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Thanksgiving Day Roundup

Thanksgiving Day Roundup

Still without Thanksgiving Day plans? Wake up early for a run, score a free meal, and celebrate the holiday with bingo or dancing.

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BART to Upgrade to Vinyl Seats in 100 Cars

BART to Upgrade to Vinyl Seats in 100 Cars

Move over moldy, bacteria-laden wool BART seats, slick new vinyls seats will be taking over in 100 cars come spring.

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Thread Indie Design & Fashion Show

Thread Indie Design & Fashion Show

Support local designers and get some new duds at Thread, an indie design and fashion show this Sunday at the the Metreon.

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Holiday Events Roundup

Holiday Events Roundup

A look at Holiday-themed events this week.

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Outdoor Ice Skating for the Holidays

Outdoor Ice Skating for the Holidays

Love it or hate it, the holiday season has officially begun with the opening of the outdoor skating rinks today at Union Square and Justin Herman Plaza. Get the details on each of the rinks here.

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Mission is #1 for Bike Thefts

Mission is #1 for Bike Thefts

In a study of Craig’s List postings, Phil form Club Antietam found that the Mission has more bikes reported stolen than any other neighborhood in the Bay Area.

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Hooray for Beer at Roxie Theater!

Hooray for Beer at Roxie Theater!

Remember that liquor license the Roxie applied for back in July? It’s been approved! Soon you will be able to enjoy beer and wine while watching quirky, interesting, and independent films.

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Celebrate Day of the Dead

Celebrate Day of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a Mesoamerican holiday that celebrates ancestors and honors the cycle of life and death. Traditional Mexican celebrations include gatherings in local cemeteries with food and music, and handmade altars created to remember and honor…

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Earthquake Safety Guide

Earthquake Safety Guide

The Bay Area has experienced a few good shakes recently, with earthquakes in the East Bay and Sierra Foothills. Luckily, they didn’t appear to damage much more than the nerves of the people who experienced them. While earthquakes are unpredictable, there are several ways to…

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Zombie Nightlife

Zombie Nightlife

Thursday night the living dead take over California Academy of Sciences.

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Barbie Mutilation Night

Barbie Mutilation Night

Bust up Barbie for a good cause!

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Sunday Streets, Mission Style

Sunday Streets, Mission Style

The final Sunday Streets of the season is this weekend in the Mission. 

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