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Preview: Paper City @ Kimos July 20th

Preview: Paper City @ Kimos July 20th

Hailing from Long Beach, CA, Paper City is about to embark upon a 60-day tour of the US to promote their latest release, Popular Talk.

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Nom Nom Truck Set to Launch SF Version

Nom Nom Truck Set to Launch SF Version

The great thing about Twitter is that you can pick up little nuggets of information here and there. And in the food industry, those little nuggets can turn into news.

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Album Review: Portugal. The Man

Album Review: Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man is back at it with their sixth album in six years, In the Mountain In the Cloud.

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31st San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

31st San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival was formed in 1980, becoming the world’s first Jewish film festival of it’s kind. From July 21 to August 8, 2011 it will celebrate its 31st year in existence across four cities in the Bay Area.

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TL Taco Tuesdays at Jones

TL Taco Tuesdays at Jones

Who can resist a catchphrase like “Tacos. Tequila. Tecate. And You”? It lures you in like a siren’s call. Jones in the ‘Loin is hosting a new happy hour special every week this summer, kicking things off tomorrow, Tuesday June 19th.

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Q&A: Wesley Eisold of Cold Cave

Q&A: Wesley Eisold of Cold Cave

Cold Cave’s Wesley Eisold spent a number of years in the seminal hardcore bands American Nightmare and Give Up the Ghost. He took a moment before heading out on tour to explain why he made the leap to synthpop and his how his inability to…

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SF Hookah Lounges Go Up In Smoke

SF Hookah Lounges Go Up In Smoke

They have been a point of contention for several years. But now, officials with the San Francisco Department of Public Health have threatened to shut down hookah lounges in the city.

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Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?

Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?

San Francisco’s Public Library offers up the chance to view a 2010 film festival favorite for free this evening with a screening of “Bag It.”

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Sushi in a Nightclub Setting

Sushi in a Nightclub Setting

I will readily admit that I am a horrible sushi snob. I critique every piece of sushi, every grain of rice, every slice of seafood. If there is something missing, I duly take note. But I always like to try out different places to experience…

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Help Stephen Malkmus Get (Radio) Play

Help Stephen Malkmus Get (Radio) Play

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks are set to release Mirror Traffic on Matador Records August 23, leading off with single “Senator” — a Pavement-meets-Velvet Underground tune which (much to the FCC’s assumed dismay) often repeats the choice lyric “I know what the senator wants/what the…

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Capsule Movie Reviews: Terri and Tabloid

Capsule Movie Reviews: Terri and Tabloid

A look at poignant outcast Drama, Terri, and Errol Morris’ latest documentary.

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The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America

The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America

GQ just posted a tongue-in-cheek piece on the The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America and, of course, they totally slammed SF-style. What? Are our hipsters and our hoodlums dressed in over-sized Giants gear not good enough for you?

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