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Staff Picks: Favorite Albums of 2015

Staff Picks: Favorite Albums of 2015

It’s been a good year for music! Here are some of our favorite albums of 2015… Calexico, Edge of the Sun Selected by Anthony Presti Their ninth album since they started their musical career in 1997, the Tucson, Arizona tex-mex Americana band, lead by Joey…

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SF After Dark: Seeing Inner Beauty, Out with Dijon Bowden

SF After Dark: Seeing Inner Beauty, Out with Dijon Bowden

When your office is in the streets, everybody knows your name. At least, that was the sense I got when I met up with Souls of Society creator Dijon Bowden for the third installment of SF After Dark. Perhaps you’ve seen his striking portraits on…

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Best New Restaurants of 2015

Best New Restaurants of 2015

  Being a foodie in the city is a 24/7, non-stop commitment. New places pop up all the time, their 15 minutes of fame short and sweet. A great review here, an Instagram frenzy there, and everyone moves on to the next “It” destination. What…

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Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

The shopping frenzy, the Christmas lights everywhere, the holiday cheer – the list of reasons to have a drink goes on and on this time of year. And while you’re drowning your gratitude, winter blues, or last minute shopping in booze (hey, we’re not here…

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Super City 50 EDM Festival is a Win for Super Bowl Weekend (Diplo, Alesso, Chromeo)

Super City 50 EDM Festival is a Win for Super Bowl Weekend (Diplo, Alesso, Chromeo)

Unfortunately neither the 49ers nor the Raiders will be playing in Super Bowl 50 this year at Levi’s Stadium, however, to shake the football blues, consider the inaugural Super City 50 electronic dance music festival at O.co Coliseum in Oakland on Saturday, February 6. This…

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Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

The 100,000-square-foot, city-owned Old Mint building at 88 Fifth Street awaits a new future. According to sources, the city of San Francisco’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development has issued a request for proposals to find a partner that can “restore and activate the Old…

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Casual and Classy: Little Gem Restaurant Opens in Hayes Valley

Casual and Classy: Little Gem Restaurant Opens in Hayes Valley

Modern California eatery Little Gem opened last week at 400 Grove Street (at Gough) in Hayes Valley. The 2,000 square foot space in a newly constructed building currently has 78 seats available for dinner, lunch, and weekend brunch. The team behind Little Gem has decades…

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How to Get Zen During the Holiday Season

How to Get Zen During the Holiday Season

All of those holiday season comedies have one thing in common – stress and frustration are in the root of every plot line. Without the pressure, (getting along with his family alone!) the most cheerful, merry, decorated time of the year simply isn’t complete. Our answer?…

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Culinary Collabs: Italian Chef Mario Batali & NorCal’s Belcampo Meat

Culinary Collabs: Italian Chef Mario Batali & NorCal’s Belcampo Meat

The trend of lucrative collaborations has reached an unexpected frontier – charcuterie! The superstar of everything Italian Mario Batali and Belcampo Meat Co, the prime Northern Californian destination for prime cuts, announced a gourmet ‘collection’ of collaborative salumi called “Belcampo by Mario Batali”. The new…

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Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Show your support for the Mission district’s Roxie Theater this holiday season to help them keep ticket prices low. Built in 1909, this cinema has tremendous history, but rising rents and higher costs mean that the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is forced to raise their ticket…

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10 of San Francisco’s Biggest News Stories of 2015

10 of San Francisco’s Biggest News Stories of 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, San Franciscans are looking back at the past year and all of the triumphant, emotional, interesting and controversial events that made headlines. Before you head into 2016, glance back at some of the Bay Area’s biggest moments of 2015…

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New Berkeley Venue To Open with Best Coast, WAVVES

New Berkeley Venue To Open with Best Coast, WAVVES

The Bay Area has an exciting new concert venue opening up in downtown Berkeley in 2016. The 1,400 person capacity UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall is currently undergoing a $5.6 million renovation and was originally slated to open in 2015 but now has a…

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