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Les Claypool: Wine Us, Dine Us, Primus

Les Claypool: Wine Us, Dine Us, Primus

Primus returns to the Greek in Berkeley tomorrow night, rocking out the Bay with the ultimate performance of an extensive American tour. Charismatic frontman Les Claypool recently took some time out of his hectic schedule to chat it up about his music and his own…

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Video: Freaker’s Ball at Public Works

Video: Freaker’s Ball at Public Works

It’s finally the Friday of Halloween weekend! Picking out parties will be undoubtedly difficult, but conveniently someone created a video to elaborate on the line up for one in particular that is worth investigating.

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Earthquake Safety Guide

Earthquake Safety Guide

The Bay Area has experienced a few good shakes recently, with earthquakes in the East Bay and Sierra Foothills. Luckily, they didn’t appear to damage much more than the nerves of the people who experienced them. While earthquakes are unpredictable, there are several ways to…

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Café Tiramisu Celebrates 20th Anniversary with 1991 Menu

Café Tiramisu Celebrates 20th Anniversary with 1991 Menu

1991: the year of Silence of the Lambs and Nirvana’s Nevermind. Stamps were just twenty-nine cents and you could get beef carpaccio for $5. Ah, the good ol’ days of being in kindergarten and wearing stirrup leggings and Keds. 90s fashion is making a comeback,…

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A Taste of Napa Valley, Right in Union Square

A Taste of Napa Valley, Right in Union Square

A weekend in the Wine Country is always a nice get-away from busy city life, but if you’re too busy to do that, there’s a new option right in the heart of San Francisco. Chateau Montelena Winery has opened its first ever fully owned-and-operated tasting…

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New Track: David Lynch and Karen O “Pinky’s Dream”

New Track: David Lynch and Karen O “Pinky’s Dream”

David Lynch releases another new song from his forthcoming debut album Crazy Clown Time.

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Boring Barbie Gets a Makeover

Boring Barbie Gets a Makeover

The 9th Annual Altered Barbie Exhibition comes to the city just in time to give the classic kids toy a chance to dress up for Halloween, too.

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Movie Review: The Rum Diary

Movie Review: The Rum Diary

It’s hard not to compare The Rum Diary to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Not only are both based off of novels by famed gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, but Johnny Depp inhabits versions of Thompson in both films.

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Video: Youth Lagoon, “July”

Video: Youth Lagoon, “July”

Boise, ID’s Youth Lagoon (chosen moniker of 22-year-old Trevor Powers) kick off a string of November US tour dates on Tuesday night at Bottom of the Hill.

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Rip Curl Pro Ocean Beach Surf Contest Preview

Rip Curl Pro Ocean Beach Surf Contest Preview

With thirty-six of the word’s best surfers descending on the north stretch of Ocean Beach for the Rip Curl Pro Search surf contest—the first major San Francisco surf contest—the City becomes the unlikely focal point of the professional surfing industry Nov. 1-12.

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Beer Review: Stone Brewing Double Bastard 2011

Beer Review: Stone Brewing Double Bastard 2011

It’s that time of year again! The guys over at Stone Brewing have come up with their new batch of Double Bastard, an American strong ale that’s double the fun of the traditional Arrogant Bastard.

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Public House: A Home Run in the Off-Season

Public House: A Home Run in the Off-Season

As baseball season comes to a close (the Giants are still defending champions for at least a few more hours) you might be surprised to know that one of the city’s best taprooms is in AT&T Park, and it’s a winner throughout the year.

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