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Unionmade Expands in The Castro

Unionmade Expands in The Castro

If you are already a Unionmade devotee, there’s now even more of the store to love. This month, Unionmade expanded into a space on the corner of Sanchez and 18th Streets in the Castro District, conveniently located next door to the flagship store.

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Brad Pitt is Money in Moneyball

Brad Pitt is Money in Moneyball

Moneyball isn’t so much about baseball as it is about the underdog. It’s about thinking outside the box and pushing the boundaries for the ultimate goal: winning. Whether or not Billy Beane’s overhaul of the Oakland A’s ball club is ultimately a success depends on…

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Umami Union Update

Umami Union Update

There’s about to be a whole lot more cow in the Cow Hollow as Umami Burger (2184 Union Street) finally gets set to open the doors to it’s brand new, 65-seat restaurant and bar on Friday, October 7th.

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Bicycle Film Festival

Bicycle Film Festival

Bike-up and get down at the Bicycle Film Festival this weekend. Watch bicycle-themed films and go on a group ride, while partying before, after, in-between, and during (basically the whole weekend).

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Gin Drinks at Jasper’s Corner Tap

Gin Drinks at Jasper’s Corner Tap

Cocktail Week is in full effect heading into the weekend, with a number of exciting events taking place all around the city. On Tuesday night, Yum Blog visited Jasper’s Corner Tap to try some of their specially-crafted gin drinks and small plates.

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The Californian Brings Summery Surf Sounds to SF

The Californian Brings Summery Surf Sounds to SF

Los Angeles surf rock band The Californian prides itself on being one of the hardest working indie bands in in the South Land. After releasing an EP last year, the five piece band led by singer John Graney has put together a modern-day surf tribute…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

With electronic music-fest LovEvolution taking over Oakland on Saturday, the Bay Area is ready to put in work on the city’s dancefloors this weekend!

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Beer Review: The Bruery Autumn Maple

Beer Review: The Bruery Autumn Maple

I know I’ve mentioned that I’m excited about fall brews, but I want to reiterate that I’m HELLA excited for fall brews. At this point, I’m ready to trade the crisp and light for the thick and malty.

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High Flying Jets in Dolores Park| "Top Gun" On View Saturday Night

High Flying Jets in Dolores Park| "Top Gun" On View Saturday Night

It’s Thursday! Which means the weekend is only two days away, leaving little time to come up with a stellar idea for that date you’ve got Saturday night.

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

SF mayoral candidates look at the issues facing the Richmond District, adopt a dog or cat this weekend and two free festivals take to Golden Gate Park.

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Mixtape Review: Under the Influence by Odd Future's Damier Genesis

Mixtape Review: Under the Influence by Odd Future's Damier Genesis

Odd Future’s resident stoner Damier Genesis fulfilled his promise to fans and uploaded his new project Under The Influence to his Tumblr at 4:20 pm yesterday.

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R.E.M. Breaks Up After Three Decades

R.E.M. Breaks Up After Three Decades

Today one of  rock and roll’s all-time  great bands called it quits after three long decades together. The band released a statement through their website announcing the split.

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