We can't really blame you for spending the weekend hiking or drinking in the sun instead of indoors crunching numbers for your taxes -- that's what accountants are for, right? But sadly, your fun in the sun has come to an end, and so has your time to procrastinate paying the government.
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Ugh, taxes. Amirite? The only silver lining to tax day being just around the corner -- besides the fact that it will be over for another year, of course -- is that restaurants and bars begin to offer tax season discounts and sometimes freebies in commiseration. The list isn't super-long right now, b ... More >>
Rice Plate Journal is
a yearlong project to canvas Chinatown, block by block, discovering the
good, the bad, and the hopelessly mediocre. Maximum entrée price: $10. While Good Mong Kok Bakery, on Stockton and Jackson, has Hurculean steamed buns and fried sesame balls in its window, and AA ... More >>
James Reynolds/Last SuppersRecreations of condemned inmates' actual last meal requestsI got to thinking about death-row last meal requests last week, which naturally made me think of mine.
I don't want to speculate about why I'd be executed. Naturally, I would be being framed.
I also asked ... More >>
Jeffrey-Anthony/SF Weekly Flickr pool Highlights from the blog this week:
1. Peter Jamison talked to Iso Rabins about the Health Department's shut-down of the Underground Market, which may be permanent. But the market attracted New York Times coverage! And thousands of people! Uh...
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Go to any breakfast chain out there and you'll probably find a meal with more fat in it than you're supposed to eat all day. You can't just order eggs anymore; your meal also comes with pancakes, hash browns, ham, sausage, bacon, and is topped off with cheese and gravy.
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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
It appears that everyone is jumping on the reality show bandwagon, and former mayor Willie Brown is no exception. Grub Street reports, via Inside Scoop, that he was in L.A. pitching a series that (on some ... More >>
Jun BelenLunch plate at Oakland's No Worries, featuring afritada (right) made from soy "chicken."Twelve months, ten storylines: It's SFoodie's annual look back at the year in food.
In 2010 vegan food exploded ― all over our faces, deliciously. Sorry, that image is gross, but really: It was ... More >>
Not around here, he didn't...We're always a little wary about publicizing companies' free giveaway schemes -- it is, essentially, free advertising. But, hey, if you folks get a free taco out of it, fair's fair. And yet a number of local Web sites and TV stations have publicized Tax Day giveaways ... More >>