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Alcoholic Artistry at John Colins Cocktail Lounge

Alcoholic Artistry at John Colins Cocktail Lounge

Classy cocktails and live music are the building blocks of a great evening at John Colins, tucked away in a historic section of the Financial District. With an impressive list of inventive libations–almost all of which are under 10$–this local favorite provides high-quality nightlife at…

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Are You There, Litquake? It’s Me, Chelsea!

Are You There, Litquake? It’s Me, Chelsea!

On August 17th tickets went on sale for super sassy comedian and bestselling author Chelsea Handler’s Litquake appearance. She will be at San Francisco’s Litquake on October 13th at the Z Space Theater to discuss details of her life as multi-tasking performer, author and vodka…

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Video: Nas on Illmatic

Video: Nas on Illmatic

Nas isn’t doing much press work while he’s on tour with Rock the Bells, but he opened up to one shoe company (and probably a cool pay check) about his classic first album Illmatic. Nas performs Illmatic in its entirety at Rock the Bells on…

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Deadmau5, Little Dragon Return

Deadmau5, Little Dragon Return

Didn’t get enough Deadmau5 or Little Dragon at Outside Lands last week. Both are back this October for San Francisco tour stops. Little Dragon is back first for a show at Mezzanine on October 8th, while Deadmau5 will bring the party back downtown at Bill…

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Movie Review: Conan the Barbarian

Movie Review: Conan the Barbarian

Conan the Barbarian is yet another in a series of disappointing remakes from director Marcus Nispel. As a director, Marcus Nispel’s oeuvre, comprised primarily of abysmal remakes (e.g., Friday the 13th, Pathfinder, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre),  doesn’t inspire confidence. His latest, another remake/re-adaptation of Robert…

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San Francisco Reigns Supreme

San Francisco Reigns Supreme

The HuffingtonPost ranked world cities on the basis of Michelin stars per capita with more than 100,000 residents. And how did our beloved City do? San Francisco ranks 16th in the world (tops in the US) for quality restaurants using Michelin Stars per capita as…

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Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Bay Area electropop duo The Limousines, popular for declaring that “the kids are disco dancing, they’re tired of rock n’ roll,” spread that message throughout their energetic, catchy tunes and especially fun live performances. As producer, Giovanni Giusti creates the catchy beats over which Eric…

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Time Travelers – This Week’s Street Style!

Time Travelers – This Week’s Street Style!

It looks like we’ve been stuck in a time warp as we see looks inspired from the past and future in Street Style vol. 44.

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Alamo Square Flea Market

Alamo Square Flea Market

This Saturday come check out the 28th Annual Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Flea Market, a giant sale with neighborhood vendors offering antiques, art and vintage items. Indie Mart joins in on the fun to offer even more unique and inexpensive finds from local crafters. There…

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Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

I’ve always taken pride in the fact that a little spot in my my neighborhood has won praise from the New York Times and Yahoo! Travel. I’m talking about Chile Pies (& Ice Cream), the little shop from the owners of Green Chile Kitchen up…

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Beer Review: Deschutes Conflux No.2 Belgian IPA

Beer Review: Deschutes Conflux No.2 Belgian IPA

This month City Beer Store has special collaboration ales on tap. Among them is Deschutes and Boulevard Brewing Conflux No.2 Belgian style IPA. Combining the former’s expertise at making hoppy ales and the latter’s expertise at making Belgian style Witbiers, what results is an ale…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The madness that was Outside Lands may be behind us but there is just as much music to rock out to this weekend including a future funk quartet, hip hop hero DJ Cosmo Baker, true progressive house with Morgan Page, and more! Thursday, August 18…

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