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Top 169 Photos of the Year

Top 169 Photos of the Year

2015 was a year full of unforgettable moments, our photographers captured many of these events as they happened. See our selection of of the most awe-inspiring, beautiful and fun photos of the year…   Follow SF Station’s ongoing coverage of events in the San Francisco…

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Curators’ Choice: 15 Most Memorable Local Art Shows of 2015

Curators’ Choice: 15 Most Memorable Local Art Shows of 2015

Coming up with new show concepts and never-before-seen solo exhibitions on a reoccurring schedule sounds like a near impossible task, however, these curators have been graciously leading the way in doing just that. Their galleries serve as the city’s go-to places to meet up with other…

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Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

The 100,000-square-foot, city-owned Old Mint building at 88 Fifth Street awaits a new future. According to sources, the city of San Francisco’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development has issued a request for proposals to find a partner that can “restore and activate the Old…

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Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Show your support for the Mission district’s Roxie Theater this holiday season to help them keep ticket prices low. Built in 1909, this cinema has tremendous history, but rising rents and higher costs mean that the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is forced to raise their ticket…

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Coming Soon: Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater

Coming Soon: Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater

For 18 years, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has combined hospitality and quality cinema to movie-goers in 21 cities across America. This month, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema brings its award-winning, immersive movie-viewing experience to The New Mission. We got a sneak peak of the meticulously-restored space with…

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Local Galleries & Artists Found at Art Basel, Miami Art Week 2015

Local Galleries & Artists Found at Art Basel, Miami Art Week 2015

Miami Art Week, which ran from December 1-6, is a must-see travel destination for art lovers from around the world. This much-anticipated art week included over twenty satellite art fairs, and Art Basel Miami, considered by many to be the most important art fair in the…

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Hashimoto’s “Tomorrow” Showcases the Future of Contemporary Art

Hashimoto’s “Tomorrow” Showcases the Future of Contemporary Art

Hashimoto Contemporary will host an opening reception this Saturday, December 5th for its new group exhibition Tomorrow, which surveys progressive trends in contemporary art through the work of seventeen emerging artists. The exhibition will present paintings and mixed media from a selection of young Bay Area…

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Participate in a Massive Lightsaber Battle at Justin Herman Plaza

Participate in a Massive Lightsaber Battle at Justin Herman Plaza

As momentum builds for this month’s release of the new Star Wars film, so too does the fan excitement level. On December 18, join a massive battle of Jedi vs. Sith in San Francisco along the Embarcadero to celebrate opening weekend of Star Wars Episode…

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Celebrating Local Comic Shop Day with Mission Comics & Art

Celebrating Local Comic Shop Day with Mission Comics & Art

On Friday, 385+ locations throughout the United States will be celebrating Local Comic Shop Day, a new event in honor of the independent comic book store. This is a celebration of comic shops as purveyors of pop culture. As should be expected, collectors can expect to…

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Stop & See the Artwork: Classic Monster Exhibit at SFO Ending Soon

Stop & See the Artwork: Classic Monster Exhibit at SFO Ending Soon

Plan to arrive a little earlier at the SFO airport this holiday season to view Classic Monsters: The Kirk Hammett Collection, an art exhibit featuring vintage and adapted monster memorabilia from musician Kirk Hammett’s personal collection, on view until mid-December. Kirk Hammett may be best…

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SF Sketchfest Reveals 2016 Comedy Lineup: Jeff Goldblum, Bill Nye, Jon Hamm, Parker Posey

SF Sketchfest Reveals 2016 Comedy Lineup: Jeff Goldblum, Bill Nye, Jon Hamm, Parker Posey

SF Sketchfest has announced the complete lineup to celebrate the 15th annual Comedy Festival, with more than 200 performances at 19 venues across the city. This year’s mega event runs January 7-24, 2016 and tickets go on sale this Sunday, November 22 at 10am. Sketchfest’s…

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World’s First-Ever Flying Robot Film Festival Descends on SF

World’s First-Ever Flying Robot Film Festival Descends on SF

The inaugural Flying Robot International Film Festival (FRiFF) comes to San Francisco on Thursday, November 19 at Roxie Theatre, the longest continuously operated cinema in the country. This global drone film festival, founded by Eddie Codel, aims to showcase compelling stories from an aerial perspective….

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