New Years Eve Guide

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A Carnivorous Feast: Bursa Kebab Grills it Right
By SFS Staff (Jul 22, 2007)
Kebab has gotten a bad (w)rap in this country. When Americans think of kebab, often misspelled as kabob, what usually comes to mind is the gyros type sandwich composed of thin strips of lamb stuffed in a pita pocket with a couple of grilled tomato slices thrown in. Hardly satisfying fare for a kebab connoisseur such as myself. More »
Nighttime Fun for Active Teen
By SFS Staff (Jun 02, 2007)
These articles are a mix of teen-friendly venues and events. They were written to fill in the lack of all ages venues and clubs listings in the media. Because there are not enough places for teens to hang out, they often end up at their friends’ houses or doing things their parent’s would not approve of. With these articles, we hope to expose high school students to places where they can have fun and be safe at night. [b]Note: These venues also have 21+ events. Please check the individual event to make sure it's for ages under 21.[/b] ACTIVITIES . Yerba Buena Skating and Bowling Center . Kristi Yamaguchi Holiday Ice Rink . Mission Cliffs More »
Where to Go to Get Your Groove on
By SFS Staff (Jun 02, 2007)
These articles are a mix of teen-friendly venues and events. They were written to fill in the lack of all ages venues and clubs listings in the media. Because there are not enough places for teens to hang out, they often end up at their friends’ houses or doing things their parent’s would not approve of. With these articles, we hope to expose high school students to places where they can have fun and be safe at night. [b]Note: These venues also have 21+ events. Please check the individual event to make sure it's for ages under 21.[/b] MUSIC & CLUBS . Do Re Mi . Glow . Ashkenaz . 924 Gilman More »
Live Performance – the Antidote to the Movie Monotony
By SFS Staff (May 13, 2007)
These articles are a mix of teen-friendly venues and events. They were written to fill in the lack of all ages venues and clubs listings in the media. Because there are not enough places for teens to hang out, they often end up at their friends’ houses or doing things their parent’s would not approve of. With these articles, we hope to expose high school students to places where they can have fun and be safe at night: THEATER . Big City Improv . Magic Theatre . The Berkeley Reparatory Theater . Youth Speaks More »
An SF Station Survey of the Season's Most Popular Destinations
By SFS Staff (May 06, 2007)
As the holidays approach, several hotels in downtown San Francisco roll out the red carpet for a tradition that is growing in popularity but is still widely misunderstood -- the institution of high tea. But before we get too far, let's dispose of a few misconceptions. More »
By SFS Staff (May 04, 2007)
Martel and Nabiel's latest venture, a sister hot spot to Hyde Street's infamous Sushigroove, has brightened up SOMA, giving even the most crowd-shy diners a reason to wade through the nightlife jungle of 11th and Folsom. This sleek, warm space is most often home to casual swarms of e-society types making eyes at one another over their cold unfiltered lemon sake cocktails. You won't need your beer goggles here -- everyone is attractive, and so is the inventive cuisine. More »
Predictable and Yet Surprising
By SFS Staff (Jan 19, 2007)
This year's Academy Awards is a mixed bag. There are some predictable nominations and definitely some unexpected surprises, e.g. Abigail Breslin as Olive in [b]Little Miss Sunshine[/b] and Paul Greengrass for Best Director for [b]United 93[/b]. Raise your hand if you saw those two coming. But despite all the variances, there are still many similarities. More »
The Greatest Tastemakers
By SFS Staff (Jan 14, 2007)
This year's Top 5 list is all about tried-and-true teams and their latest efforts in San Francisco. Go forth, foodies; you deserve it. More »
Getting Frisky for Valentine’s
By SFS Staff (Jan 12, 2007)
San Frisky is what San Francisco ought to be called. Look around and you can find a bedlam of fanciful, fun, fetish fashions to wear not only at fairs, balls or clubs but also in your lair. Getting frisky for only Valentine’s or the Folsom Street Fair seems so conservative when there are so many other outfits to wear every day of the year. More »
2006 Edition
By SFS Staff (Nov 29, 2006)
This year's films have had a distinctly political slant. There have been biopics on historical figures: Idi Amin, Marie Antoinette, Willie Stark (aka Governor Huey Long of Louisiana), Queen Elizabeth II. There have been international incidents: [b]Babel[/b], [b]The Da Vinci Code[/b], [b]Casino Royale[/b], [b]Letters from Iwo Jima[/b], [b]Borat[/b]. We've experience the good with the bad, and the funny with the…not so funny. With the world in turmoil, is it any wonder that our cinema would reflect some of the same? Here are our critic's picks for the best and worst films and performances from this year. More »
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