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9/11: Muslims in the Bay Area

9/11: Muslims in the Bay Area

This past weekend was filled with memorials honoring those who lost their lives on 9/11 ten years ago. And while the world has changed greatly since then, many in the large Bay Area Muslim community are still feeling the effects of that tragic day.

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Sonya Cotton Discusses New Album, Life & Loss

Sonya Cotton Discusses New Album, Life & Loss

SF-based singer/songwriter   Sonya Cotton funded her latest release, It Is So, in under 11 days by raising $10,000 on Kickstarter. The result is a stark and beautiful examination of life, love and loss. We had the chance to ask her a few questions before her…

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Jardinière Celebrates Anniversary By Turning Back the Clock

Jardinière Celebrates Anniversary By Turning Back the Clock

Jardinière, Traci Des Jardins well-renowned French fine-dining restaurant, is celebrating its 14th anniversary with a special dinner menu on Monday night.

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Galleries: Pancakes & Booze, Capsule & More

Galleries: Pancakes & Booze, Capsule & More

This week, the galleries scene is hopping with the Pancakes & Booze Art Party, a new show at Steven Wolf, and the annual Capsule design festival in Hayes Valley.

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Theater: Double ODC, Hunter’s Point & Madonna Flash Mob

Theater: Double ODC, Hunter’s Point & Madonna Flash Mob

This week, the theater scene is all about dance, taiko, Hunter’s Point and, well, let’s throw in a little Madonna for good measure.

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Live Review: The Kills – No Drums, No Fun?

Live Review: The Kills – No Drums, No Fun?

Across The Bay, The Kills entertained hundreds of devoted fans as they rocked out to song after song of new material from their latest album. Almost every track off Blood Pressures is catchy and honest and were carried through on stage tonight with all the…

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Style Guide: Bike Fashion

Style Guide: Bike Fashion

Redefining Bicyclist Style Thanks to the rise in popularity and evolution of urban cycling, tacky spandex shorts and neon windbreakers are a thing of the past. For those who don’t want to compromise style for the demands of bike-riding, it should come as no surprise…

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Poke Festival and Spam Musubi Eating Contest

Poke Festival and Spam Musubi Eating Contest

A lively neighborhood block party awaits you at the 10th Annual Hukilau Poke Festival and Spam Musubi Eating Contest, this Saturday Sept. 10th (noon – 6pm) at Da Hukilau (5 Masonic Ave.).

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San Bruno Fire and Explosion – One Year Later

San Bruno Fire and Explosion – One Year Later

This is a weekend filled with memorials. Not only are we remembering the 10 year anniversary of 9/11, but also, Friday marks the one year anniversary of the tragic pipeline explosion and fire in San Bruno that killed eight people.

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Preview: Barem, Matt Tolfrey, John Tejada, Geddes

Preview: Barem, Matt Tolfrey, John Tejada, Geddes

This Saturday Public Works gets deep with a line up of DJs from across the world, headlined by Barem, John Tejada, Matt Tolfrey and Geddes, while featuring local support from AntAcid, Pillowtalk, Galen, Anthony Mansfield, Mozaic and Dax.

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Brass Knuckle Food Truck Delivers Tasty Punch

Brass Knuckle Food Truck Delivers Tasty Punch

At first glance Brass Knuckle’s menu looks like an iTunes playlist featuring the best of 80s glam metal and early 90s hip-hop, however this food truck offers up menu choices that are deliciously quirky in name and taste.

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Brews On The Bay Sails Back Into Town

Brews On The Bay Sails Back Into Town

This Saturday marks the 8th anniversary of the SF Brewers Guild annual Brews On The Bay event.

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