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Outside Lands Dates Announced

Outside Lands Dates Announced

The collective summer festival machine continues, this time with the latest announcement coming from one of our hometown favorites, the Outside Lands Festival. Festival organizers just announced that the festival will return to a three-day format, from Aug. 12th-14th. A limited number of “Eager Beaver”…

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Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Tomorrow A16 will be hosting its annual Festa Della Donna fundraiser to celebrate International Women’s Day. There’ll be an all-star team of female guest chefs, cheesemakers, sommeliers, authors and winemakers on hand to help raise money and awareness for La Cocina. Books from the special…

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Preview: Holy Sons @ Hemlock

Preview: Holy Sons @ Hemlock

Emil Amos is perhaps better known as the drummer for both doom metal drone champions Om and experimental post-rockers Grail — an impressive resume as it is — but he is also the mastermind behind and sole member of Holy Sons, who will be playing…

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Mardi Gras Parties

Mardi Gras Parties

If you didn’t catch some of the early Mardi Gras parties that went off over the weekend, you’ve still got options when Fat Tuesday hits tomorrow. Fat Tuesday @ The Fillmore It’s only fitting that one of San Francisco’s most musically rich neighborhoods opens its…

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New Video: Minus The Bear “Hold Me Down”

New Video: Minus The Bear “Hold Me Down”

Minus The Bear officially releases a new live performance music video for their song “Hold Me Down” today. It was shot during a concert in Philadelphia, and despite the cold, it looks like it was a fun time for everyone. Minus The Bear Minus The…

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Beignets, Beignets, Beignets!

Beignets, Beignets, Beignets!

In the spirit of Mardi Gras this weekend, you must go out and get yourself some good’ol southern-style cooking. Fried Crawfish Poboy, Fried Chicken, Shrimp & Grits, Gumbo– Brenda’s French Soul Food takes the prize for the best authentic Cajun food in San Francisco! Oh!…

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Lightning in a Bottle

Lightning in a Bottle

Lightning in a Bottle is back! Organizers for the three-day electronic music festival on Memorial Day weekend just released the lineup for this year, with Pretty Lights, Thievery Corporation, Lucent Dossier Experience, and Oakland’s own Beats Antique topping the bill. What can you expect? About…

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Bookstore Leaves its Mark on Food World

Bookstore Leaves its Mark on Food World

Located in a quiet corner of San Francisco’s Noe Valley, Celia Sack sits in her chair, perusing stacks of new and vintage books. While her story may not seem different from most small business owners, she has developed a niche all her own: a bookstore…

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Luella Offering Discounts on Wine This Month

Luella Offering Discounts on Wine This Month

Luella, the Russian Hill neighborhood restaurant, is celebrating its sixth anniversary in style this month. The eatery, which focuses on California cuisine, is offering $4 wines by the glass for the entire month of March (except for Fridays and Saturdays). The wine selection will be…

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My Morning Jacket Prep New Album

My Morning Jacket Prep New Album

The fellas from My Morning Jacket just announced plans for the release of their sixth studio album this spring, and Northern California fans will be among the first to get an opportunity to hear the new material live. To celebrate the upcoming release of Circuital,…

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Des Jardins to be a Contestant on “Top Chef Masters”

Des Jardins to be a Contestant on “Top Chef Masters”

Traci Des Jardins usually has a lot on her plate as the chef/co-owner of Jardinière, Mijita Cocina Mexicana and Public House in San Francisco, along with Manzanita in Lake Tahoe. Now you can add an appearance as a contestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” to…

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Q&A: Jack Davey of J*DaVeY

Q&A: Jack Davey of J*DaVeY

Jack Davey, one half of LA-based multi-genre duo J*DaVeY, is a woman of style, class, and impeccable music tastes. While J*DaVeY concentrates on sounds primarily stemming from hip hop and jazz, Jack Davey’s own DJ sets showcase a wide array of everything from 80s jams…

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