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Event: Slow Beer SF

Event: Slow Beer SF

The folks that brought us Slow Food have coupled with the SF Brewers Guild for the Slow Beer Festival. Celebrating artisan craft beers and locally-made food, this event calls for us to slow down and enjoy the finer things in life.

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SF is the (2nd) Healthiest City in America

SF is the (2nd) Healthiest City in America

San Francisco is known for its love of food. Many restaurants use fresh, locally-sourced produce, the city has amazing year-round farmers markets and foods like kale and quinoa are not foreign concepts. So, it’s no surprise that we were recently ranked as the second Healthiest…

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Meteor Rocks Tahoe Area

Meteor Rocks Tahoe Area

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a meteor. Residents/visitors of the Reno-Sparks near Lake Tahoe were startled when what felt like an earthquake rattled through the Sierras early this morning. However, instead of expecting a shaker, they were shocked to discover that a…

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Event: Surfrider & Trumer Pils Beach Clean-up

Event: Surfrider & Trumer Pils Beach Clean-up

This Sunday is Earth Day, a time to check-in with the environment, shine a light on your own not-so-earth-friendly habits and, hopefully, enact some kind of positive change. It doesn’t hurt to have a tasty beer while doing it either.

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World's Largest Flashmob

World's Largest Flashmob

Are you familiar with “The Carlton”, the swingin’, geeked-out dance that the character Carlton (played by Alfonso Ribeiro) from 90s TV show “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” performed against the backdrop to Tom Jones’ song “It’s Not Unusual”? No? Then get ready- because you’re…

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RN74 Turns Three

RN74 Turns Three

Three-year old birthday parties are usually a heady mix of hyper-physical activities, too sweet sheet cakes and several massive tantrums. Thankfully, Michael Mina’s RN74 will be celebrating a bit differently when it turns the big 0-3.

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Event: Cal Day

Event: Cal Day

While not everyone can attend UC Berkeley, this weekend you’ll be able to at least pretend you’re a student at Cal Day, the university’s annual open house. With more than 370 events, you’ll be sporting blue and gold in no time.

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The X-Factor Auditions

The X-Factor Auditions

Do you love to sing and perform? Do you think you have what it takes to win a recording contract worth $5 Million? Do you desperately want Simon Cowell to publicly demean you? Then get those vocal chords ready – “The X-Factor” auditions are this…

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What SNL Thinks of Californians

What SNL Thinks of Californians

Late-night television show “Saturday Night Live” loves to lampoon people. Presidents, The Boy Scouts, celebrities and Nicholas Cage have all been satirized. Now Californians are getting the SNL treatment.

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E&O Trading Co. Closing for Renovations

E&O Trading Co. Closing for Renovations

If you’re a fan of E&O Trading Company’s Asian-fusion cuisine and sweet cocktails then you better get there quick! This is your last weekend to enjoy your favorite dishes as the restaurant will be closing for a month-long renovation.

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Viral: 7 Types of People at Coachella

Viral: 7 Types of People at Coachella

This weekend thousands of people will be flocking to Indio, CA for a weekend of music at Coachella. Funny or Die’s Dashiell Driscoll has neatly (and hilariously) pegged the attendees into seven different categories. Can you guess what they may be?

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Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

If you consider America the most powerful and wealthiest country in the world then here’s a shocking fact: over 16.4 million children in America were living in poverty in 2010, and most likely more in 2012.

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