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Mission District News

A century-old Mission building has been demolished, a look at the campaign money in the San Francisco mayor’s race, paid internships are okayed for undocumented and low-income students and the future of Garfield Park is up in the air.

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Beer Review: Shipyard Brewing Co. Smashed Pumpkin

Beer Review: Shipyard Brewing Co. Smashed Pumpkin

I got back to pumpkin ales today, after finding Shipyard Brewing Co.’s Smashed Pumpkin at Whole Foods last night.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Enjoy the Fleet Week-end with packed dancefloors and talented artists all around town!

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Movie Review: The Ides of March

Movie Review: The Ides of March

Directed by George Clooney, The Ides of March, an adaptation of Beau Willimon’s 2008 play, “Farragut North,” explores, with varying levels of success, the conflict between idealism and cynicism and the conflict between principle and power through the prism of a fictitious Democratic presidential primary…

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Preview: Tiger & Woods live at BeatBox

Preview: Tiger & Woods live at BeatBox

Tiger & Woods stepped out onto the emerging disco/house scene a couple years ago with a goal in mind to share fresh and timeless cuts in the best possible way. Larry Tiger and David Woods like to keep their fans guessing as to who they…

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Asian Fusion Comes to…Macy’s?

Asian Fusion Comes to…Macy’s?

This November, a new concept in fast-casual dining will make its way into the downtown Macy’s. SC Asian (170 O’Farrell Street) will boast a menu featuring Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Japanese specialities.

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Bikes & Beats with Jon H of Fort Knox Five

Bikes & Beats with Jon H of Fort Knox Five

Fort Knox Five is one of the biggest movers and shakers in the modern funk music scene and member Jon H regularly excites dancefloors with his infectious beats and fun loving nature. He comes through the Bay Area this Friday to rock the Bikes &…

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Ken Ken Ramen to Open Own Place

Ken Ken Ramen to Open Own Place

The Mission’s only ramen pop-up restaurant is preparing to open their own place at 3378 18th Street.

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How Steve Jobs Helped Change the World

How Steve Jobs Helped Change the World

I won’t write an obituary for Steve Jobs. First of all, I didn’t know the man, never met him and never talked to him. Writing about him as a person would be pointless; letting his family, friends, colleagues and those that were closest to him…

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

Visit local artists in their studios, dry ice in Golden Gate Park, some news on the Stow Lake Boathouse and a tragedy on Funston Avenue.

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Evil Dead Drink-A-Long

Evil Dead Drink-A-Long

Get your fill of zombies Thursday night at Cinema Speakeasy’s presentation of Evil Dead Drink-A-Long. Just $5 gets you access to a double feature screening of The Evil Dead and Evil Dead: II. But this is no ordinary screening, its a drink-a-long. This means beer folks!

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RIP Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

RIP Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

With a simple black-and-white image with his name, Apple confirmed on its homepage that co-founder Steve Jobs passed away today.

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