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Honda Recalling More Than a Million Vehicles

Honda Recalling More Than a Million Vehicles

Honda is recalling about 1.5 million vehicles in the United States to update the software that controls the automatic transmission. The recall affects certain 2005-2010 4-cylinder Accord, 2007-2010 CR-V and 2005-2008 Element vehicles. In a statement, the company said that without the updated software, the…

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Improved Bocce Courts Part of Crocker Amazon Park Revitalization

Improved Bocce Courts Part of Crocker Amazon Park Revitalization

The bocce ball courts at San Francisco’s Crocker Amazon Park have been renovated, part of a $265,000 project that also includes installing a new water-saving irrigations system. City Recreation and Park Department officials said the improvements to the courts include exterior screens, roof repairs, new…

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Help me, Help you

Help me, Help you

You know how to speak Spanish, play trumpet and design a backyard garden, but you also need a lift to the airport next week. Instead of shelling out money for a shuttle bus, use your talents to get you to your destination. With a website…

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Preview: Steffi, Mike Huckaby at Public Works

Preview: Steffi, Mike Huckaby at Public Works

Public Works, As You Like It, No Way Back, Donuts joined forces to put together a bill featuring the likes of artists whose supreme sense of dance music will leave SF craving more. Read on to learn a little bit about the headliners and get…

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Famed SF Restaurant Reopens

Famed SF Restaurant Reopens

It might be one of the most scenic views from a restaurant in San Francisco, sitting above the Sutro Baths. And now, after a lengthy renovation, the venerable Louis’ Restaurant has reopened for business this week. In June, the Richmond SF blog had a nice…

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Vegan Berkeley Bakery Turns One

Vegan Berkeley Bakery Turns One

Berkeley vegan gourmet bakery Cinnaholic is celebrating its one year anniversary on Sunday by offering customers their famous “Old Skool” cinnamon rolls for a buck. The bakery produces high quality and vegan gourmet cinnamon rolls, with over 30 different flavors of frostings and toppings. The…

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Pizza Hacker Shut Down??

Pizza Hacker Shut Down??

More news from the Twitter world late last night as Jeff Krupman, aka the Pizza Hacker, has been shut down by the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Krupman had made Bloodhound a regular stop on his schedule, making pizzas for the masses every Thursday…

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FELA! is Coming

FELA! is Coming

Mark your calendar for the arrival of a sensational Broadway performance that’s already hit three continents. Beginning in late September individual tickets will go on sale for the San Francisco production of FELA!, which was nominated for 11 Tony awards last year and won three…

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Gig Alert: Feist at The Warfield

Gig Alert: Feist at The Warfield

Attention Feist Fans! Our favorite indie-rock gal is making a pit stop at The Warfield on November 14th, as part of her 20-date world tour and pre-sale tickets are available today. If you have a pre-sale password, you can snag tickets now HERE. Otherwise, you’ll…

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Win Tickets to J*DaVeY

Win Tickets to J*DaVeY

With the onslaught of music festivals and concerts coming up, we’re giving you a little cushion by offering a chance to win free tickets to check out hip-hop/jazz duo J*DaVeY tomorrow night at The New Parish. J*DaVeY will perform with Kayrn Paige & The Scoundrels…

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Tonight: All the Apparatus @ Rockit Room

Tonight: All the Apparatus @ Rockit Room

Fans of Gogol Bordello and Beirut, please step forward: Portland, OR’s self-proclaimed 11-piece “Avant-garde dirty gypsy klezmer jazz indie anti-folk rock”-ers All The Apparatus take the stage tonight at the Rockit Room. The band’s sophomore, self-titled effort dropped this year on Faultvo Records — it’s…

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Movie Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Movie Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

A reboot, remake, and prequel all rolled up one, Rise of the Planet of the Apes arrives this weekend just in time to counteract end-of-summer malaise in and out of movie theaters. Directed by Rupert Wyatt (The Escapist) with visual effects, including the title characters…

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