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The Brixton hits the Marina

The Brixton hits the Marina

Walking the other night in the frigid weather of SF I got my first glimpse of new Union St addition, The Brixton.  Set to open in the next week or so, The Brixton will feature classic American cuisine like flatbread pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and mains. …

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GG Bridge Closures this Weekend

GG Bridge Closures this Weekend

If you are planning to get out of the city via Golden Gate Bridge this weekend be aware that there are several closures Friday and Saturday. The Richmond Blog has posted that, “This Friday and Saturday, both the northbound and southbound lanes to and from…

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Gimme Coffee Now

Gimme Coffee Now

Okay, honestly, this seems a bit pointless to me because in SF you can usually go 20 feet and find a cafe that slings pretty decent coffee but for all you crazy coffee nerds – here you go. Called San Francisco’s Best Coffee, there is…

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Morning Beat: Mix Master Cuts Faster

Morning Beat: Mix Master Cuts Faster

Few DJs have impacted the world of turntablism as much as Mix Master Mike. After discovering vinyl at an early age in San Francisco, he later went on to dominate DJ competitions and form the legendary Invisible Skratch Picklz. Find out why the Beastie Boys…

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Off the Grid Back in Business

Off the Grid Back in Business

Following a much deserved vacation for the holidays, the roaming mobile food extravaganza Off the Grid starts back up this Friday. The popular street food gatherings started last June at the Fort Mason Center and have since expanded to several other locations in San Francisco,…

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Hot Track: Starfucker “Bury Us Alive”

Hot Track: Starfucker “Bury Us Alive”

Portland-based indie pop band Starfucker shares the first single, “Bury Us Alive,” from their album Reptilians set to be released by Polyvinyl Records on March 8th. If the single is any indicator, the group’s infectious dance sound will continue to spawn unparalleled live performances that…

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Tasers for SF Police?

Tasers for SF Police?

San Francisco Police Chief George Gascón is once again renewing his efforts to arm the city’s police officers with Tasers. This comes in the wake of two officer-involved shootings in the past week. Last week, a man was shot and killed in the Portola district after…

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Possible Cab Fare Increase?

Possible Cab Fare Increase?

It’s hard to catch a cab in SF and when you do finally hale one down (or, most likely, you called the dispatcher – who’s rude – and the cab doesn’t even bother showing up), it’s pricey. And now fare prices are about to increase….

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Goodbye: Sweet

Goodbye: Sweet

No, that’s not the first line from a cheesy poem. We’re talking about Sweet – the charming little dessert place on Church near Crepevine that sold cupcakes and towering, beautifully decorated layer cakes – that has just closed its retail operations. Whenever I passed by…

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Send Us Your Sounds

Send Us Your Sounds

Are you a local band or producer in San Francisco looking to have your music heard? Share your songs with other musicians and the SF Station community with our new Pulse Blog drop box on SoundCloud. We are excited to offer this tool for local…

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Dumping is Illegal

Dumping is Illegal

You know that guy on your street that takes his nasty, bedbug-ridden mattress and brokedown furniture and old pizza boxes and just dumps them all over the sidewalk? Yeah – him and others who illegally dump are costing the city and taxpayers over $4 million…

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Preview: Silian Rail @ BOTH This Friday

Preview: Silian Rail @ BOTH This Friday

Eric Andrew Kuhn and Robin Joyce Landy, the duo behind Silian Rail, grew up together in Durham, North Carolina (cute alert!) and then happened upon one another while partying in this fair city (fate alert!). What this joyous union created is a mixture of experimental…

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