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Umami Burger This Monday

Umami Burger This Monday

After so many months of excruciating anticipation, Umami Burger (2184 Union Street) is ready to open its doors this Monday!

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Michael Mina to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with Extravagant Bash

Michael Mina to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with Extravagant Bash

It is rather amazing that chef Michael Mina helped to open Aqua 20 years ago considering he is just 42 years old. Now, to celebrate the anniversary, he and some of his distinguished fellow chefs are throwing a bash with a pretty amazing lineup on…

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Bringing Out Your Inner Child – Through Sandcastles

Bringing Out Your Inner Child – Through Sandcastles

Leap’s 28th Annual Sandcastle Contest, Northern California’s largest sandcastle building event, is being held at Ocean Beach in San Francisco this weekend.

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Electric Daisy Carnival Will Return to Vegas in 2012

Electric Daisy Carnival Will Return to Vegas in 2012

After a successful move from Los Angeles to Las Vegas last year, EDC will return to Sin City in 2012.

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Guide: Litquake SF

Guide: Litquake SF

If you’re a Bay Area writer, or you love a writer, or you just like to sit at Ritual and pretend to type away at God knows what, Litquake SF is your chance to check out hundreds of authors at over 80 events, all in…

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Mission District News

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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