting space. But what if you’re a business owner and have a chance to build a temporary space for a few years, then…

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Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

This mural by Chor Boogie is well worth a walk down Market Street! The mural is massive, covering about half a block of prime Market real estate. It’s a great addition to the neighborhood. If you missed his piece in the Indoor Mural Project show…

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Last American Car Dealership in SF Closes

Last American Car Dealership in SF Closes

The last American car dealership – SF Ford Lincoln Mercury on 1595 Van Ness – selling new cars has closed down in SF. Apparently there was a decided lack of interest in U.S. cars. This means that if you live in San Francisco and want…

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Leave Those Cars at Home

Leave Those Cars at Home

Thursday marks the Bay Area’s 17th annual Bike to Work Day. All nine Bay Area counties are participating in the celebration, which is part of National Bike Month. Organizers set up “Energizer Stations” along Bay Area county commuter routes where bikers can stop for refreshments,…

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Preview: Sleepy Sun @ Slim’s

Preview: Sleepy Sun @ Slim’s

San Francisco’s own Sleepy Sun will be spreading the psych this Friday, providing main support to Austin’s The Black Angels at Slims. Still riding the rave reviews surrounding their latest release Fever, the band launched a digital single of the song “Desert God” with an…

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Video: Soul Clap Interview with Electronic Beats

Video: Soul Clap Interview with Electronic Beats

!K7 is an international independent record label which, in March, brought us DJ Kicks from Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap—the DJ pairs who brought us slow and sexy house and disco style dance jams that became popular in the US and across Europe.Their mix…

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Spencer’s Pantry: Fine Dining Catering

Spencer’s Pantry: Fine Dining Catering

I like to cook. I also like to eat. Hosting dinner parties is a simple way to accomplish both. Yet when you have a big event coming up and, frankly, you would rather sit down, open a bottle of slutty Cab and unwind over good conversation, all…

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Food Blogs: A Brief History

Food Blogs: A Brief History

Saveur (every time I even think of Saveur an image of editor and “Top Chef Masters” judge James Oseland’s curdled, scrunched up face pops into my head) blogger Ganda Suthivarakom has traced the history and evolution of food blogs. This is kind of awesome. It…

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Yellow Pages Ban

Yellow Pages Ban

Those unwieldy bricks also known as the Yellow Pages may finally be out of our lives for good. Unless you request yours, the Board of Supervisors is one step closer to banning the delivery of unwanted phone directories. Of course, the final vote is next…

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Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

San Francisco is no longer the gayest city in America. It’s not even in the top ten of gayest cities. The Daily Show investigates. The Daily Show – Minneapolis Is the New GayTags: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook

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