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Ice Cream Shop Owners Land Book Deal

Ice Cream Shop Owners Land Book Deal

Starting a little over two years ago as a small ice cream shop on the corner of Harrison and 24th streets in the Mission District, Jake Godby and Sean Vahey have grown Humphry Slocombe into one of the most unique culinary spots in San Francisco….

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Pouch o’ Wine?

Pouch o’ Wine?

If you thought a box of wine defined (lack of) class then get ready for pouches of wine. They’re kind of like Capri Sun juice packs but for that wino wine-lover on the go. Marketed towards picnickers, the wine pouches may just be the newest…

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Photos: The Brides of March

Photos: The Brides of March

The Brides of March took over North Beach this weekend. Throngs of people dressed in their wedding whites paraded through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores and drinking in local bars. Here are some highlights: Check out the…

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Album Review: Travis Barker

Album Review: Travis Barker

Travis Barker — Give The Drummer Some Released by Interscope Records on March 15th Chances are you are familiar with Travis Barker from his days with Blink-182. Whether you’re a fan of a the tatt’d up drummer, or looking for something new to listen to,…

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Beat Report: Seba and 2562

Beat Report: Seba and 2562

Notes on the latest releases from 2562 and Seba from electronic music reviewer, Noele Lusano. 2562 — Fever Released by Tectonic Records, March 2011 A prolific pioneer of a sound all his own, the Dutch Dave Huismans has released a hefty handful of material as…

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Charlie Sheen Tour to Hit SF

Charlie Sheen Tour to Hit SF

The wonders and magic of one Charlie Sheen will be able to be seen live and in person next month in San Francisco. Sheen has made news recently with his somewhat crazy rants, getting fired from his show “Two and a Half Men,” hosting an…

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No Way Back Collective

No Way Back Collective

While you can’t pinpoint exactly what style of music they will be playing, No Way Back residents Conor and Solar, along with Norwegian guest Todd Terje are guaranteed to make you dance to their feel-good tunes, tonight at SOM. We Spoke with Conor about the…

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Flour + Water (Temporarily) Closing

Flour + Water (Temporarily) Closing

The Mission eatery Flour + Water will be closing down for 11 days (March 24 – April 3) while they spruce up a bit. They’ll be repainting and refreshing the interior and updating the menu. Cue the laments of hundreds of foodies who had been…

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Liba Falafel Truck

Liba Falafel Truck

Liba Falafel Truck at civic center plaza, every Tuesday and every other friday for lunch. Choose between a small or large falafel sandwich and a host of toppings from fried and pickled onions, chili and yogort sauces. Just throw them all in there and you…

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Wilson & Wilson: Private Detective Agency cum Bar

Wilson & Wilson: Private Detective Agency cum Bar

Fans of Bourbon and Branch are about to get even punchier (or is it drunker?). The bar is launching Wilson & Wilson next week, a niche bar within the actual environs of Bourbon and Branch that operates its own reservations line and only serves prix-fixe…

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Event: Sunday Streets 2011 Kicks Off!

Event: Sunday Streets 2011 Kicks Off!

This Sunday, March 20, from 11am – 4am, the first Sunday Streets of the year will kick off. A city-sponsored block-party, the event closes down a “portion of a neighborhood’s streets to automobile traffic, and opens them to pedestrians, bicyclists, and activities”, in this case…

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Bay to Breakers to Race On

Bay to Breakers to Race On

After struggling to find a sponsor, leaving the future of the race in peril, officials with San Francisco’s Bay to Breakers race have announced that Redwood City-based Zazzle has signed a two-year contract to be the title sponsor for the event. According to SF Weekly,…

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