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Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

The television show Pee-Wee’s Playhouse is best remembered for its off-brand eccentricity, offering kids of the late 80s a chance to suspend reality along with its somewhat neurotic main character, Pee-Wee, played by actor Paul Reubens. Yet, with atypical characters like Randy, a bullying redheaded…

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Artist Jeremy Mann Hosts Book Release Tonight

Artist Jeremy Mann Hosts Book Release Tonight

San Francisco-based artist Jeremy Mann will be will be present tonight at John Pence Gallery from 6 to 8:30pm for the unveiling of his first hardcover book featuring copies of his full-size artwork. Mann is perhaps best known for painting vivid urban settings on wooden…

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May Food News: All You Need To Know

May Food News: All You Need To Know

New Restaurant: Belga The bar-restaurant with a Belgian-German cuisine opened in the Marina neighborhood, taking over Cafe Des Amis’ former spot. Helmed by chef Freedom Rains and offering a full bar, the dimly lit space is dinner only at this point, with plans to expand…

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Roka Akor Opens in Jackson Square

Roka Akor Opens in Jackson Square

A restaurant with a Japanese flair that is part steakhouse, part seafood and sushi haven, Roka Akor is opening its doors in Jackson Square on Thursday.

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A16 Rockridge Brings Southern Italian Cuisine to Oakland

A16 Rockridge Brings Southern Italian Cuisine to Oakland

Popular San Francisco restaurant A16 has expanded to the other side of the Bay this month, opening in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood.

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Umami Burger Opens Second Bay Area Location in Palo Alto

Umami Burger Opens Second Bay Area Location in Palo Alto

The popular Umami Burger franchise has once again touched down in the Bay Area, with the opening of its second location in downtown Palo Alto over the weekend.

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Bi-Rite Market Opens Second Location on Divisadero

Bi-Rite Market Opens Second Location on Divisadero

Is Divisadero Street becoming the new Valencia? With the opening of Bi-Rite Market this week next to neighborhood stalwart Nopa, along with the recent opening of The Mill, the corridor seems like it might be this year’s “it” neighborhood for food-lovers.

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Charles Phan’s Latest Project, South, Opens at SF Jazz Center

Charles Phan’s Latest Project, South, Opens at SF Jazz Center

The SF JAZZ Center has been a rousing success after opening its doors a little more than a month ago. Now, those attending a show can grab a bite to eat in the same building with the opening of South.

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The Forge Now Open at Jack London Square

The Forge Now Open at Jack London Square

We told you about The Forge at Jack London Square in Oakland last week. The restaurant near the waterfront has passed all inspections and opened up for service on Tuesday.

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New SoMa Urban Winery Set To Open – Tank18

New SoMa Urban Winery Set To Open – Tank18

A new space is San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood opens on Saturday, January 26. Part winery, part tasting room, event venue and stage for rotating chefs, food trucks and cheese mongers, Tank18 is self-described as “big, loud and full of alcohol.”

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First Look: Ramen Shop in Oakland

First Look: Ramen Shop in Oakland

So far this year, January has been the month of openings, both in San Francisco and across the Bay. And one of the hottest spots has been The Ramen Shop in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland.

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The Bon Vivants Latest Project, Trick Dog Opens Monday Night

The Bon Vivants Latest Project, Trick Dog Opens Monday Night

Although it has been a long process, the opening of Trick Dog is finally upon us, as The Bon Vivants open the doors on Monday night.

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