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Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

This Saturday night, while the lit kids crawl through the Mission, the Yerba Buena area of SOMA will be transformed into a playground of free outdoor art, music, dance and performance.

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Straw Debuts Carny Catering

Straw Debuts Carny Catering

Since its opening in February, Straw has been delighting customers with its lighthearted carnival-inspired menu and atmosphere. If you missed out on visits to the County Fair or local high school carnivals as a kid, this Hayes Valley gem is a great throw-back to the…

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San Francisco Launches Bike Rental Program

San Francisco Launches Bike Rental Program

A new bicycle rental program in San Francisco was celebrated on Tuesday with an inaugural ride in Golden Gate Park with Mayor Ed Lee and other city officials.

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Album Review: Mayer Hawthorne’s 'How Do You Do'

Album Review: Mayer Hawthorne’s 'How Do You Do'

Neo-soul phenomenon Mayer Hawthorne wowed us a few years back with his debut album, A Strange Arrangement, ­ a colorful collection of tracks that expressed the spirit of the 60s and paid tribute to Detroit’s golden years. Today, Hawthorne is back with his second album,…

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Governor Signs Open-Carry Bill

Governor Signs Open-Carry Bill

It has been a busy past few weeks for California Governor Jerry Brown, as he has signed hundreds of bills that are before his desk.  One of the more controversial has been one that prohibits Californians from openly carrying unloaded handguns.

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Halloween Movie Guide

Halloween Movie Guide

Landmark Theatres, Roxie Theater and San Francisco’s famed Castro Theatre celebrate Halloween with special screenings of horror classics leading up to the holiday.

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Japanese Curry in the Tenderloin

Japanese Curry in the Tenderloin

The Tenderloin area predominated by Indian-Pakistani restaurants will soon welcome a Japanese curry shop named Kare-Ken.

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Literary Arts: Litquake & Then Some

Literary Arts: Litquake & Then Some

If you haven’t noticed, SF is currently being taken over by Literary madness. Now, more than ever, it’s time to get your read on.

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Hapa Ramen to Open Fillmore Shop in 2012

Hapa Ramen to Open Fillmore Shop in 2012

Just a week after posting news of Ken Ken Ramen upcoming new place, Hapa Ramen the street ramen vendor at the Ferry Building, has announced that they plan to have a restaurant of their own too.

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Treasure Island Music Festival Playlist

Treasure Island Music Festival Playlist

The summer/fall music festival season ends with the Treasure Island Music festival this weekend. Turn up the bass and get ready for the last outdoor blowout of the year.

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Governor Brown Signs Shark Fin Ban Into Law

Governor Brown Signs Shark Fin Ban Into Law

After months of wrangling, Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that would ban the possession, sale and distribution of imported shark fins in the state.

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Q&A: Ben Tundra of Tundra Dubs Records

Q&A: Ben Tundra of Tundra Dubs Records

Since its beginnings, witch house has been a genre that has either been vehemently dismissed or met with enthusiastic praise. However, Bay Area record label Tundra Dubs, a boutique label that specializes in the subgenre founded by Ben Tundra, has been going strong since it’s…

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