An Engaging Flamenco Performance

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Rivulets of sweat poured down the dancer's expressive aquiline face while his slender legs stomped a staccato of percussive sounds.  His cadence matched rhythmic beats of singing, chanting, clapping, and guitar playing from a background ensemble.  As his stomping intensified, the audience became … [Read more...]

Eat Drink SF: A Playground For Foodies

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There the gutted lamb laid.  Its succulent meat glistening under the heat lamps.  A man behind the counter, armed with a chef knife, began to hack at the roasted carcass.  Not content with his progress, he switched to a serrated knife and begun sawing.  After a couple of moments with the man and his … [Read more...]

The People Have Spoken: Local Prop Results

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Yesterday, residents of San Francisco voted in the November 2014 elections and decided the fate of 12 local ballot measures.  There wasn't enough support for the soda tax but voters supported the minimum wage hike and increased funding for Muni.   Below are the results for all the local ballot … [Read more...]