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Brew Review: Hop Crisis

Brew Review: Hop Crisis

Today I’m starting off the new column of weekly beer reviews with my thoughts on Hop Crisis from 21st Amendment Brewery. This one’s sure to get you thirsty! Hop Crisis is an imperial IPA which is lightly golden in color, with tones leaning more towards…

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President Obama to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Facebook

President Obama to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Facebook

President Barack Obama will be making another appearance in the Bay Area later this month, this time kicking off his fundraising campaign for the 2012 election. The April 20 trip will include a busy itinerary, as he intends to start out in Palo Alto with…

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Q&A: Jokers of the Scene

Q&A: Jokers of the Scene

It’s the 5th year of one of SF’s favorite party Lights Down Low, so it’s only fitting that its organizers book some of the biggest electronic feel-good acts guaranteed to make you dance, drink, and do things you might not remember the next morning. In…

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Smart Meter Opt-out

Smart Meter Opt-out

Critics of smart meters, those new wireless meters that PG&E has been installing and which some critics believe cause health problems as varied as insomnia and cancer, can now breathe a sigh of relief. The utility company is offering residents the option to turn the…

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New Music Video: Death Cab for Cutie – You Are a Tourist

New Music Video: Death Cab for Cutie – You Are a Tourist

After nine trailers for the new Death Cab for Cutie music video, the band has finally released the official video for their newest track ‘You Are a Tourist’ off their upcoming album Codes and Keys. Touted as “the first live, scripted, one-take music video shoot…

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PPQ Dungeness Island – Where Crab is King

PPQ Dungeness Island – Where Crab is King

Many people come to San Francisco and orient immediately for Chinatown to satisfy Asian food cravings. Maybe it is the clothes hanging from windows or the loud, raucous nature of Broadway, but Chinatown just does not do it for me. I prefer to head out…

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Closed: Bagdad Cafe

Closed: Bagdad Cafe

Alarming foodie news from the Castro. It seems that longtime neighborhood mainstay and 24-hour diner Bagdad Cafe suddenly shut its doors on Thursday, March 31st. While Sparky’s and Orphan Andy’s are both several blocks away, the Bagdad will be sorely missed. I guess their lease…

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Vinyl Giveaway: 1963 Bob Dylan Live Concert

Vinyl Giveaway: 1963 Bob Dylan Live Concert

SF Station and Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings have partnered up to offer you a Vinyl copy of the upcoming release of a 1963 Bob Dylan Live recording. The album was recently discovered in an archive by Rolling Stone co-founder Ralph Cleason where it sat on a…

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Chapeau!

Chapeau!

Like the best of restaurants, I enjoy keeping things fresh. Last week saw the launch of a new series about where to find the best meals among the city’s flourishing Happy Hours. This week I am going in the opposite direction with a look at…

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The Submarines release “Love Notes/Letter Bombs,” play at Slim’s

The Submarines release “Love Notes/Letter Bombs,” play at Slim’s

You probably know The Submarines from that iPhone commercial a few years back, but the husband/wife duo with the perfect spy names are behind a lot more synth-infused bedroom pop on 2006′s Declare A New State and 2008′s Honeysuckle Weeks.As of yesterday they’re back with…

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Hot Ticket: TV on the Radio @ The Independent

Hot Ticket: TV on the Radio @ The Independent

Yep, another TV on the Radio Post. Why? Because their new album is better than 90% of the other releases you will probably hear this year, and the New York indie-rock giants are warming up for a long touring season intimate shows at The Independent…

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SF’s Tycho Bridges Art With Electronic Music

SF’s Tycho Bridges Art With Electronic Music

Scott Hansen produces electronic music and graphic design in San Francisco as Tycho and ISO50, respectively. His organic and atmospheric compositions provide a colorful, warm, and emotional interpretation of electronic music sure to appeal to a wide audience. See him live Thursday at The Independent….

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