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Goldstar: The Anti-Daily Deal Site

Goldstar: The Anti-Daily Deal Site

You love going to live entertainment, whether it’s a comedy show, musical, play or sporting event in your city. But with the down economy and penny-pinching by most people these days, it is becoming harder and harder to do. That’s where Los Angeles-based Goldstar comes…

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Daily Gourmet: Access to the Foods You (Actually) Want to Try

Daily Gourmet: Access to the Foods You (Actually) Want to Try

The Internet has done wonders for the world of food and dining. You can order delivery from your favorite restaurant online, read particularly well-written food blogs (cough cough), and search for the highest-rated burger spot open at 4 a.m. Now, you can add discovering and…

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Live Review: matthewdavid, Christopher Willits, Oval at Benaroya Hall

Live Review: matthewdavid, Christopher Willits, Oval at Benaroya Hall

The final showcase I chose to cover for Decibel took place at the Nordstrom Recital Hall. Needless to say, this was a different sort of event than any of the other ones I attended.

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Jasper’s J Burger

Jasper’s J Burger

It is the Golden Age of ground beef.

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Reading: Go the F**k to Sleep

Reading: Go the F**k to Sleep

Whether you have a couple of little ones around or know someone who does,  anyone who knows the deal about how hard it is to put a kid to sleep can appreciate the message in Adam Mansbach’s subversive bedtime book, Go the F**k to Sleep.

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Apple Unveils iPhone 4S

Apple Unveils iPhone 4S

In a somewhat disappointing move, Apple unveiled its latest smartphone, the iPhone 4S, at an event at the company’s Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday.

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On Sale Now: Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5

On Sale Now: Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5

Tickets went on sale today at noon for Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5, the latest installment of the one-night only lit event November 9 at Davies Symphony Hall. There are still a handful of $18 seats, disappearing faster than everyone’s faith in Facebook.

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Okkervil River, a Band With Vigor

Okkervil River, a Band With Vigor

Will Sheff and company release a new video touching on the concepts of growing up, developing a sense of self and the memories related to those early days.

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Haight & Fillmore Fire Relief Fundraiser

Haight & Fillmore Fire Relief Fundraiser

Peacock Lounge is hosting the Haight & FIllmore Fire Relief Fundraiser tonight to raise money for the victims of the September 27th four alarm fire that displaced 31 residents.

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An Act of KINDness Goes a Long Way

An Act of KINDness Goes a Long Way

There are times when a food truck is just not a food truck, but has more meaning. The visiting KIND Food Truck is the perfect example of that as it has taken residence in the Bay Area over the last week.

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DJ Q&A: J-Boogie

DJ Q&A: J-Boogie

SF resident J-Boogie has come a long way in the course of his 18-year career. Almost exactly three years ago, SF Station spoke to him just as he was just releasing his sophomore album, Soul Vibrations, which went on to receive much praise and acclaim.

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Literary Arts: Music, Booze & Good Eats

Literary Arts: Music, Booze & Good Eats

This week, mix ‘n mingle with a bit of literary music, beer and foodie fodder. 

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