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Video: Dan Deacon at Rickshaw Stop

Video: Dan Deacon at Rickshaw Stop

It’s hard to describe what went down at Rickshaw Stop with Dan Deacon last night. After setting up his motherboard and some extra speakers that sounded destroyed by the end of the set, he turned the club into a frantic dance-party sweatbox — and the…

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Hot Track: Sonny & The Sunsets “I Wanna Do It”

Hot Track: Sonny & The Sunsets “I Wanna Do It”

San Francisco’s own Sonny and the Sunsets are building on recent momentum with plans to release their second album, Hit After Hit. Listen to the first single, “I Wanna Do It,” now. The band, fronted by Sonny Smith (the man behind the awesome 100 Records…

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Review: Admiral Radley at Noise Pop

Review: Admiral Radley at Noise Pop

For the un-Noise Pop-initiated, last night’s Admiral Radley show at Bottom of the Hill was an awesome introduction to the festival.  The crowd was totally pumped to be there, and the club was filled with folks who love music enough to head out on a…

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It’s National Clam Chowder Day!

It’s National Clam Chowder Day!

In case you didn’t already have it circled on your calendar, this Friday February 25th is National Clam Chowder Day. In honor of this special occasion, Boudin Bakery, will be offering a one-day buy-one get-one special for its classic clam chowder in a bread bowl….

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Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

A new HBO Production – “Hemingway & Gellhorn”, about the relationship between Ernest Hemingway (Clive Owens) and Martha Gellhorn (Nicole Kidman) – is underway and they are looking for some extras. But the specifics are, well, pretty specific. They need “18- to 40-year-old Spanish-looking, English-speaking…

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White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

In a move in support of gay marriage and LGBT equality rights across the country, the Obama Administration has announced that it will no longer be defending the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law passed 15 years ago that defines marriage as being that…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Check out the latest galleries from SF Station, featuring images from Chromeo, the Dum Dum Girls, and RollerDisco. Click on the image to see the full gallery. Visit the SF Station galleries page to see photos from more events.

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Mr Pollo

Mr Pollo

Mr Pollo is one of those rare finds in the city, a true gem. Located in the heart of the Mission, Mr. Pollo is a breed between Mexican and Columbian food, with a Veggie menu that changes daily, and specialties that include empanadas and arepas….

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Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Tech fans around the world could be in for more exciting news from Apple, as the company is set to unveil the next generation of its ever-popular tablet computer, with the launch of the iPad 2 in San Francisco next week. According to All Things…

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Farmers Market Happy Hour Series Returns

Farmers Market Happy Hour Series Returns

The Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA) and the Northern California Chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild (USBG) are kicking off their annual Happy Hour series at the Ferry Building on Wednesday night. This marks the fourth year of the popular series,…

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Noise Pop Preview: Admiral Radley

Noise Pop Preview: Admiral Radley

Head to Bottom of the Hill tonight for a headlining set by indie super group Admiral Radley — two parts LA-based ethereal indie poppers Earlimart  (singer/guitarist Aaron Espinoza and singer/bassist/keyboardist Ariana Murray), plus two parts Modesto-based indie rockers Grandaddy (singer/guitarist Jason Lytle and drummer Aaron…

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Recchiuti To Open New Cafe in Dogpatch?

Recchiuti To Open New Cafe in Dogpatch?

According to SF Foodie, Michael Recchiuti (of Recchiuti chocolates) has “confirmed that he and his wife, Jacky, will be opening a cafe in the Piccino space at 801 22nd St. (at Minnesota), later this year.” They just need to wait till Piccino clears out. The…

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