"I don't get caught up in the numbers," Soulja Boy insisted during a recent telephone interview. "I just have fun and put out music. That's what got me in the position I'm in now."
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Formerly known as San Francisco's ugly step-sibling, Oakland has slipped on its glass slippers and emerged as one of the Bay Area's hottest restaurant, music, and culture spots.
Last Week, the New York Times released its list of "The 45 Places to Go in 2012." (That's top 45 in the world.) And the first North American location ...
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