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    Music, All Shook Down Live Review: St. Paul & The Broken Bones

    Live Review: St. Paul & The Broken Bones

    St. Paul & The Broken Bones Saturday, February 14th, 2015 The Fillmore Better Than: Eating an entire pint of Ben and Jerry's while watching Friends on Netflix, because you're incredibly alone and you've realized that everyone you could call is out at…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Museum of the African Diaspora's Rebirth: Q&A with MoAD Director Linda Harrison

    Museum of the African Diaspora's Rebirth: Q&A with MoAD Director Linda Harrison

    Following an extensive six-month $1.3 million renovation, the Museum of African Diaspora has reopened. Since its grand opening in 2005, the museum has become an important place on Mission — the museum is the only one in the City,…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Heads Up: Santa Might Earn More Than You Do

    Heads Up: Santa Might Earn More Than You Do

    For a guy who only works one night a year, Santa Claus manages to bring home an incredible amount of cash. According to the insurance-site Insure's annual Santa Index, Santa will earn $139,924 this year. Surprised? Wait, there's more. He's…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist He's Baaack!: Naughty Elf on the Shelf Returns

    He's Baaack!: Naughty Elf on the Shelf Returns

    There's something just too sweet and innocent about the Elf On The Shelf, with his permanent smile and impossibly blue eyes. He's supposed to sit in your house, keeping watch over the season and monitoring your kids behavior. But what…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist A Very Target Christmas: Gifts That'll Wreck Your Holiday

    A Very Target Christmas: Gifts That'll Wreck Your Holiday

    Mom and pop shops have their place, but cut the crap; everybody secretly loves the cheap, simple, comforting experience of going to Target. As a kid from the 'burbs, I remember calling friends on lazy summer mornings, asking if…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Four Events Worth Checking Out This Week: Underwear, Shopping, Art & More

    Four Events Worth Checking Out This Week: Underwear, Shopping, Art & More

    December, as fun and cheery as it can be, it always manages to be one of the most stressful months of the year. It seems like every winter holiday tradition is really just a chore disguised as something fun.…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Mysteries Of Penn State: Q& A with "Happy Valley" Director Amir Bar-Lev

    Mysteries Of Penn State: Q& A with "Happy Valley" Director Amir Bar-Lev

    The Penn State child-abuse scandal shook the country in a way that can be hard to articulate. The unpleasant cocktail of doubt, anger, sympathy, and indignation was tough for most of us to swallow, but most of us only…
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    Dining, SFoodie Sunnyside Chinese Restaurant Caught Slamming Meat On The Sidewalk

    Sunnyside Chinese Restaurant Caught Slamming Meat On The Sidewalk

    If you have trouble keeping your Thanksgiving turkey tender, we recommend putting in an overnight brine. Out of fridge space? Well, if in a pinch, why not try the sidewalk method: slam down your half-frozen bird on the sidewalk…
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    Music, All Shook Down Live Review: Justin Timberlake Remains Awesome at the Oracle

    Live Review: Justin Timberlake Remains Awesome at the Oracle

    Justin Timberlake Saturday, November 22, 2014 Oracle Arena Better than: Watching Yogi Bear, Bad Teacher, or In Time To most people my age, gender, and level of self-esteem, Justin Timberlake is, and always will be, the embodiment of 21st century…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Bite Size Art at 4th Street Fine Art: Tiny Masterpieces on Display

    Bite Size Art at 4th Street Fine Art: Tiny Masterpieces on Display

    If San Francisco's annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel has taught us anything, it's that some things are just better when they're smaller. Just look at Hot Wheels, mini-muffins, and those teacup pigs people keep buying. Want to grab…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist It's Gonna Snow at the Treasure Island Flea!

    It's Gonna Snow at the Treasure Island Flea!

