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Report: Bay Area Traffic Improving

Report: Bay Area Traffic Improving

For the first time in 28 years, Bay Area commuters can no longer complain about having one of the five worst commutes in the nation. The annual Urban Mobility Report, a study of traffic congestion nationwide, lists the San Francisco-Oakland metropolitan area as the sixth…

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More Love for Frances

More Love for Frances

If you thought reservations were tough to get at Frances right now, it may start getting even more difficult in the near future. Melissa Perello’s highly acclaimed Castro eatery made national news on Thursday, getting high praise from one Tim Zagat on NBC’s The Today…

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Wal-Mart Shifts Toward Healthy Foods

Wal-Mart Shifts Toward Healthy Foods

Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, has announced a five year plan to promote healthier foods in its stores. The plan sets specific targets for lowering sodium, trans fats and added sugars in many foods packaged under the company’s house brand, Great Value. Wal-Mart will also…

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Is it Over for Teatro ZinZanni?

Is it Over for Teatro ZinZanni?

Wacky circus dining experience and tourist magnet Teatro ZinZanni may be singing for the supper soon. As Grub Street reports, the venue, situated on Pier 29, will “have to pack up and move on next year, as the Port of S.F. clears the way for…

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Event: The Edwardian Ball

Event: The Edwardian Ball

Squeeze into your corsets and don your top hats because this weekend’s the Edwardian Ball! Taking place tonight and Saturday at the Regency Ballroom, this two-day fest let’s you revel in all your be-costumed Gorey (Get it? Gorey as in Edward Gorey. Ahem). This event…

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New Metreon Food Court

New Metreon Food Court

Eater got the scoop on the Metreon revamp. Apparently the whole first floor will be “devoted to food with La Boulange Bakery, Best-O-Burger, Chipotle, Mixt Greens and Brandy Ho’s Hunan as some of the very likely contenders.” I’m really glad they are redoing the food…

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Morning Beat: Club Night

Morning Beat: Club Night

The clubs are going off tonight as the weekend finally arrives. Check out a few of the highlights. Low End Theory SF @ 103 Harriet Daddy Kev brings his party up from Los Angeles for its Bay Area debut, also featuring Nobody, Gaslamp Killer, and…

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SFPD Issues Warning Prior to Chinese Lunar New Year

SFPD Issues Warning Prior to Chinese Lunar New Year

The Chinese Lunar New Year begins on February 3. The celebration is a customary time of gift exchange, usually involving red envelopes filled with cash. And because of this, the San Francisco Police Department is warning Asian merchants to look out for criminals that might…

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Show Preview: Baths @ 103 Harriet

Show Preview: Baths @ 103 Harriet

The first Bay Area Low End Theory at 103 Harriet makes its debut tomorrow night with Baths, the Anticon producer who caused a stir with his Cerulean EP this past summer. Will Wiesenfield, the man behind the moniker, recently spoke with SF Station’s Christina Li…

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Hot Chefs

Hot Chefs

Which chef in the Bay Area do you think is the hottest? And, no, we’re not talking about a guy slaving in front of a stove with sweat dripping down his face. Although, that could be true as well. Eater is taking nominations for their…

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Hot Track: Luke Rathborne “Dog Years”

Hot Track: Luke Rathborne “Dog Years”

We’re not sure if Luke Rathborne is worthy of the John Lennon and Elliott Smith comparisons bestowed upon him by at least one other publication, but “Dog Years” sure is a nice little ditty for a sunny afternoon. Kind of makes you want to stop…

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Sake Coming to Off the Grid

Sake Coming to Off the Grid

A new pop-up is hitting the weekend Off the Grid at McCoppin Hub. SFoodie has confirmed that starting this Saturday, Hayes Valley’s True Sake will be offering sake at Jackie’s Vinoteca and Café at 105 Valencia Street. Normally, Jackie’s served beer, cocktails and crème brulee…

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