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Bridge School Lineup Changes

Bridge School Lineup Changes

The organizers behind Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit, next weekend at Shoreline Amphitheatre, announced a few last minute changes.

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Wings and More in the Haight

Wings and More in the Haight

I have always wondered why there aren’t more wing places in San Francisco. But for those looking for a great spot, Wing Wings on Haight Street can fill your craving.

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ACRE/SF, Fashion with a Caffeine Fix

ACRE/SF, Fashion with a Caffeine Fix

San Francisco’s ACRE/SF combines two powerful fixes that city dwellers desire: style and caffeine kick if form of a fresh-brewed cup of Joe.

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Helms Alee, Not Your Mama’s Metal Band

Helms Alee, Not Your Mama’s Metal Band

Fresh off a summer-long tour opening for metal giants Big Business and Torche, Helms Alee are back to change the world’s mind about post-metal.

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Inner Sunset Neighborhood Happy Hour (with free beer!)

Inner Sunset Neighborhood Happy Hour (with free beer!)

The N-Judah Chronicles blog is celebrating their 6th anniversary at Blackthorn Tavern with an Inner Sunset neighborhood happy hour.

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

A report on resident’s concerns in the Richmond, free history tours in October and vintage vehicles on display.

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Album Stream: Lil B 'The Silent President'

Album Stream: Lil B 'The Silent President'

Stream and download The Silent President mixtape from Berkeley’s own Lil B “The Based God”

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Roam Is Where the Heart Is

Roam Is Where the Heart Is

Don’t let the name fool you: Cow Hollow is filled with cattle these days. Yet in a neighborhood dominated by block after block of delicious ground beef, Roam Artisan Burgers (1785 Union Street) stands out as one of the best gourmet burger joints in the…

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Ferran Adria Tells Us the Fable of the Omelet and the Miniskirt

Ferran Adria Tells Us the Fable of the Omelet and the Miniskirt

The sky was grey.  The air was wet with drizzle.  People started a queue as early as 4:00 in the afternoon.  The line of umbrella’ed attendees wound from the front of the Castro Theater around the corner down 17th Street.  All because of a chef.

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Arrests Made as Occupy SF Protests Continue

Arrests Made as Occupy SF Protests Continue

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of the Financial District in San Francisco on Wednesday, part of the ongoing Occupy SF movement.

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Beaten Giants Fan’s Condition Greatly Improves

Beaten Giants Fan’s Condition Greatly Improves

It was back at the end of March that San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally beaten following a game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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Ten Acts to Remember at Treasure Island

Ten Acts to Remember at Treasure Island

The Treasure Island Music Festival has a reputation for having some of the most established acts, as well as extremely talented up and comers who’s albums are just gaining attention.

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