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Free Planting Mix!

Free Planting Mix!

Spring is here and that means ardent gardeners are busy planting away. And what every garden needs for its flowers and veggies to grow is some good compost. And this Saturday Sunset Scavenger’s Recology is giving it away for free! The Great Compost Giveaway will…

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Mission Community Market Reopens

Mission Community Market Reopens

The Mission Community Market at Bartlett Street and 22nd Streets – “a weekly, outdoor market that celebrates the Mission District with fresh foods, local businesses and a ‘play street’.” – is back for its 2nd season and this time they’ll be offering even more treats…

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Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Still looking for a good reason to convince yourself that it’s better to be in SF than Coachella this weekend? Before Trentemøller heads to Indo for the festival, you can catch him at his first live set in the Bay Area since 2007 at Mezzanine…

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The Life of a Sommelier

The Life of a Sommelier

Rajat Parr has lived a life that many dream of, working with one of the most well-known chefs in the United States, traveling the world and tasting many of the best wines ever produced. But it is all part of a long journey that has…

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Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Headed down to Coachella this weekend? While you’re dancing your heart away and baking in the relentless sun, make sure to take a break and visit the Do LaB — the epicenter of art at the festival. Since 2005, Do LaB has designed and constructed…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Hot shots from Blow Up, Lights Down Low, Cockblock, and more. Click the image to see the full gallery. For more of SF Station galleries, visit http://photos.sfstation.com/

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Opening: Mission Cheese

Opening: Mission Cheese

Get ready, the much-anticipated Mission Cheese is set to open tomorrow, April 13th. Located at 736 Valencia St, the new business will be featuring “American artisan cheese & Cali brewski & wine”. And they’ll be giving out free high fives during opening day. You can’t…

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Coachella by the Bay: Francis and the Lights

Coachella by the Bay: Francis and the Lights

Francis and the Lights first performed in college, singing the entire The Immortal Otis Redding while backed by a young band. He has since gone on to gather new bandmates, release an emotion-filled album, and write music for rapper Drake. He performs tomorrow at a…

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Unlock the Flavors of Zushi Puzzle

Unlock the Flavors of Zushi Puzzle

Everybody likes to feel special sometimes. At Zushi Puzzle (1910 Lombard Street) in the Marina, it’s easy to put together the pieces of an enchanting experience, specially designed for your own tastes. Aside from a solid smattering of fresh seafood and quality ingredients–necessary to any…

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Coachella by the Bay: CSS at Mezzanine

Coachella by the Bay: CSS at Mezzanine

After more than a year in Brazil recording new music and decompressing from an exhausting tour schedule, CSS is back in United States for a tour that kicks off in San Francisco this Friday before the band heads to Coachella. We spoke with lead vocalist…

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Iconic Eagle Tavern Reportedly to Close

Iconic Eagle Tavern Reportedly to Close

The Eagle, a historic SoMa gay bar, is planning to shut down operations on April 29, that according to SFist. The website reports that several employees “were in escrow to buy the venue, (but) the landlord changed his mind.” A community meting is being held…

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SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

Nearly eleven years after closing, San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 2 is finally prepared to open its doors to the public. On Saturday, airport officials held an open house at the state-of-the-art terminal, which features 14 gates and will be the main hub for Virgin…

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