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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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Movie Review: Contagion

Movie Review: Contagion

A virus can be a terrifying thing. Much more so than, say, a terrorist attack or other natural disasters. A virus isn’t necessarily contained to a small locale. It spreads.  Fast. That’s the central premise of Contagion.

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Album Review: Thurdercat 'Golden Age of the Apocalypse'

Album Review: Thurdercat 'Golden Age of the Apocalypse'

As far as debuts albums go, Thundercat’s Golden Age of the Apocalypse is a mind bending piece of work. Following in the form of the Brainfeeder crew, the album showcases layers of instruments on top of one another in an effort to recreate a genre-bending orchestra…

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Homegrown: The Shants

Homegrown: The Shants

A band is an entity unto itself. Individual. It is more than its members, their histories, and even their creative DNA. Although Skip Allums is from Louisiana, his band The Shants (Oakland, CA) was born right here in Northern California. Homegrown, and the number of…

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Meet the Team Behind Gobba Gobba Hey Cookbook

Meet the Team Behind Gobba Gobba Hey Cookbook

One of the first times I met Steven Gdula, he handed me a pin proclaiming his products were not whoopie pies.  They were gobs (with a profane word at the end).  I adored it and wore it with pride while I savored a coconut gob…

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She & Him to Release Christmas Album

She & Him to Release Christmas Album

Merge Records announced yesterday that Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward will release their first collection of Christmas favorites entitled A Very She & Him Christmas on October 25.

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True Stories Lounge At the Make-Out Room

True Stories Lounge At the Make-Out Room

If you’re still making plans for tonight, head over to the Mission to check out a bunch of essayists, journalists and writers spilling their guts on stage with host Evelyn Nieves.

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A Day Of Remembrance

A Day Of Remembrance

As the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 arrives, we have been bombarded with a cursory rehashing of the act itself, a review of what Al Qaeda is, first hand interviews and more. But there is a better way you can remember the day. Delve into…

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Movie Review: Warrior

Movie Review: Warrior

Gavin O’Conner’s Warrior is a sports melodrama centered on two down-on-their-luck working class heroes and estranged brothers forced to fight through the screenwriter’s heavy hand in a gladiatorial contest for, among other things, a $5 million purse.

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SF Shorts Film Fest, Sept. 8-10

SF Shorts Film Fest, Sept. 8-10

From September 8-10, the Roxie Theater will be showing The San Francisco International Film Festival of Short Films. It may be a long winded title but the festival specializes in, what they call, “bite-sized bits of delicious film” from all over the world.

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Snow Ice hits San Francisco

Snow Ice hits San Francisco

Snow Ice is not a weather phenomenon, but an Asian sweet icy treat, popular in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Canada.

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NFL Preview – Bay Area Edition

NFL Preview – Bay Area Edition

After a long summer of talking about nothing but labor negotiations, a deal was finally reached and the official start of the National Football League begins Thursday night with the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers hosting the New Orleans Saints at Lambeau Field.

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