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Two Sisters Bar: Coming to Hayes Street in September

Two Sisters Bar: Coming to Hayes Street in September

I was walking up Hayes Street last week when I noticed a Mexican restaurant (that I avoided after hearing multiple bad stories) closed. Excited by the empty space that’d surely turn into something much more exciting, I took a closer look. Low and behold, I…

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Treasure Island Music Festival Lineup

Treasure Island Music Festival Lineup

Early response to the announcement for the 2011 Treasure Island Music Festival overwhelmed the festival’s official website, but you can find the full lineup right here. The festival returns October 15-16 with the same format it has followed since it started 5 years ago—mostly electronic…

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Giants to be Honored at White House

Giants to be Honored at White House

The San Francisco Giants will be spending their off-day at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Continuing a time-honored sports tradition, the 2010 World Series champions will be honored at the White House on Monday afternoon by President Barack Obama. The team will be recognized for their World…

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New Sol LeWitt Work at SFMOMA

New Sol LeWitt Work at SFMOMA

San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art is always getting new awesome, historical art works. Earlier this year the eclectic Stein collection hit the MOMA and brought huge art world legends like Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and others to us. Recently, they acquired of a very significant…

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Peruvian Food Festival Brings Out the Masses to Civic Center Plaza

Peruvian Food Festival Brings Out the Masses to Civic Center Plaza

Several restaurants and caterers from across the Bay Area were on hand to showcase the best Peruvian dishes they had to offer at the 3rd annual Festival de Comida Peruana this past weekend. Held at the Civic Center Plaza, the event featured plenty of authentic…

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Big Retailers Commit More Stores to ‘Food Deserts’

Big Retailers Commit More Stores to ‘Food Deserts’

Executives from Wal-Mart, Walgreens, SuperValu and other major retailers have made a pledge to open or expand 1,500 stores in communities across the country that have little or no access to healthy foods. The Partnership for a Healthy America, part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s…

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Local DJ Miguel Migs debuts new track

Local DJ Miguel Migs debuts new track

Local soul house DJ Miguel Migs is back with a new single entitled “Everybody” featuring disco legend, Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King. The release precedes his new album Outside the Skyline, which is set to release later this year. The single takes you on a groovy journey…

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Tag Your Photo, Win a $50 Amoeba Gift Certificate

Tag Your Photo, Win a $50 Amoeba Gift Certificate

Hit us with your best shot! Amoeba Music and SF Station have teamed up for a photo contest where one lucky winner will be awarded a $50 Amoeba gift certificate. So what are you waiting for? Just follow these simple steps for your chance to…

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Live Review: Odd Future at The Regency

Live Review: Odd Future at The Regency

With so many things being said about Odd Future these days, it was refreshing to get a chance to see them up close and personal. With a sold out Regency full of kids, music bloggers and music fans ready to experience the hype; all of…

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Amy Winehouse Found Dead

Amy Winehouse Found Dead

The BBC reported today that Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London apartment. She was 27 years old. There aren’t many details yet, but it looks like the singer’s long-time struggles with drugs and alcohol finally caught up with her. She had one of…

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Red Vic Staff Says Goodbye

Red Vic Staff Says Goodbye

Last night’s staff gathering to commemorate the closing of the Red Vic was also a party to celebrate the establishment’s 31st year. Collective owners, staff members, volunteers, old friends, and neighbors gathered to watch films, snack, and chat. Join the Red Vic in saying goodbye this…

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Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s was closed for a little vacation (July 3- July 18) and it seems all the rest and relaxation paid off as Executive Chef Gregory Short has returned with a succulent summer menu featuring a Degustation Menu as well as a Three-Course and Four-Course Menu…

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