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    THE MISSION—Music blog All Shook Down brings an update from Coda, the live music joint that will open once Levende shutters in July. The Jazz Mafia is booked started August 4th and the site is live.

    SOMASenorita Hopstress reports that Ducca has found a replacement for departing chef Richard Corbo in Erica Holland-Toll. Last seen at Lark Creek Inn (pre-overhaul), Holland-Toll will take a few months to change the menu; Corbo's last day is Friday.

    GILROY—The host for this year's Gilroy Garlic Festival is none other than everyone's favorite heavily-accented—and um, "incredibly energetic"—Top Chef alum Fabio Viviani.

    SOMA—A pizza deliveryman for Amici's was pistol whipped and robbed at 8:30 last night at Third and Stillman. And he wasn't even in the Amici's no-delivery danger zone! But anyway, what kind of terrible person picks on pizzamen? Fortunately, the delivery guy sounds like he'll be ok.

    DOWNTOWN NAPA—The Register sends word that an ownership change has gone down at the 10-year-old Uva Trattoria: "Taking over from founders Sean Pramuk and Giovanni Guerrera, the new owner, Aaron Diaz, is a familiar face from other Napa restaurants, including 19 years with Giovanni and Donna Scala at Piatti and Bistro Don Giovanni."

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