    Sun, fog, mist, and occasional rain — the weather in San Francisco is pretty routine, and snow is hardly ever in the forecast. But if you're a San Franciscan who just can't enjoy winter without a dusting of the…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Union Square Ice Rink to Host Drag Queens On Ice

    Union Square Ice Rink to Host Drag Queens On Ice

    Live in San Francisco for long enough, and you'll start to take certain things for granted. We can take 10-minute walks to some of the most iconic spots in the U.S., we see beautiful fog on a daily basis,…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Emperor Norton Documentary in the Works: Arguably San Francisco's Most Eccentric Historical Figure

    Emperor Norton Documentary in the Works: Arguably San Francisco's Most Eccentric Historical Figure

    San Francisco has a long history of opening its arms to colorful characters, but few can rival Imperial Majesty Emperor Joshua Norton I, the self-proclaimed Emperor of the United States. This charming, if not a bit crazy, historical figure…
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    Dining, SFoodie Portlandia Cookbook Leads To Hilarious Fake Menus

    Portlandia Cookbook Leads To Hilarious Fake Menus

    If you're a hipster, then you've probably already spent at least a few afternoons binge-watching the perceptive, sharp, and incredibly funny satire that is Portlandia. The Peabody-winning comedy spends its seasons gleefully mocking hipsters, punks, hippies, foodies, and anyone else…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Hook-Up Truck 2.0: The Sex-and-Art Truck Looks to the Future

    Hook-Up Truck 2.0: The Sex-and-Art Truck Looks to the Future

    When the Hook-Up Truck coasted into the Bay Area last spring, its creator, conceptual artist Spy Emerson, felt most of the press coverage was missing the point. "No one really talked about the concept. It was more about having a…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Illuminate The Arts Ramps Up Ambition for Innovative New Project: Light Rail

    Illuminate The Arts Ramps Up Ambition for Innovative New Project: Light Rail

    There's always a been bit of a rift between San Francisco's wide-eyed tourists and its sardonic locals, but The Bay Lights, since its 2013 installation, has managed to bridge that gap. Everyone loves those shimmering strands of light, glittering up…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Celebrate Day of The Dead in The Mission

    Celebrate Day of The Dead in The Mission

    For a large portion of the United States, Día de Los Muertos is usually regarded as a Mexican version of Halloween, one that replaces jack-o'-lanterns and fun-size Skittles with grave visits and sugar skulls. But this holiday is so…
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    Music, All Shook Down Live Review: The Kills Kill at The Fillmore

    Live Review: The Kills Kill at The Fillmore

    The Kills  Baby In Vain October 29th, 2014 The Fillmore Better than: Being anywhere near a SFPD officer in riot gear. Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince, the duo behind the punk-blues indie band The Kills, took the stage at The…
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    Dining, SFoodie New Zealanders Are Lining Up For More Than an Hour For Chocolate Milk

    New Zealanders Are Lining Up For More Than an Hour For Chocolate Milk

    It's basic economics: Markets are naturally regulated by supply and demand. If a product has a small supply, but huge demand, expect things to get a little crazy. New Zealand foodies are suffering through such an economical ordeal, due…
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    Dining, SFoodie America's First Cat Cafe Now Open In Oakland

    America's First Cat Cafe Now Open In Oakland

    Cat Town Cafe is the newest incarnation of Cat Town, an Oakland-based cat…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist New San Francisco Hashtag Perfect For Halloween

    New San Francisco Hashtag Perfect For Halloween

    Fortunately, a new hashtag has…
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    Dining, SFoodie New App Leads to Epic Cross-Country Beer Census

    New App Leads to Epic Cross-Country Beer Census

    Buying beer always seems harder than it should be. Have you seen your supermarket's beer cooler lately? It's an infinite expanse of bottles, colors, flavors, and varieties. In San Francisco, the desire for small-batch, locally produced food has definitely…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist Rediscover SF's Lost History At The Potrero Hill History Night

    Rediscover SF's Lost History At The Potrero Hill History Night

    If you're like us, you're up for checking out the city's always-unique neighborhoods any day of the week. Lucky for those of you who will be milling around SoMa area on Saturday, there's something cool to see: The Potrero…
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    Culture, The Exhibitionist City Planning and Cinema Meet at the SF Urban Film Festival

    City Planning and Cinema Meet at the SF Urban Film Festival

    Urban planning is not meant to be arousing. Very few people are going to drop $12 at the theaters to watch a movie about public parks or the urban canyon effect, especially if there is no sex to see.  Still,…
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    Dining, SFoodie The Mill Still Standing After Small Chimney Fire

    The Mill Still Standing After Small Chimney Fire

    A buildup of flour in the bakery's…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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