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Oakland Eats

Oakland Eats

Oakland sits a mere twelve miles from San Francisco yet you would think a desert, glacier or an ocean (okay there is the Bay) separates San Francisco residents from the neighboring city. It is high time to expand beyond the comfort zone of our forty-nine…

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Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

The Pains of Being Pure are Heart’s new album is available to stream free before it’s March 29th release. The band is gearing up for a string of dates at SXSW before it heads on a national tour that stops in San Francisco on April…

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Eating out for Japan

Eating out for Japan

A pair of Japanese restaurants in San Francisco are being proactive following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Eater SF reports that Ichi Sushi will donate a portion of Friday’s sales to the disaster relief efforts in Japan. They will also be accepting cash…

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Mission Minis

Mission Minis

Looking for a treat to start your weekend that won’t leave you feeling guilty? Try Mission Minis, bite-size cupcakes in flavors that will surely sweeten up your day! Blueberries & Cream, Vegan Banana Maple, Meyer Lemon Creme, Cinnamon Horchata– just some of the many delectable…

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Preview: Consequence & Pac Div

Preview: Consequence & Pac Div

Indie artist Consequence teams up with Southern California group Pac Div to hit the stage at 330 Ritch on Saturday night with a slew of talented Djs for a Mardi Gras-themed hip hop celebration. Consequence maintains a mature 90s vibe with intelligent rhymes and tight…

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Preview: Just Blaze @ 103 Harriet

Preview: Just Blaze @ 103 Harriet

If you’ve never heard of Just Blaze, you’ve definitely heard his music. He’s been behind the scenes of hip hop since the late 90s, was signed by Jay-Z in the early 2000s, and has gone on to produce legendary tracks for Eminem, Kanye West, and…

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State Regulators Call for SmartMeter Opt-Out Plan

State Regulators Call for SmartMeter Opt-Out Plan

California regulators have asked Pacific Gas & Electric to set up a process so its customers can opt out of SmartMeters if they have concerns about the devices’ potential health effects. California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey said he will ask the utility to…

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Coi Lounge to be Remodeled

Coi Lounge to be Remodeled

Big news from the world of chef and restaurateur Daniel Patterson. Inside Scoop SF reports that Patterson’s highly regarded Coi will be abandoning it’s a la carte menu, all part of a remodeling inside the restaurant. “The front area will be remodeled and turned into…

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Lauryn Hill Announces Warfield Show

Lauryn Hill Announces Warfield Show

After years out of the spotlight, and only a few select shows over the past decade, Lauryn Hill is returning to San Francisco for a show at the Warfield on April 12th before she heads to Coachella. Presale tickets are on sale until 10pm tonight….

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Another Valencia Street Parklet?

Another Valencia Street Parklet?

Neighborhood blog Mission Mission reports that a new parklet is being built right in front of Freewheel Bike Shop (Valencia @ 20th). They also state that there are plans underway to build even more parklets in the next several months across the city. I know…

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Guinness Tastes Better in Ireland

Guinness Tastes Better in Ireland

It’s official: Guinness beer really does taste better when imbibed in Ireland. Scientists (yes, actual scientists) at the Institute of Food Technologists conducted a survey of “taste testers” in 33 cities across 14 countries and the results were conclusive: drinkers liked Guinness better in Ireland…

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Beer Ice Cream?

Beer Ice Cream?

In honor of the local hood blog Haighteration‘s first year birthday, the folks over at Three Twins Ice Cream have created a new flavor just for the occasion made out of Pliny the Elder beer. The special scoops will be available next Tuesday, March 15th….

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