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Nate Dogg Remembered

Nate Dogg Remembered

It’s a sad day for hip-hop fans and those of use who came of age during the birth of the G Funk Era, when rappers like Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Warren G were on top, and if it was a hit, more often then not…

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Nopa

Nopa

Looking for a late-night snack? Or perhaps a comforting dinner after a long evening shift? Or maybe you just like dining European-style? Nopa is the place for you. Located in the Western Addition (NOPA) and open until 1:00am seven days a week, Nopa is the…

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Pazzia

Pazzia

People have been telling me some really good things about Pazzia – a pizzeria over in the SOMA. From what I heard this place is like a true Italian family-style dinner. “Great wine and loud conversations” was the exact quote described to me by an…

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Preview: Road2Ultra

Preview: Road2Ultra

As a third of electronic music superstar group Rabbit in the Moon since the early 90s, David Christophere is well known throughout the club scene. While the group may not be performing together any longer, he’s still heating up dancefloors across the world with killer…

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Sit/Lie Ban in Effect

Sit/Lie Ban in Effect

If you’re hanging out on the sidewalks in San Francisco with wild abandon between the hours of 7am – 11pm, you’ll need to get up or risk being fined up to $500 and/or get 30 days in jail. After all, the Sit/Lie Ban is now…

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VIDEO: SNL Drinks Some High-fructose Corn Syrup

VIDEO: SNL Drinks Some High-fructose Corn Syrup

Mmm…High-fructose Corn Syrup. That stuff not isn’t bad for you, is it?

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Video: Tower Lift on New Bay Bridge

Video: Tower Lift on New Bay Bridge

Construction on the new Bay Bridge in underway. The project organizers just posted a video on the most recent development where the 4th segment for the SAS main tower was lifted into place. The segment weighed 500 tons and it took 10 hours just to…

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New SF Parking App

New SF Parking App

Have you ever repeatedly circled a 3-block radius looking for a free parking spot in complete frustration? Well, your days of desperately seeking out parking may be over. Or, well, at least somewhat eased. Introducing SFMTA’s new iPhone app, SFPark. According to SF Streetsblog, “The…

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The Herbivore’s Dilemma

The Herbivore’s Dilemma

As it is vegetarians (myself included) don’t eat any meat products – this includes chicken, pork, beef and seafood – and now we’re meant to feel guilty about eating plants and vegetable life? A recent column in the NYT‘s Science section by Carol Kaesuk Yoon…

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Several Shades of Mascis

Several Shades of Mascis

After nearly 25 years releasing records with Dinosaur Jr. and other bands, singer/guitarist J Mascis is stepping out today with his first solo release, Several Shades of Why. One of the best releases to date this year, the album gives a full look at Mascis’…

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Q&A: The Grouch

Q&A: The Grouch

Five years after their first collaborative album, Heroes in the City of Dope, Zion I and The Grouch are back at it with a sequel, Heroes in the Healing of the Nation. The Grouch spoke with us about the project and poking fun at artsy…

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Japan Earthquake Could Severely Affect Local Eateries

Japan Earthquake Could Severely Affect Local Eateries

Last week’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan have caused widespread damage in the country and officials have already placed the death toll in the thousands. And while the country slowly begins to try to recover, many restaurants here in the Bay Area could also…

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