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Dining, Eat Summer Guide 2013: Summer Food Festivals

Summer Guide 2013: Summer Food Festivals

San Francisco Magazine's Best of the Bay The Modern Luxury publication's 13th annual celebration of the year's biggest issue will include bites from 40 restaurants and 12 open bars. Thursday June 27, 7 to 11 p.m. $125 at the door;…
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Culture, Bookcap

December Book Events

Thursday, Dec. 4 A daunting 78 pages of Deborah Nelson's The War Behind Me: Vietnam Veterans Confront the Truth About U.S. War Crimes (Basic Books, $26.95) are devoted to evidentiary documents culled from the U.S. government. Nelson's book is as…
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News, The Snitch Arrrrrrgh, Mendozer! It Be Yer Special Day!

Arrrrrrgh, Mendozer! It Be Yer Special Day!

While S.F. is lean on pirate history, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy International Talk Like a Pirate Day – today! By Joe Eskenazi (Pirate name: No-Eyes Ron) In June of 1995, the two rapscallions on the right decided…
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Culture, Artbeat

Our critics weigh in on local exhibits

"The Elegant Gathering: The Yeh Family Collection." This exhibition takes bygone practices and concludes that the meticulous clay work of Korea is not as remote as it may first appear. "The Elegant Gathering" comprises 80 paintings and calligraphed items…
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Best of San Francisco, Shopping & Services

Best Bed-and-Breakfast

The Chateau Tivoli 1057 Steiner (at Golden Gate), 776-5462, If the painted lady is the quintessential San Franciscan signifier, the Chateau Tivoli is the exemplar of exemplars. Built in 1892, this Alamo Square fixture has a history that's also…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Place to Walk Your Dog

When you want to give Cujo (and yourself) a canine-worthy workout, head for this little bit of Alpine greensward smack in the middle of the Haight. Rising 569 feet above sea level, the park offers a pleasant sense of…
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Calendar, Urban Experience So Flogging Good

So Flogging Good

SUN 9/28 In a scant 20 years, the Folsom Street Fair has gone from a local leather-enthusiast happening to an internationally known event drawing throngs of persuasions and people. This year's theme, "Fun, Frolic, & Fetish," denotes what most people…
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Calendar, Night&Day Tales of  the City

Tales of the City

San Francisco has always called itself a book town, citing a rich literary history that inevitably references Jack London, the Beats, and Armistead Maupin's Tales. But part of being a city of readers is carving a new tradition, and the…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Strangest Little Bar

Heinold's First and Last Chance was originally built in 1880 from the belly of a whaling ship. After several years as a bunkhouse for local oyster fishermen, the tiny one-story building was bought and renovated by former deckhand John Heinold.…
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Dining, The Mix

Tall Tales

The bars in Bernal Heights have that small-town, homespun feel. Moki's isn't one of them, but it's a neighborhood icon with mighty fine sushi -- and it's also the place to go before you stroll down Cortland Avenue to Wild…
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Calendar, Halloween

Night Crawler

Cruising the Oakland Riviera The memory drifts back slowly, probably altered by the enthusiasms of youth and drugs: I'm sitting on the edge of a rather large, dilapidated boat, tossing wood chips into the surrounding sand. In the boat are…
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