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Why the Bay has a hard time harboring hip-hop venues
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Talib Kweli at Mighty

In the meantime, it's tough to understand why SF hip-hop fans must, for instance, travel to Petaluma to see local acts like Andre Nickatina. "You want to know the solution?" a club owner asked, off the record and out of frustration. "There is no solution."

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