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SF Muni Selects Interim Chief

SF Muni Selects Interim Chief

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority has unanimously approved Debra Johnson as acting Executive Director,  as she is set to take Nathaniel Ford’s place when he leaves the agency on Thursday. Johnson currently serves as director of administration, taxis and accessible services. Ford announced his…

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Preview: Battlehooch at The Independent

Preview: Battlehooch at The Independent

San Francisco psychedelic band Battlehooch is headlining The Independent this Friday, June 1st. We spoke to bassist Grant Goodrich about life on the road, video projects, and just what the hell that band name is about. Tell us a little about the Casual Religious EP that you…

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Hot Video: "Marvin's Room" by Drake

Hot Video: "Marvin's Room" by Drake

Drizzy Drake has been busy the last couple weeks, dropping three brand new tracks as we wait for the drop date for his second album. “Marvin’s Rooms” is subtle and relatable, strong and vulnerable, and to top it all off, it was recorded in Marvin Gaye’s studio (hence…

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Hot Track: Letting Up Despite Great Faults, "Teenage Tide"

Hot Track: Letting Up Despite Great Faults, "Teenage Tide"

Mike Lee and Co. are back with another summer jam for the masses. LA-based quintet Letting Up Despite Great Faults have a lot in common with M83, The Radio Dept., and fellow tongue twisters The Pains of Being Pure At Heart. “Teenage Tide” is the…

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Hot Track: "The Big Bad Wolf" Duck Sauce

Hot Track: "The Big Bad Wolf" Duck Sauce

Are you ready to start jamming with your computer screen? A-Trak dropped this little number twice at Coachella, once during his set and again while playing along side his other half Armand Van Helden. Since then I’ve been searching the depths of the Internet looking…

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Movie and Wine at Top of the Mark

Movie and Wine at Top of the Mark

If you enjoy movies and wine, the Top of the Mark Lounge at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel has the solution for you this summer. The iconic lounge, with spectacular views of the city, is offering free wine tasting and movie screenings on Tuesdays all…

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Kasa the Indian Truck

Kasa the Indian Truck

In yet more Indian eatery news, Kasa is on the verge of launching their new Kasa Indian Truck. The mobile food vendor will be serving up their usual chai and kati rolls with a few other specially added items like Pav Bhaji. Initially the truck…

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Some Like it Hot

Some Like it Hot

And by ‘hot’, I mean spicy of course. Starting today Dosa Fillmore is introducing a new secret chile pepper menu for BlackboardEats subscribers. Apparently though, nothing on the menu is super hot, and most of the dishes can be adjusted to taste. So enjoy. Diners…

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Wild Boar Anyone?

Wild Boar Anyone?

Chef Thomas McNaughton of (flour + water) is known for his love of sustainable agriculture, local farms and whole animal butchery, and he’ll be bringing all these elements together for the Wild Boar dinner series starting this Friday July 1. The dinner includes a five-course…

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Bon Iver Returns

Bon Iver Returns

Seems like you can’t go to a music news source without hearing about Bon Iver, and rightfully so. Justin Vernon’s self-titled second album, Bon Iver, was released across the globe last week. The album is united by Vernon’s beautiful falsetto and timeless, emotional spark that…

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Mural in Progress (Tenderloin)

Mural in Progress (Tenderloin)

A mural was being freshly painted yesterday as I perused through the Tenderloin on an afternoon stroll. In one of San Francisco’s most colorful neighborhoods, viewing this mural led to some good stories to tell when I arrived home. I can’t wait to see this…

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Blogger Jailed for Bad Review

Blogger Jailed for Bad Review

Sigh, the life of a food blogger or critic is tough sometimes. And never was that more evident than the recent case of a Taiwanese blogger who was jailed for giving a restaurant a bad review. The Taipei Times reports the blogger, surnamed Liu, wrote…

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