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Dining, Eat Armstrong Brewing Co.: This New Brewery Is Members-Only

Armstrong Brewing Co.: This New Brewery Is Members-Only

While SF Beer Week stumbled to a close, a new, unique brewery opened its doors. Nick Armstrong, a biotech fermentation researcher and longtime home-brewer, joined forces with Pat Hinterberger to start Armstrong Brewing Co. almost two years ago. Ever since,…
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News, The Snitch Feds Conduct Major Sweep of Violent Bay Area Street Gang, Three Shot

Feds Conduct Major Sweep of Violent Bay Area Street Gang, Three Shot

Federal authorities arrested dozens of local gang members today during a regional raid of two Peninsula-based street gangs, the 500 Block and the C Street Gang. As reported earlier this morning, three Homeland Security Agents were injured after being shot…
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News, The Snitch Husband and Wife Charged with Sex Trafficking Teens

Husband and Wife Charged with Sex Trafficking Teens

A Federal Grand Jury indicted a Bay Area couple last week, charging the pair with conspiring to traffic teenage girls and force them to provide sex acts with customers in exchange for money and drugs.According to United States Attorney Melinda…
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News, The Snitch Man's Hair Stolen -- Police Baffled

Man's Hair Stolen -- Police Baffled

San Franciscans tend to not pay their southern namesake much attention -- until someone there is robbed of his hair at knifepoint. The unusual crime occurred earlier this week when a man described as a 34-year-old Texas tourist was relieved…
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News, The Snitch California Cougar Convention Coming to South San Francisco

California Cougar Convention Coming to South San Francisco

It is that time of year again. Virile young men, dissatisfied at the sight of twentysomething females in idiotic animal costumes sprawling on the slopes of Dolores Park, feel an ancient song stirring in the blood. They long for something…
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Dining, SFoodie Street-Food Party Series Going Out Big with Outside In X

Street-Food Party Series Going Out Big with Outside In X

Outside In X Where: Intramuros, 101 Brentwood (at El Camino Real), South San Francisco, 650-877-7736 When: Sun., Mar. 27, 2-9 p.m. Cost: $5 The rundown: The 10th and final installment of this nearly 2-year-old roaming street-food and music party heads…
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Calendar, Night&Day We Got Your Hawaii Right Here

We Got Your Hawaii Right Here

While hopping a flight to Honolulu may be a pipe dream this year, hula doesn’t have to be. Bay Area performance troupe Hālau ’o Keikiali’i delivers a more authentic Hawaiian experience than most of the entertainment you’re likely to find…
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News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

What's the Matter? It's the teachers, dummy: As a longtime parent and a sometime PTA officer at public schools in South San Francisco and elsewhere, I read your article with a bit of skepticism . Oftentimes…
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News, The Snitch Urban Etiquette: Graffiti Dos and Don'ts

Urban Etiquette: Graffiti Dos and Don'ts

South San Francisco Police arrested their 13th graffiti artist since late last year, according to an article in today's Examiner. The boy is 13 and admitted to tagging area condos more than ten times. Cops were tipped off by a…
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Music, All Shook Down Following the Falafel Trail: FBI Mined Bay Area Food Sales

Following the Falafel Trail: FBI Mined Bay Area Food Sales

Hoping that spikes in falafel and tahini purchases in the Bay Area would blaze a trail to Iranian secret agents, in 2005 and 2006, the FBI mined grocery store records for Middle Eastern food sales in the South San…
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News, Letters

Letters to the Editor

Tele-cons Phone sharks: I enjoyed reading Martin Kuz's article regarding the telecom scheme operated out of South San Francisco several years ago . However, the basic story line that these two gentlemen were conducting a "research…
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Dining, Eat

Beefed Up

A few Tuesdays ago it was dueling restaurant desires, when the first place we'd thought of for dinner after an art opening in North Beach proved to be closed for a private party (booked by the very gallery we'd been…
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Best of San Francisco, Shopping & Services

Best Organic Grocery Delivery

With their Planet Organics delivery service, husband and wife team Larry Bearg and Lorene Reed are helping to eliminate one more excuse folks give for not eating their vegetables. After being satisfied customers of the South San Francisco-based company for…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Argentine

Best Argentine You don't have to be on that crazy diet -- we don't even want to spell it out (you know, the A-word) -- to get the urge to sink your teeth into a big piece of meat. A…
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Dining, Eat Meat Heaven

Meat Heaven

Robert found the place by Googling around, after a colleague told him that her fiance was from Argentina and was pining away for parrillada. (Who was it that said patriotism is just nostalgia for the food of our youth? I've…
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Dining, The Mix

Swerving on Irving

The stretch of Irving Street to the west of 19th Avenue is a self-contained village of pho houses, Chinese restaurants, bakeries, cafes, and bars that people return to again and again. Case in point: the Silver Spur, a dependable little…
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Dining, Eat

California Classic

When people talk about California cuisine, they mention names like Alice Waters and Wolfgang Puck and refer to elegant, innovative, generally high-end fare that combines the state's abundance of fresh produce with the occasional Pacific Rim influence and traditional European/American…
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