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football final
23 Sep 2016

The Best Old School Party Games You Still Want To Play

Remember making these paper footballs? No? Well here’s some instructions on how to fold properly. As you can see you can make the goal posts out on of nearly anything, you can even make a ‘U’ with your owns hands in front of your face, which gives the field goal kicker the added bonus of hitting you in the forehead everytime they split the uprights.

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oktoberfest-onebrick
22 Sep 2016

Pour Beer at Oktoberfest to Help the Rad Nonprofit One Brick (plus get free stuff)

OneBrick.org is a really rad nonprofit that offers free, fun, social outings while trying out different ways to give back to the community. It’s a great way to earn some badly needed karma points without longterm commitments. One of the big things they’ve got coming up is the opportunity to volunteer

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japanese soul food
22 Sep 2016

Japanese Soul Food is Like No Other

I’m not going to lie, in my personal opinion “soul food” and “Japanese food” comprise what I believe to be some of the happiest couplings of words known to the human language. When I first heard about Abura-Ya, Oakland’s Japanese soul food spot, I my interested was distinctly heightened

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the dorian
19 Sep 2016

The Best Bloody Marys in San Francisco

After the San Francisco Bloody Mary Festival I needed a cold shower. It wasn’t just that some of the cocktails were orgasmic (they were) or that I went to the fest with a head cold and a fever (I did): it was more that the venue was warm and the drinks were spicy and after downing 13 of the city’s best Marys, mama needed to cool down.

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The Bay Lights SF
14 Sep 2016

1,000 Things I Miss About San Francisco

When you Move Away From San Francisco, there are many things you will miss, and this may be the ultimate list

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mac n cheese
14 Sep 2016

Price Comparison: Trader Joe’s vs Everyone

We did the homework. The food & drinks that taste the same, have the same ingredients, but cost way less at TJ’s than at Whole Foods, Safeway or Costco.

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ayesha-curry
12 Sep 2016

We wanna send you to see Ayesha Curry in Conversation with Michael Mina

Ayesha Curry, Food Network Host, “Ayesha’s Homemade”; Author,The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well In conversation with Chef Michael Mina In The Seasoned Life, Ayesha Curry will share 100 of her favorite recipes and invite readers into the home she has made with her two daughters

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