Email Source: The Huffington Post | Published September 7, 2013 By Caroline Gregoire Rudyard Kipling once said that the only drawback to San Francisco is how hard it is to leave. Many San Franciscans would agree with Kipling: Bay Area natives and transplants alike tend to be fiercely loyal to their city, and most SFers […]

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Email Source: CBS San Francisco | Published: APril 8, 2014 These upcoming Spring events and festival in San Francisco provide fun with unique local attitude. Although San Francisco always offers a great opportunity to put on your feathers and flutter through the neighborhoods, Spring brings out that plumage in a big way. These 5 local events have just […]

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Email Source: New York Times | Published March 10, 2014 by Meghan Peterson    In a widely viewed YouTube video, a cyclist named Casey Neistat, deliberately takes tumble afte tumble while trying to navigate obstructed bike lanes in New York City. The video is funny — it even includes a crash into a parked police car — but […]

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Email Source: Bloomberg Businessweek | Posted February 28, 2014 World-renowned designers will come together on March 10th for the 2nd annual Bloomberg Businessweek Design conference in San Francisco. Meet one of the speakers, Andrew Hessel, a distinguished researcher with Autodesk’s bio/nano programmable matter group. He views cells as living computers and life science as an […]

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Email While the Silicon Valley is seen as a mecca for entrepreneurs, the Latino population remains underrepresented, and skills and potential businesses are left undeveloped. The Central American founders of Relevance, a start-up tech company, fully understand the possibilities and difficulties that starting a business in San Francisco can bring. The start-up creates ads that […]

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… what made Ozo’s show a winner is that you left Davies knowing full well you had just seen something the venue had never experienced in its existence. If anyone can name another musical act that took their show off the stage, onto the aisles, up onto Davies Symphony Hall chairs and into the venue’s lobby — while fans took their smart phones to document the party — please, email me.

I’m thinking that’s never happened. And until Ozomatli comes back, it never will.

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Email Rent in San Francisco has increased significantly in the last few years, but to really put things into perspective check out PBS’s article, “Map: San Francisco’s Affordable Rent Gap Is Enough to Make You Sick … Literally.” “Last year, the City by the Bay earned the dubious distinction of having America’s most expensive rental market, […]

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Email First party of 2010 takes us to the eighties — 30 years back! English/Spanish Rock, Pop, Salsa, Merengue from the Eighties by DJ Juan Data, DJ C Bass, and Don Bustamante! Join LAM at the new venue Sloane SF, with beautiful decor! RSVP for discounted entrace before 11 pm. ($10 for members with RSVP […]

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