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Nojo Opens in Hayes Valley

Nojo Opens in Hayes Valley

One of the biggest trends in the last year or so has been the popularity of izakaya-style Japanese restaurants in San Francisco. Chotto and Nombe are just two that have gained wide popularity for their Japanese “pub-grub” featuring yakitori (grilled skewered items) and other assorted…

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The Kills Offer Free Stream of New Album

The Kills Offer Free Stream of New Album

Get ready to hear a lot more about The Kills in 2011. The duo’s excellent new album is available to stream for free before its official release this Tuesday. Featuring Alison Mosshart, who also fronts the Dead Weather, and  guitarist Jamie Hince, The Kills have…

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The Antlers new album and US tour

The Antlers new album and US tour

There’s been some silence from The Antlers’ camp since the 2009 release of Hospice, but they’ve apparently moved into the studio for the last five months and are set to release Burst Apart May 10 via Frenchkiss Records.  Tickets went on sale this morning for…

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On Second LP, The Donkeys Kick Ass

On Second LP, The Donkeys Kick Ass

San Diego natives The Donkeys are back and more sun-drenched than ever, but please, don’t hold that against them. The band, who caught a lot of flack surrounding their previous release for sounding a bit too southern Cali are back to prove us all wrong….

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SF Street Art: Berwick (photos)

SF Street Art: Berwick (photos)

We went wondering in the SOMA and happened upon some incredible street art. Yet another reason why we love this city! Send us your street pics to tips@sfstation.com.

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Costume Karaoke at Deco Lounge (Video)

Costume Karaoke at Deco Lounge (Video)

Watch what goes on every Thursday night at Deco Lounge: interesting and diverse characters, costumes, karaoke (of course) and good vibes! Enjoy our video coverage? Email tips@sfstation.com for more info on how to get your business or event covered.

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SF’s Happiest Hour: McCormick & Kuleto’s

SF’s Happiest Hour: McCormick & Kuleto’s

Today I start another popular segment that will be Twitter-trending in no time: SF’s Happiest Hour. Armed with nothing more than an insatiable appetite and an impossibly small bank account I have taken to the streets of our fine city in search of the best…

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Closing: Ti Couz (Mission) and Maggie Mudd (Bernal)

Closing: Ti Couz (Mission) and Maggie Mudd (Bernal)

If you haven’t yet heard, Mission mainstay Ti Couz, which has been serving up Normandy-style crepes since 1992, and Bernal Heights ice creamery Maggie Mudd, a favorite of vegans and non-vegans alike, are both closing up shop. Maggie’s last day will be this Sunday, April…

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DJ Q&A: The Crystal Method

DJ Q&A: The Crystal Method

Although rave culture today differs vastly than it did a dozen years ago, there’s still hasn’t been a better electronic act to define the scene than The Crystal Method. The group’s debut album Vegas changed the music scene with its medley of hip-hop and funk…

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Opening Day in Baseball Arrives; Bay Area Hopes Spring Eternal

Opening Day in Baseball Arrives; Bay Area Hopes Spring Eternal

The San Francisco Giants will open the season as defending World Series champions. Many lifelong fans thought they would never hear that sentence, but the franchise’s dream season came true last year. Now comes the hard part: can the team repeat in 2011? And let’s…

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Chefs to Battle in Island Cook Off Wednesday Night

Chefs to Battle in Island Cook Off Wednesday Night

A month-long battle between five San Francisco chefs and restaurants culminates on Wednesday in an island-inspired cooking competition. The Island Style Cook Off is being held at Sens Restaurant in the Embarcadero Center with all proceeds benefiting Project Open Hand. For $20, guests will get…

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Governor Brown Halts Budget Talks

Governor Brown Halts Budget Talks

California Governor Jerry Brown has ended budget negotiations with Republican lawmakers, casting doubt over how the Legislature will close the state’s remaining deficit. Brown issued a statement on Tuesday, saying he had halted talks after GOP leaders released a list of 53 demands they said…

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