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Promenade Project Brings New Life to Powell Street

Promenade Project Brings New Life to Powell Street

A two block stretch of San Francisco’s Powell Street has been transformed into a series of safe, green parklets focusing mainly on pedestrian safety. The stretch of Powell between Ellis and Geary is one of the busiest pedestrian areas in the country, as an estimated…

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Casey and his Pizza

Casey and his Pizza

When East Coast native Casey Crynes moved to California about seven years ago, he realized that while there are several amazing things about our state, we do sort of lack in one department: thin crust pizza. So, the former web producer decided to make his…

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Hot Video: Pusha T feat. Tyler, The Creator

Hot Video: Pusha T feat. Tyler, The Creator

The highly anticipated video for the Pusha T and Tyler, The Creator collaboration, “Trouble on my Mind,” is out now The song came out a few weeks ago, with Pusha and Tyler both in great form. Pusha, as always, does a great job on the track….

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Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

The recession may be a thing of the past, but the tough economic times are still evident in all walks of life across the country. One of the hardest hit areas has been non-profits and charitable organizations as funding is waning and demand for services…

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Beer Review: Burning Oak Black Lager

Beer Review: Burning Oak Black Lager

Last night I went out to a mixer at a coffee shop with Linden Street Brewery’s Burning Oak Black Lager on tap. Because I haven’t gotten around to checking out their brewpub in Oakland, I instantly chose a pint of this one in support of…

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Hand Holding Day at the CJM

Hand Holding Day at the CJM

Remember that story last Sunday when a lesbian couple taking in the Gertrude Stein exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum was asked by a contracted security guard to stop holding hands? Well, get ready to lock palms, because the museum is asking the public to…

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Wednesday is Grilled Cheese Night

Wednesday is Grilled Cheese Night

Tuesdays have gotten a lot of press for their tacos but what about Wednesday night? Well, at Brick and Bottle, you can now nab yourself a grilled cheese. Showcasing a changing grilled cheese sandwich with a different type of cheese each week, the menu includes…

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Mission District News

Mission District News

The Mission may be one of the most diverse, and definitely the warmest, neighborhoods in SF. It’s rich with immigrant communities and artists’ communities alike and it’s usually in the center of any hotbed controversy. The site, Mission Local, does a fabulous job in covering…

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Q&A: Sweet Cheeks DJs

Q&A: Sweet Cheeks DJs

San Diego DJ Collective Sweet Cheeks travels north, bringing “future wife” sounds to the Bay Area for a sexy night of dancing at Madrone on Friday, July 29. Sweet Cheeks, comprising of DJs Mawkus, Lady Hand Jams, and Awnode, bring on guests DJ Roza and…

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Sightglass Coffee Opens in SOMA

Sightglass Coffee Opens in SOMA

Brothers Jerad and Justin Morrison, who have been operating mainly out of a kiosk the past two years, now have a brand new shop to call home. Sightglass Coffee Bar & Roastery opened on 7th Street earlier this week. As reported by the Tablehopper, the…

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Preview: Melt #2 With Dillion Francis

Preview: Melt #2 With Dillion Francis

Dillion Francis, one of the most buzz-worthy names in EDM performs at the Rickshaw Stop this Friday for Melt #2. The 23-year-old producer is Diplo’s current prodigy—he’s also received nods of approval from Rusko, Steve Aoki and will.i.am—and the leading producer behind the worldwide Moombahton phenomenon….

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Richmond Round-up

Richmond Round-up

The folks over at The Richmond SF blog, in particular editrix Sarah B., does a stellar job at covering all the happenings in The Richmond District. Each week we’ll be featuring the top stories from their neighborhood blog here on Street. This week… * FREE…

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