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Mission District News

The big story in the Mission this past week has been the big story in San Francisco over the last few weeks: BART, protests and plenty of upset people.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

While everyone’s away in the playa, the Bay Area will still party hard with a lengthy list of solid dance events for your weekend including Kreayshawn’s afterparty, a one-of-a-kind Blow Up Forever night at The Factory, and a steamy R&B dance night on Sunday!

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Beer Review: Abita Andygator Helles Doppelbock

Beer Review: Abita Andygator Helles Doppelbock

I often find myself drinking lots of IPAs or variations of IPAs, or just strong ales, since craft brewers tend to have lots of fun with those . This week I got a craving for European hops, German hops specifically, and decided upon a bottle…

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North Beach Shopping Guide: Grant Avenue

North Beach Shopping Guide: Grant Avenue

Despite its rich history, locals often choose to avoid the hustle and bustle of North Beach except when entertaining visitors, or yearning for Italian food, strip clubs, or crowded bars. But San Franciscans shouldn’t forget the neighborhood’s bohemian past, much of which still lives on…

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Video: Lia Ices "Love Is Won"

Video: Lia Ices "Love Is Won"

If you have yet to be won over by the stark, simple and sublime beauty of Lia Ices, here is your chance. Have a look at the video for “Love Is Won” off of her sophomore release Grown Unknown (Jagjaguwar).

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Escape a Quake? What’s the Fate?

Escape a Quake? What’s the Fate?

With high magnitude earthquakes shaking up the East Coast, folks west of the Rockies are wondering when the next quake will strike the Bay Area. 

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All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright

All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright

The Castro Theatre will host an All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright tomorrow featuring all three of his films of his films and a Q&A with the director.

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SF Native Nick Waterhouse releases EP

SF Native Nick Waterhouse releases EP

HELLO Nick Waterhouse! Where have you been all our lives? This SF Native is a mix between Mayer Hawthorne and The Black Keys and just released his EP, “Is That Clear,” loaded with soul, raspy vocals and a killer vintage sound that will have you…

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Jobs Steps Down as Apple CEO

Jobs Steps Down as Apple CEO

Citing that he is “no longer up to the job as CEO,” Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has resigned from the company he helped to build starting in 1976.

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J-Pop Summit Pop-Culture Festival

J-Pop Summit Pop-Culture Festival

Take a break from the ordinary this weekend and head over  to the J-Pop Summit Festival, a pop-culture themed street fair showcasing modern Japanese fashion, music, art, films, retail, and design.

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

Taking a look at what’s going on in San Francisco’s Richmond District this week, there’s plenty in store coming up for the art lover in your life.

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Album Review: CSS "La Liberacion"

Album Review: CSS "La Liberacion"

Brazil’s sassy dance-rock quintet is back on the scene with their third album, La Liberacion, and they are certainly letting freedom ring. The album is packed with even more spirit and exuberance than previous albums, and includes drop-ins from Ratatat and Scottish rocker Bobby Gillespie.

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