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Calendar, Night&Day Veteran Writers

Veteran Writers

Sean Mclain Brown enlisted in the Marine Corps at just 17 years old, and soon found himself engaged in combat during the Gulf War. Injured and sequestered in an army hospital, he struggled with his experiences in Iraq. He found…
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Dining, Eat Fresh Eats: Saving the Gravenstein, enjoying the Wayfare's Hangtown Fry

Fresh Eats: Saving the Gravenstein, enjoying the Wayfare's Hangtown Fry

Saving the Gravenstein By Jonathan Kauffman To the people who know them, Gravenstein apples are pie apples. One of the first varieties to appear in the markets in late summer, they have a bright acidity and a gorgeous aroma that…
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Calendar, Night&Day Food Fight

Food Fight

For some, the Giants County Fair is ironic: You’re 31 and in a bumper car? But that’s okay. Nobody can eat cotton candy after a ride in a Super Swing and not feel like the world has gone upside down…
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Dining, Eat Stick to  the Suds

Stick to the Suds

The art of matching food to beer hasn't quite attained the snob appeal of pairing the perfect wine to that juicy slab of porterhouse, but we're getting there. Now that microbrews are as much a part of the modern-day restaurantgoing…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Outdoor Market

One of the great pleasures of living in San Francisco is heading down to the Embarcadero on a sunny Saturday morning and shopping, schmoozing, and noshing your way through the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market. It's California's cornucopia in microcosmic form:…
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Music, Father Figure

Father Figure

While shopping at an import store in Montclair, DJ Moda (né Eric Reynolds) stops to listen to the Eastern electronica playing in the background. "I just love tablas," he coos. By watching Moda beeline toward the sole rack of CDs…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Jam Session

There was a time when Dizzy, Miles, Sonny, and Milt would greet the Lower Fillmore dawn with improvisational blasts of after-hours brilliance at Jimbo's Bop City and other venues. Today, half a century later, the local jazz scene is but…
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News,

Ghost Museum

The Muwekma Ohlone aren't alone in their frustration over Native American use of the Presidio. American Indian activists complain that bureaucratic dithering may force an Indian museum originally planned for the Presidio to be built elsewhere. "Tomorrow morning we're going…
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