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U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

The U2 touring juggernaut arrives in Oakland tonight for a concert experience that is nothing short of amazing. After a yearlong wait while Bono recovered from back surgery, I caught the band in May with +72,000 other people when the 360 Tour stopped in Denver….

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Tragedy Strikes SF Fire Department

Tragedy Strikes SF Fire Department

For the first time in nearly a decade, two San Francisco firefighters have died in the line of duty, fighting a two-alarm blaze last week in the city’s Diamond Heights neighborhood. 48-year-old Lieutenant Vincent Perez died shortly after being taken to San Francisco General Hospital…

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Band to watch: The Apache Relay

Band to watch: The Apache Relay

The Apache Relay’s new album, American Nomad, is the perfect selection for anyone who refuses to categorize their musical tastes by genre. It’s an amazing mix of motown, country, rock, soul, and acoustic influences that make you feel free to like whatever you please. This…

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Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

There are few (if any) things I love more than brunch. It’s the perfect way to decompress and replenish after a night of drinking and dancing. Of all the brunch spots in our beautiful city, my unparalleled favorite is Bar Tartine on Valencia. You can…

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30 Years Later: What We Have Learned About AIDS

30 Years Later: What We Have Learned About AIDS

Sunday marked the 30th anniversary of the first cases of AIDS being reported in the United States. And although there is plenty of work still left to do, hope has never been brighter for finding a cure. The latest example of that growing hope is…

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Pasties!

Pasties!

Pen Pop: Tried to get out of the Mission, didn’t make it past SOMA. Awesome Punk isn’t the usual flat square and looks to be made for a fire hydrant. Cheating Death is Nothing New on the former New School building on Valencia. Arabesque on…

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Win Tickets to Harmony Festival

Win Tickets to Harmony Festival

The Coachella of Wine Country arrives this weekend with Harmony Festival, a three-day bash featuring Michael Franti and Spearhead, the Flaming Lips, Primus, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and more. Find out how to win a pair of tickets after the jump. Leave a…

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Paul K: Going Mediterranean in Hayes Valley

Paul K: Going Mediterranean in Hayes Valley

I like restaurants with white table linens, where the staff folds your napkin back into neat triangles when you get up and replenish your pita basket without you having to ask. Paul K Restaurant in Hayes Valley has all of this, along with a special…

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Celebrate A Fortnight of Fine-Dining

Celebrate A Fortnight of Fine-Dining

San Francisco’s ever-popular biannual event, Dine About Town jumped off to an exciting start on June 1st and will continue for two full weeks. During that time, participating restaurants throughout the city will be offering 2-course lunches for $17.95 and 3-course dinners for $34.95. Oh,…

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New Video: Kanye West "Monster"

New Video: Kanye West "Monster"

Get ready for a WTF moment. After early footage leaked months ago and caused a stir on the Internet, the final cut for Kanye West’s “Monster” video is finally out. Never one to shy from an opportunity for controversy, Yeezy is back at it with…

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Hot Track: The Ross Sea Party, "Broken Arrows"

Hot Track: The Ross Sea Party, "Broken Arrows"

LA indie rock quintet The Ross Sea Party passed thru the Haight last week on the tail end of their West Coast tour, taking the middle slot at Milk Bar and managing to grab the attention of the Thursday-is-the-new-Friday crowd. They opened with the driving…

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Fri: Too Many Hearts, Not Enough Love

Fri: Too Many Hearts, Not Enough Love

Pen Pop: How could one deny that darling eye? A love-lorn shark pops the question at the terminus of the N-Judah. And at once hearts pop up around the city. A red one atop a hydrant, a pierced one on a mailbox, a yellow yarn…

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