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Fresh & Easy Markets Recall Baby Spinach

Fresh & Easy Markets Recall Baby Spinach

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets have voluntarily recalled its fresh Organic Baby Spinach with the Enjoy by date of August 1 sold under the f&e™ label. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the recall is “being issued out of an abundance of caution” as…

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Outside Lands: Taste of the Bay Area Lineup

Outside Lands: Taste of the Bay Area Lineup

This weekend it’s once again time for San Francisco’s biggest annual music festival, Outside Lands. And while the amazing lineup of artists has been known for months, just recently have they announced the unbelievable list of local vendors that will be featured in Golden Gate…

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Kevin Spacey to Star in SF Production

Kevin Spacey to Star in SF Production

American Beauty director Sam Mendes is slated to team back up with Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey in a stage production of one of the Bard of Avon’s classic plays, making San Francisco the second U.S. city to host this highly-anticipated event. Shakespeare’s Richard III…

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Divisadero Corridor Art Walk

Divisadero Corridor Art Walk

Come to the Divisadero Corridor Art Walk this Thursday, August 11th to check out some art, eat great food, have a few drinks, enjoy live music, and do a little shopping. Expect to see art displayed not only in studios, but on the street, in…

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Four Amazing Chefs Battle in Their Own ‘Kitchen Stadium’

Four Amazing Chefs Battle in Their Own ‘Kitchen Stadium’

I have now seen firsthand what it would be like to watch a taping of “Iron Chef America,” as San Francisco chefs Chris Cosentino and Elizabeth Falkner took on chefs Russell Jackson and Dominique Crenn in the Illy Chef Challenge, one of many events and…

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Dingys Take Over the Bay

Dingys Take Over the Bay

Those epic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Angel Island just got a little more interesting. If you’re looking out at the water anytime this week, you’ll likely see dozens of small white sails in the distance.  They’re racing in the Laser Master…

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Fashion Week Descends Upon San Francisco

Fashion Week Descends Upon San Francisco

Calling all chic  freaks, trendsetters and style connoisseurs – get a fad fix during San Francisco Fashion Week with threads from up-and-coming designers as well as student collections. Don’t fret if you didn’t get your tickets for the opening night invite-only soiree tonight. You can…

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A Meat-tastic Party at the Udder Room

A Meat-tastic Party at the Udder Room

Being some 3,000 miles away from New York makes it difficult to try the famous grass-fed and organic meats at Fleisher’s, but this Wednesday from 8-10pm, owners Joshua and Jessica Applestone are coming to Avendano’s to host a special open-to-the-public party. They have recently published…

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Outside Lands Playlist

Outside Lands Playlist

The Outside Lands music festival gets under way in Golden Gate Park this Friday with three days of music, local food and an overall good time. Get warmed up for the party with a playlist curated by Pulse bloggers. Playlist Contributors: Lynne Angel, Matt Crawford,…

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Honda Recalling More Than a Million Vehicles

Honda Recalling More Than a Million Vehicles

Honda is recalling about 1.5 million vehicles in the United States to update the software that controls the automatic transmission. The recall affects certain 2005-2010 4-cylinder Accord, 2007-2010 CR-V and 2005-2008 Element vehicles. In a statement, the company said that without the updated software, the…

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Improved Bocce Courts Part of Crocker Amazon Park Revitalization

Improved Bocce Courts Part of Crocker Amazon Park Revitalization

The bocce ball courts at San Francisco’s Crocker Amazon Park have been renovated, part of a $265,000 project that also includes installing a new water-saving irrigations system. City Recreation and Park Department officials said the improvements to the courts include exterior screens, roof repairs, new…

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Help me, Help you

Help me, Help you

You know how to speak Spanish, play trumpet and design a backyard garden, but you also need a lift to the airport next week. Instead of shelling out money for a shuttle bus, use your talents to get you to your destination. With a website…

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