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Watch the Golden Globes in SF

Watch the Golden Globes in SF

The first big awards show of the season, the 68th annual Golden Globes will be airing this Sunday, January 16th. Yes, you can watch it on television at home, but where’s the fun in that? Don’t you want to watch Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Wahlberg…

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Morning Beat: Crocodiles, Magic Bullets, Fresh & Onlys

Morning Beat: Crocodiles, Magic Bullets, Fresh & Onlys

If your only plan this weekend was to cry into a beer mug about how you missed Manchester in the 80s, consider a reschedule. Saturday night, local quintet Magic Bullets bring its Moz-meets-Orange Juice jangle pop to Slim’s in an opening slot for San Diego’s…

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Video: Darwin Deez “Radar Detector”

Video: Darwin Deez “Radar Detector”

Introducing Darwin Deez (nutz! had to say/write it), the New York pop singer, primed to pop with his self-titled debut album that drops February 22nd. His jingles are infectious, his videos are playful, together crafting a character that will catch boppers’ attention. Already buzzing across…

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Athleta Opening in Pac Heights

Athleta Opening in Pac Heights

Up till now, the Gap’s women’s athletic wear line, Athleta, was only sold on-line. But today the clothing mega-corporation based in San Francisco has opened an Athleta flagship store in 5000 sq. ft of space in Pacific Heights (2226 Fillmore St.). Now you can try…

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Scoring Coveted Last Minute Reservations

Scoring Coveted Last Minute Reservations

Have you ever had a problem getting a reservation at that hot new restaurant in San Francisco? Or the place you’ve been dying to try is booked on your one free night? Now Zagat has teamed up with Chase Sapphire to help get those coveted…

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Show Preview: Gant-Man @ SOM.

Show Preview: Gant-Man @ SOM.

After a two-month hiatus, Lights Down Low returns to SOM. tomorrow with Gant-Man, the Chicago DJ who help create the ghetto house sound that is now more commonly called juke. With more than 15 years in the game, he has established himself as an international…

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10th Annual SF Sketchfest

10th Annual SF Sketchfest

Let the laughing begin! Comedy festival SF Sketchfest kicks off its 10th year today with the Upright Citizens Brigade at the Marines’ Memorial Theatre. Running through Saturday, February 5th, the festival is hosted by nine venues and includes talent such as Dan Aykroyd, Candice Bergen,…

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Baking Classes & Pie Contests

Baking Classes & Pie Contests

SusieCakes in the Marina is gearing up for National Pie Day, January 22nd (why is this not a national holiday?), by holding a pie recipe contest. It is also hosting some cool baking classes. Submit your favorite pie recipes to baked@susiecakesla.com for a chance to…

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Best Restaurants to do Business

Best Restaurants to do Business

Business meals are not all about the food. It’s about the environment and being able to have good food, but also have a meeting and trying to close a deal. Esquire takes a look at several major cities around the country, including San Francisco, and…

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Facebook to Show AMBER Alerts

Facebook to Show AMBER Alerts

Social networking giant Facebook is now offering to help with child abductions across the country. The AMBER Alert system started as an agreement between broadcasters and law enforcement agencies to quickly release information to the public on child abductions so citizens could help with the…

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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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