A&E: SF around the Internet

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Courtesy SFist/Kirk McMurray/Flickr

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food. Here's what's going around the Web on Thursday.

Have you ever been at karaoke and wanted to perform a punk or indie song but they didn't have it? The Karaoke Underground will be at the Rickshaw Stop on April 12 and you can perform all the Neutral Milk Hotel you want. (Mission Mission)

Here is yet another proclamation on San Francisco's best burritos. (SFist)

Looking to try some Russian or Armenian treats? Head on over to Royal Market & Bakery in the Richmond. (The Bold Italic)

The San Francisco Film Festival set the 2015 competition lineup and nine films will vie for the Golden Gate Award Directors Prize for narrative feature. (Deadline)

The S.F. Street Food Festival is returning this summer with a new space at Pier 70. (San Francisco Business Times)

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