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Amazon Gets Into the Tablet Market

Amazon Gets Into the Tablet Market

Amazon.com is the latest challenger to Apple’s dominance in the tablet market introducing plans this week to launch the Kindle Fire in November.

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Bank of America to Charge Customers Fee for Debit Card Purchases

Bank of America to Charge Customers Fee for Debit Card Purchases

Bank of America, the largest bank in the United States, plans to start charging customers who use their debit cards for purchases a $5 monthly fee beginning early next year.

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Mission District News

Mission District News

Lines are growing at local food banks, a look at the transition for a newly merged middle and elementary school, the safety of the Mission is called into question and city officials look to save a free food stand.

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Q&A: Patrick Brown, Different Fur Studios

Q&A: Patrick Brown, Different Fur Studios

We sat down recently to chat with Patrick Brown, sound engineer and owner of Different Fur, a Mission District recording studio that has been in business for over 40 years.

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R.E.M. to release retrospective collection

R.E.M. to release retrospective collection

It’s not quite the end of R.E.M. as we know it — a few days after announcing their breakup, the band announced their upcoming 2-disc retrospective Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011, due out November 15 on Warner Bros. Records.

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Movie Review: 50/50

Movie Review: 50/50

Who knew having cancer could be so amusing? It sounds insensitive but that’s exactly the tone that Jonathan Levine finds with his new film 50/50.

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Live Review: Decibel Opening Party

Live Review: Decibel Opening Party

Greetings from Seattle! I’m out here covering a few showcases for Decibel and hope you look forward to reading my reviews. Last night I went to their opening party at Re:bar

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Beer Review: Elysian Dragonstooth Stout

Beer Review: Elysian Dragonstooth Stout

As some of you may know, I also write for the Pulse blog and this week I’ve made it out to Seattle to write about the West Coast’s most up and coming electronic music festival, Decibel. It’s been a while since I’ve traveled and I’m…

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Sake Day in San Francisco Celebrates a Toast to Recovery

Sake Day in San Francisco Celebrates a Toast to Recovery

The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California in San Francisco will be hosting the 6th annual Sake Day this Saturday.

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Hayes Valley Parklet Party

Hayes Valley Parklet Party

Hayes Valley will soon have their first community parklet. To celebrate, generate interest, and fundraise, a Parklet Party will take place on Friday at Mercury Cafe.

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Party in the Fish Tank

Party in the Fish Tank

The Thursday nightlife just got a lot better.  This Thursday, Sept 29, the California Academy of Sciences trumps the entertainment world. Imagine special musical performances, discovering the latest innovations from Microsoft, drinking fine cocktails,  glowing aquarium displays, and seeing the museum’s greatest exhibits all for…

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12th Annual World Veg*n Festival

12th Annual World Veg*n Festival

Golden Gate Park will be buzzing this weekend, that’s for sure. We know that Hardly Strictly will be taking over Speedway Meadow, but another festival will be taking residence at the San Francisco County Fair Building: the 12th Annual World Veg*n Festival, taking place this…

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