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Cinco de Mayo Parties in San Francisco

Cinco de Mayo Parties in San Francisco

Cinco de Mayo, a holiday more closely associated these days with tequila, Mexican beer and tacos than Mexico’s independence after French occupation in the 1800s, is back with a weekend full of parties.

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Burger King Delivery Coming Soon to San Francisco?

Burger King Delivery Coming Soon to San Francisco?

After launching in other cities across the country, fast food chain Burger King could soon be bringing delivery to San Francisco.

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SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

851 is a monthly reading series (dubbed by City Lights Bookstore as “by far, one of the most exciting reading series in San Francisco”) hosted by Janey Smith, located in a derelict apartment in Lower Haight lit entirely by tea lights, votives, and those Saint…

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Where to Hit the Ice – Bay Area Holiday Ice Rinks

Where to Hit the Ice – Bay Area Holiday Ice Rinks

Holiday season means many things in the Bay Area – lights, Christmas trees, decorations, shopping – and the wonders of nature with holiday ice rinks popping up in the Bay Area. Here are some of the spots to lace up those skates.

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Marcus Samuelsson Tours the Bay

Marcus Samuelsson Tours the Bay

It was a whirlwind two days for acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson, who visited the Bay Area as part of his nationwide book tour for his new memoir, “Yes, Chef.” I got a chance to sit down with Chef Samuelsson for a few minutes after his…

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson Set to Visit Bay Area

Chef Marcus Samuelsson Set to Visit Bay Area

Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson has launched a nationwide book tour for his new memoir, “Yes, Chef,” and will be visiting the Bay Area in early July.

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Summer Ales

Summer Ales

Summertime and the living’s easy…as long as you have your hands on a few choice seasonal suds. If you haven’t had the pleasure of sipping on any of the following summer specialties, now’s the time to hit up your local grocer or brewpub.

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SF Not One of the Most Polluted Cities in the U.S.

SF Not One of the Most Polluted Cities in the U.S.

Take a deep breath. Do you sense that cool, crisp air filling your lungs? Now breathe out because, up until recently, the air in the Bay Area was considered among the most polluted in the Unites States.

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Spruce Burger – Top 10 in the Country

Spruce Burger – Top 10 in the Country

This past spring, I reminisced about my favorite burger in all of San Francisco: the Spruce Burger. Now this cherished chunk of beef is being honored as one of the Top 25 Best Hamburgers in the Country!

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Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

This harvest season fill up your glass with liquid gold– some pumpkin beer. It’s truly the only definition of seasonal beverages, enjoying natural spices like ground ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and perhaps even some real sugar pie pumpkins.

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Treasure Island: Not Just For Pirates

Treasure Island: Not Just For Pirates

As a new resident in the Bay Area, whenever someone mentions Treasure Island I laugh. This must be a San Fran joke I’m not yet privy to. Treasure Island is a place for pirates, or at least where they go looking for gold. Or something….

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Walking in Pink

Walking in Pink

Remnants of various shades of pink are scattered across the Bay Area after thousands of people walked over 60 miles in three days this past weekend. The Susan G. Komen 3-day for the Cure brought families, friends and survivors together for the epic event.

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