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Q&A: DJ Greg J

Q&A: DJ Greg J

DJ Greg J got started getting that musical itch in the late 80s when he was just 8 years old. Surprisingly, not coming from a musical background, he somehow felt a magnetic pull toward all sorts of melodies. After purchasing his first cassette tape by…

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Review: Yann Tiersen @ The Regency Ballroom

Review: Yann Tiersen @ The Regency Ballroom

Yann Tiersen, forever the scrawny French accordionist in my mind, played at the Regency Ballroom on Tuesday night and I couldn’t have been more surprised by what I saw. No longer the unassuming solo virtuosic performer, Tiersen has grown into the frontman of a full…

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Beretta

Beretta

Want a modern twist on classic Italian dishes? Located in the Mission district, Beretta takes an approach to Italian cooking that might just blow you away. Italian thin crust pizzas, inventive cocktails, authentic gelato, Beretta has all the goods. Not only do they have a…

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Irish Whiskey Pies

Irish Whiskey Pies

Brides.com has officially declared mini pies as the “new cupcakes”. We have no idea what that means, but it sounds delicious. And just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Chatsworth, CA baker and Etsy purveyor All Jarred Up has some made-to-order mini Irish Whiskey pies….

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Dozens of Cases Dismissed Over SFPD Scandal

Dozens of Cases Dismissed Over SFPD Scandal

San Francisco prosecutors are dropping dozens of cases handled by a group of police officers who are accused of conducting illegal searches on suspects. District Attorney George Gascón said 57 cases have been formally dismissed so far. Seven officers and a sergeant are under federal…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Can’t wait for Friday? We’re right there with you. Get ready for all of tomorrow’s parties with a look back at some of the best shots from the past week — hot Mardi Gras action, lots of PBR, and wild nights on the dance floor….

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Classes: Asian Cooking 101

Classes: Asian Cooking 101

18 Reasons is offering a great class next Saturday (quick, get your tickets!) on Asian cooking to be taught by Thy Tran. The class, A Sensory Feast Workshop #3: TASTE, “will introduce you to fundamental ingredients in South East Asian pantries”. The two-hour workshop is…

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U.S. Census Bureau Results

U.S. Census Bureau Results

Well, the results are in! Mayor Lee announced yesterday that much of the 2010 Census results have been tallied and are now available on-line for all to see. And while there is still some info that has not been released, the numbers so far are…

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WTF is OFWGKTA?

WTF is OFWGKTA?

You’ve been hearing about them everywhere, but what exactly is newly booming indie hip-hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All all about? Most people know Odd Future or OFWGKTA by the performance of members Tyler, the Creator and Hodgy Beats on Jimmy Fallon…

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Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras celebrations are taking place throughout the Bay Area on Tuesday night, including in San Francisco. With an influx of southern food eateries, many San Francisco restaurants are providing special menus for the occasion. Brenda Buenviaje, chef and owner of Brenda’s French Soul Food…

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Underrated & Raw: Ski Beatz

Underrated & Raw: Ski Beatz

Perhaps one of the most underrated, and unknown, producers in hip hop, Ski Beatz has managed stay relevant in the business for 15+ years without sacrificing the art. Since breaking on the scene in the early 90s with the hip hop group, Original Flavor, Ski…

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Hot Track: Rebirth Brass Band “Do it Again”

Hot Track: Rebirth Brass Band “Do it Again”

We’re a long way from Bourbon Street, but you can get a little taste of New Orleans flavor this Fat Tuesday with the latest single from the Rebirth Brass Band. For more than 30 years, the Rebirth Brass Band has celebrated New Orleans music and…

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