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It’s Groundhog Day

It’s Groundhog Day

Not that we San Franciscans should be complaining about crappy winter weather when the east coast was hit with three snowstorms in one week and Chicago now looks like this, but today is Groundhog Day (why do we even still follow this weird custom?) and…

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The Best-Designed Restaurant in SF

The Best-Designed Restaurant in SF

And the winner is…Local Mission Eatery! California Home and Design asked readers which restaurant sported the best design in San Francisco and, after more than 3,000 votes, Local Mission Eatery was declared the winner with 741 votes. Here is the list of 23 nominees. What…

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Superbowl Sobriety Checks

Superbowl Sobriety Checks

The SFPD has issued a warning that they will be conducting a “Pre-Super Bowl Sobriety Checkpoint” on Saturday, February 5. The checkpoint will be located at Geary Blvd. and Steiner St. and will run from 8:30pm – 1am. The police holding the sobriety check the…

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Morning Beat: Week in Photos

Morning Beat: Week in Photos

Get over the hump with a selection of great pics taken during the last week from our photos galleries, including Black Thought from The Roots, EPK, Depressed Buttons, Medjool, and more. Check out all of SF Station’s photo galleries.

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VIDEO: DJ Bam Bam feat. Sue Cho “Your Love is Explosive”

VIDEO: DJ Bam Bam feat. Sue Cho “Your Love is Explosive”

It’s Feb 1st, which means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you’re still not motivated to make plans or find the perfect Valentine hookup for the holiday weekend, the marching snare, thumping bass, and clean synth line from this track by DJ Bam…

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Ban on Yellow Pages

Ban on Yellow Pages

You know those yellow bricks that you have no idea what to do with? Well, the phone books you either let become rain-soaked clumps on your stoop or clunky door stops somewhere in your house may be a thing of the past. David Chiu, president…

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New Mission Brewery

New Mission Brewery

It’s almost time for Beer Week, so obviously hops, barley and breweries are on one’s the mind. So imagine our delight when we learned that Anthony LaVia (of Gestalt Haus and Matador SF) is opening a gastro pub and brewery, called the Southern Pacific Brewing…

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Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

The SF Appeal reports that Mollie Stone’s has just confirmed that it will indeed take over the space vacated by the recently shutdown Delano’s grocery on 18th Street in the Castro. They plan to open in early March. Photo credit: http://www.editingarts.com

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Oprah Going Vegan

Oprah Going Vegan

Well, at least for a week. Talk show host and media demi-god, Oprah Winfrey, along with her 378 staffers have decided to go vegan for one week. That’s seven days of no meat, no dairy, no eggs and no animal products whatsoever. Let’s see if…

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San Francisco Public Library Plays Cupid

San Francisco Public Library Plays Cupid

Where are the top pick up spots in San Francisco?  Grocery stores- Check. Cocktail parties- Check. Muni (Strange, yes, but try it!)- Check. Time to add the San Francisco Public Library to the list as it hosts its first-ever “literary speed-dating” events this week in honor of Valentine’s…

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Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Looking for some new music this week? Well, luckily it’s time again for the 2nd Annual Winter Music Fest. Starting this Thursday you can introduce yourself to a bunch of local bands. In conjunction with the 13th SF Independent Film Festival and Indiefest, the Winter…

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Video: What is the Internet?

Video: What is the Internet?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nTPX4JW_Ts&feature=player_embedded

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