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Restaurant Rumor: The Library

Restaurant Rumor: The Library

A little birdie reports that Jay Foster, the genius chef of southern-style cuisine and owner of Farmer Brown (one of my all-time fav joints in the city) and Little Skillet, may be opening up a new culinary venture on Geary Blvd. in the Fillmore/Japantown called…

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Restored San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts to open

Restored San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts to open

Tomorrow the Palace of Fine Arts reopens after a $21.2 million restoration. SF’s pretty pink lady will now be bright and shiny and ready for the masses to enjoy. The PFA was built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition as a temporary structure meant to…

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Morning Beat: Ambassador Turns Four

Morning Beat: Ambassador Turns Four

Four years ago, The Ambassador set up shop in the Tenderloin, kicking off a run that continues today with great weekly specials, good tunes, and many amazing nights. Tonight, it celebrates four years of living the good life while Ruby Skye welcomes LA Riots and…

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Coachella 2011: Rumors Abound

Coachella 2011: Rumors Abound

Could one of these “leaked” Coachella posters be correct? Probably not, but it’s fun to speculate. With the official Coachella lineup set to be released any day now, rumors are rampant all over the web. In various blogs and forums possible headliners include: Arcade Fire,…

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Event: Dine About Town

Event: Dine About Town

The 10th Annual Dine About Town kicks off today with a lil’ shindig at City View in the Metreon. It runs through Monday, January 31st and some of the best restaurants in town are participating this year. This is a great way to sample fare…

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Foodspotting Celebrates One Year Anniversary in Big Way

Foodspotting Celebrates One Year Anniversary in Big Way

The San Francisco startup Foodspotting has secured $3 million in funding. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the company, which runs a photo-based online food guide, previously secured $750,000 in seed money last August. Since its launch last January, the website has created its own…

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America’s First GLBT Museum

America’s First GLBT Museum

Step aside MOMA and de Young, there’s a new museum in town. The country’s first GLBT History Museum. Located at 4127 18th Street in the Castro it is run by The GLBT Historical Society and currently has two exhibits – “Our Vast Queer Past: Celebrating…

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Your Brain on Food

Your Brain on Food

You remember those “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” PSAs from the 80s? Well, now they just may need to create a new set – “This Is Your Brain on Food.” A new study at NYU School of Medicine and the Nathan Kline Institute discovered…

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Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Ippuku is a great addition to downtown Berkeley ! It’s ideal for drinking and snacking after a long day. It’s different from any other Japanese restaurants in the area, serving the typical sushi. They serve all kinds of alcohol I never heard about, like Sochu,…

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Kiss Kiss Kid Sister

Kiss Kiss Kid Sister

Chicago rapper Kid Sister is dropin’ it like it’s hot with Kiss Kiss Kiss, a brand new mixtape presented by Fool’s Gold. Look out for her colab with Gucci Man “Gucci Rag Top,” and production from Green Velvet, Carte Blanche and Scoop Deville. Get more…

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Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Watch out Tinseltown – the food revolution is coming to you! International superstar chef Jaime Oliver is gearing up to film the second season of his reality show “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” in Westwood. I liked the concept of the first season which took place…

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Edwin Lee Sworn in as Interim Mayor

Edwin Lee Sworn in as Interim Mayor

City administrator Edwin Lee was officially sworn in as San Francisco’s interim mayor on Tuesday afternoon. Lee was unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors to replace Gavin Newsom, who assumed his new post as the state’s lieutenant governor on Monday. The 58-year-old will fill…

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