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Small Stencils and Posters on Haight Street

Small Stencils and Posters on Haight Street

Small stencils and posters appear on a vacant wall on Haight Street. This one piece of construction plywood is a constant work in progress for artists in the neighborhood. Walk by every week and there’s always something new to see here!

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Let Her Dance: Summer Dance

Let Her Dance: Summer Dance

Ladies and gents, it’s Friday. Your day job might be soul-sucking — but tonight, The Verdi Club has a better kind of soul for you. It’s time to dance. A slew of local musicians from The Sandwitches, Fresh and Onlys, Sonny and the Sunsets, Hunx…

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BBQ Joints in San Francisco

BBQ Joints in San Francisco

One of the many summer food traditions across the country is grilling out, whether it’s in your back yard, a park or in your neighborhood. And if you don’t have the chance to grill out, there are also plenty of options in terms of barbecue…

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Weekend Club Events

Weekend Club Events

This weekend is packed with hot dance events including a few Neptunes-related, a 6am afterparty, and sweaty Latin sounds! Friday, July 8 Chad Hugo @ Vessel Continue the Neptunes love with a DJ set from on of the main men himself, Chad Hugo during the…

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First Bites at The Boxing Room

First Bites at The Boxing Room

As promised, I recently dined at the Absinthe group’s newest addition the Boxing Room and have nothing but pure and utter deliciousness to report. Last Sunday night my hubby and I had a spontaneous dinner with some of our dearest couple friends. They turned up…

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Picasso Thief Caught

Picasso Thief Caught

And who do you image would be brazen enough to simply walk into an upscale art gallery in Union Square and coolly walk out with a stolen Picasso drawing worth upwards of $200,000? A criminal mastermind with a long record tracked by Interpol? Nope –…

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Beer Review: Stillwater Stateside Saison

Beer Review: Stillwater Stateside Saison

Belgians get the seasonal brews right with their golden Saison ales. Fortunately for us, American craft brewers often come up with their own special recipes that are equally thirst quenching and exciting. This week I picked up a bottle of Stillwater Artisanal Ale’s Stateside Saison:…

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Renegade Craft Fair Preview

Renegade Craft Fair Preview

The worlds of retail and art intertwine this weekend at the Renegade Craft Fair.  The fourth annual event, at Fort Mason July 9-10, features more than 200 artisan vendors carrying a variety of goods and educational workshops for attendees. A few local highlights: -If you…

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Movie Review: Horrible Bosses

Movie Review: Horrible Bosses

Horrible Bosses may not be the first hit comedy of the summer, but it’s definitely the first good one. Not only does the film bring the laughs but it also boasts a well-written script and skilled directing. But it’s the cast, led by Jason Bateman,…

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We Rock Hardest

We Rock Hardest

I came across this fabulous mural in the Tenderloin this last week. It looks like the work of Ben Eine, who has shown his work at galleries in San Francisco, as well as around the world. Other work by Eine in San Francisco includes murals…

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Silent Film Festival Preview

Silent Film Festival Preview

Each year the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, July 14-17 at the Castro Theatre, provides a glimpse into the first decades of the 20th century, when there were no rules, creativity and experimentation were the norm, and audiences were treated to bizarre and wondrous visuals…

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SF Ice Cream History 101

SF Ice Cream History 101

Those of you who live in Russian Hill are no doubt familiar with Swensen’s Ice Cream on Hyde and Union, but I come from the other side of Van Ness so bear with me as I have just discovered the original location of the classic…

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