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Video: The Salad Slaves

Video: The Salad Slaves

Just beyond the beaches of Spain’s Costa del Sol are industrial greenhouses where African migrants work in extreme conditions to grow fresh produce for consumers in the UK, Germany, and Holland. [via The Food Section] http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/video/2011/feb/07/food-spain-migrants

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Best Super Bowl Commercials 2011

Best Super Bowl Commercials 2011

With the Green Bay Packers taking Super Bowl XLV 31-25 over the Pittsburgh Steelers, we’re now left with collecting in on bets, complaining about the sleepy first half and the over-produced Half-Time show (with a heavily auto-tuned Black Eyed Peas) and, of course, talking about…

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Q&A: DJ Enki of the Oakland Faders

Q&A: DJ Enki of the Oakland Faders

Straight outta Oakland, DJ Enki of the Oakland Faders recently spoke with SF Station’s Christina Li and discussed the Oakland scene, some of his favorite parties, and his technique for making themed mixtapes. “We pride ourselves on our versatility in both music and presentation, and…

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Zeitgeist (temporarily) Closes

Zeitgeist (temporarily) Closes

The Mecca of dive bars, Zeitgeist, is cleaning up their act, and as such will be closing its door for a couple weeks. But, fear not, it will be reopening just in time for Valentine’s Day. The main crux of the renovations is focused on…

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Another Fire in the Castro

Another Fire in the Castro

San Francisco police said another suspicious fire broke out early Friday morning in the Castro, the fourth such blaze in the last 24 hours. Officers said the fire was reported shortly before 4:15 a.m. at 4222 18th Street, which houses the Eureka Barber Shop. Authorities…

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Weekend Events

Weekend Events

This weekend is chock full of great events. Here are some of the highlights: the Official Twilight Convention, SF Giants Fan Fest 2011, the OK Go Free Rooftop Concert and the Free Museum Weekend. The Official Twilight Convention, Fri Feb 4 – Sun Feb 6…

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Video: How to Tap a Keg

Video: How to Tap a Keg

It’s Superbowl Weekend and the upcoming Beer Week, people, which means it’s time to refresh yourselves on how to tap a keg (properly). And unless you want you and your guests with red plastic cups full of foam and naught else, then listen up and…

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Bringing Il Cane Rosso to the Mission

Bringing Il Cane Rosso to the Mission

Il Cane Rosso chef/owner Lauren Kiino is bringing her talents to the Mission District on Friday night for a special three course meal at Coffee Bar. There will be three seatings, one at 6:00 p.m., at 7:30 and at 9:00. Diners will be able to…

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Album Stream: Bright Eyes

Album Stream: Bright Eyes

Omaha boy wonder Conor Oberst has come pretty far from the days of warbling off-key alone in his bedroom.  His seventh (and possibly final) studio album under the moniker Bright Eyes, The People’s Key drops February 15th on Saddle Creek and features guest musicians from…

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More Money for Electric Car Charging Stations

More Money for Electric Car Charging Stations

Those drivers with electric cars who find it difficult to find spots around the Bay Area at which to charge their vehicles will be pleased that $3.9 million was just just approved by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to increase the number of…

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Morning Beat: Weekend Picks

Morning Beat: Weekend Picks

Friday is here! Relish the fact that you can count the hours to happy hour, and then the party can begin. Start planning with these club/concert options. Tonight: Madlib @ 103 Harriett L.A.-based producer Madlib rides the edge of cutting-edge hip-hop production. From mainstream to…

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Super Bowl Songs

Super Bowl Songs

With the Super Bowl coming up in just a few days, Wiz Khalifa’s ode to Pittsburgh, “Black and Yellow,” is blowing up, and other game-day songs — many of which are extremely bad — are popping up all over the Internet. Have a look at…

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