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Beer Review: Abita SOS Charity Pilsner

Beer Review: Abita SOS Charity Pilsner

Abita’s SOS Charity Pilsner pours a gorgeous golden straw color and finishes with a smooth, silky head. This style comes out particularly sweet with hints of lemon, white grape and honey, with a thicker mouth feel than traditional crisper, hoppier Pilsners but lighter than the…

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Costco’s Kirkland Taste Test

Costco’s Kirkland Taste Test

Costco’s ubiquitous brand, Kirkland Foods, is definitely a dealsaver, but is it any good? Usually things that are less expensive and come in a 5lb. plastic tub suffers in other areas like actual taste. Well, the folks over at Chow conducted a taste test comparing…

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SF Street Art: Clarion Alley

SF Street Art: Clarion Alley

I spied some great pieces on the walls at Clarion Alley this past weekend. This larger than life mural stands over 12 feet tall. Take a stroll through Clarion Alley in the Mission to see San Francisco creativity in action.

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BART Manager Quits, Gets $1 Million

BART Manager Quits, Gets $1 Million

It sounds like the catch for a new game show: quit your job and get $1 million dollars. Unfortunately, this is no game, this the reality of a screwed up transportation authority. BART general manager Dorothy Dugger will resign April 22, and in return she’s…

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Passover Take-out

Passover Take-out

The Jewish holiday of Passover is coming up next Monday (it begins at sundown) and that means there’s a lot of preparations to do if you’ve been saddled with hosting the family this year. I have 2 words for you: Passover Take-Out. If the multiple…

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Barry Bonds = Guilty

Barry Bonds = Guilty

The jury has spoken and the verdict is in: Barry Bonds is guilty – and not of being a douchebag who took steroids which allowed him to garner accolades he didn’t deserve – no, he was found guilty of “Obstruction Of Justice”. For the other…

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Free Planting Mix!

Free Planting Mix!

Spring is here and that means ardent gardeners are busy planting away. And what every garden needs for its flowers and veggies to grow is some good compost. And this Saturday Sunset Scavenger’s Recology is giving it away for free! The Great Compost Giveaway will…

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Mission Community Market Reopens

Mission Community Market Reopens

The Mission Community Market at Bartlett Street and 22nd Streets – “a weekly, outdoor market that celebrates the Mission District with fresh foods, local businesses and a ‘play street’.” – is back for its 2nd season and this time they’ll be offering even more treats…

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Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Still looking for a good reason to convince yourself that it’s better to be in SF than Coachella this weekend? Before Trentemøller heads to Indo for the festival, you can catch him at his first live set in the Bay Area since 2007 at Mezzanine…

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The Life of a Sommelier

The Life of a Sommelier

Rajat Parr has lived a life that many dream of, working with one of the most well-known chefs in the United States, traveling the world and tasting many of the best wines ever produced. But it is all part of a long journey that has…

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Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Headed down to Coachella this weekend? While you’re dancing your heart away and baking in the relentless sun, make sure to take a break and visit the Do LaB — the epicenter of art at the festival. Since 2005, Do LaB has designed and constructed…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Hot shots from Blow Up, Lights Down Low, Cockblock, and more. Click the image to see the full gallery. For more of SF Station galleries, visit http://photos.sfstation.com/

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