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Beer Review: Deschutes Brewery Twilight Ale

Beer Review: Deschutes Brewery Twilight Ale

It’s that time of the week again and this time I picked up the seasonal beer from Deschutes Brewery. Twilight Ale gets the job done in a really refreshing manner. This beer has a beautiful tawny color with a soft, eggshell-tinged hea with a scent…

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Kitty Cats Pounce Into San Francisco

Kitty Cats Pounce Into San Francisco

Along the streets of San Francisco, pouncing from garage doors and walls around the city, kitty cats are everywhere! These images come from a Haight Street garage door, a wall in Clarion Alley, and a garage door on Caledonia Street, respectively.

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If STYX Opened a Sushi Restaurant…

If STYX Opened a Sushi Restaurant…

One of my friend David’s classic jokes goes something like this: “the best sushi places are Domo, Arigato, and Mister Roboto.” I don’t know about the last two, but I can safely say that Domo Sushi in Hayes Valley is one of my favorite raw…

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DJ Q&A: Robag Wruhme

DJ Q&A: Robag Wruhme

Gabor Schablitzki, aka Robag Wruhme, is a German house and techno producer/DJ who consistently impresses his listeners in the living room and on the dance floor. He performs in support of his recent release Thora Vukk (Pampa Records) with Maceo Plex and Adnan Sharif at…

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Review: Austra – Feel It Break

Review: Austra – Feel It Break

Katie Stelmanis, the founder and mega-voice behind Toronto-based band Austra (pronounced Ow-stra) grew up a classically trained musician, sang in the Canadian Children’s Opera, and was headed to continue her studies at university when she took a life-changing turn, she saw a punk show and…

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Want to be a Professional Chef?

Want to be a Professional Chef?

Well, think again. Vegansaurus.com‘s Laura Beck just posted a hilarious list of very good reasons why you should NOT attempt to become a chef. So put down that knife and kiss those culinary dreams goodbye. So you like to cook and you’re addicted to watching…

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E-Waste Cycling Push

E-Waste Cycling Push

There are still a few more days to get rid of that junky television set crowding the garage, the pile of defunct cell phones you have in your desk drawer and any old computers and laptops you have. GreenCitizen is offering free electronics/e-waste recycling at…

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DJ Q&A: Anthony “Shake” Shakir

DJ Q&A: Anthony “Shake” Shakir

This Sunday Icee Hot and Public Works present a diverse line up featuring Creep, DVA and Anthony “Shake” Shakir. A DJ with first-hand experience in the birth of Detroit techno, Shakir discusses his roots with us and more. Although the 80s explosion of Detroit techno…

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Pizza Party

Pizza Party

PEN POP Q: What do you love? A: Pizza, of course! A biting, yellow Pizza Monster in Noe Valley; pepperoni pizza on a Sewers of NY sticker, “Let’s Go for It!” pizza drawing and pasted Eat Pizza Everyday in the Mission; and a frozen pizza ORFN…

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The Pizza Hacker: Bringing a Different Attitude to Street Food

The Pizza Hacker: Bringing a Different Attitude to Street Food

He brings his tricked out Weber Grill to different venues, making pizzas for his hungry and adoring fans. He doesn’t have a food truck and doesn’t really ever aspire to have one. He considers himself “an outsider in the food universe” and ask him from…

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The Delicacy of Charcuterie

The Delicacy of Charcuterie

Charcuterie is a culinary artform with a longstanding tradition dating back to Roman times. Today this rediscovered craze featuring artisanal assortments of sliced meats can be found at some of the finest restaurants throughout the city. In fact, two of my favorite high-end eateries in…

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Hot Mix : SFNY Yacht Club by KM/FM

Hot Mix : SFNY Yacht Club by KM/FM

What are your plans for the three-day weekend? If you were on of the lucky ones to snag tickets to SF/NY Yacht Club party this Sunday, then you’re surely in for a musical journey that will take you from coast to coast. This morning, we…

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