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Photos: SantaCon Revelry at Union Square

Photos: SantaCon Revelry at Union Square

Partying Santas gathered en masse for the 2014 edition of SantaCon on Saturday at Union Square before taking over bars, restaurants and the streets of San Francisco.

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Weird Al, Spinal Tap Creators to Headline SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

Weird Al, Spinal Tap Creators to Headline SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

San Francisco Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, announced a massive 2015 lineup featuring more than 200 shows, including tributes to parody genius “Weird Al” Yankovic and Spinal Tap creators Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer. The 18-day festival from January 22 to February 8 takes place in…

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Warriors Reveal New Images of SF Arena

Warriors Reveal New Images of SF Arena

The Golden State Warriors, flying high with the best record in the NBA, unveiled a polished new design for a future basketball arena in Mission Bay, after critics panned their previous concept for resembling a toilet bowl. The privately funded arena, scheduled for completion by…

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Stormageddon Forces San Francisco School Closures

Stormageddon Forces San Francisco School Closures

The strongest forecasted storm in recent memory is prompting officials in San Francisco and other communities to close public schools on Thursday. The storm is forecasted to arrive in the North Bay tonight before it peaks in intensity tomorrow morning during the morning commute in…

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This Weekend: SantaCon is Coming to Union Square

This Weekend: SantaCon is Coming to Union Square

SantaCon, the annual fracas of drunken Santas that fills the streets and dive bars of San Francisco each December, is coming to town. The action starts Saturday at noon with thousands of Santas taking over Union Square for an impromptu party. From there, splinter cells…

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Madison Bumgarner Wins 2014 Sportsman of the Year

Madison Bumgarner Wins 2014 Sportsman of the Year

Arguably no one had a better year than SF Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner, who set a career high with 18 wins this past season and won his third World Series championship, earning him Sports Illustrated magazine’s 2014 Sportsman of the Year Award and an awesome…

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San Francisco Holiday Pop-Up Shops

San Francisco Holiday Pop-Up Shops

The concept of pop-up stores popped in our lives a few years ago, when retailers suddenly realized the exciting potential of temporary spaces and limited-edition offerings. The pop-up shopping experience becomes especially valuable during the holiday season, as everyone embarks on the impossible mission of…

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World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

One of San Francisco’s oldest operating cinemas, the Vogue Theatre, hosts a special screening of “The Giants World Series Movie” on November 25 with the 2014 World Series Trophy on display.

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Photos: Boozy Fun at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games

Photos: Boozy Fun at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games

It was a boozy Sunday night at the Regency Ballroom as San Francisco’s elite barbacks faced off in a gladiator-style series of challenges at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games.

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Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

The news that many Giants fans were dreading has reportedly arrived—the team’s star third baseman Pablo Sandoval is leaving San Francisco after deciding to sign a five-year contract with the Boston Red Sox worth nearly $100 million, according to several online reports. The Venezuelan switch hitter,…

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Grumpy Cat is in San Francisco Tonight

Grumpy Cat is in San Francisco Tonight

For 28 years now, the San Francisco SPCA has found the purr-fect way to introduce homeless pets to potential families through their annual “Holiday Windows” adoption event. Whiskers and noses press up against the glass of decorated storefront panes and beckon onlookers to get closer…

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SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

San Francisco officials and business leaders will once again attempt to host the Olympics, this time for the 2024 Summer Games, with a proposal to build a temporary main stadium near Candlestick Park, improve transportation and host sporting events in the downtown area. According to…

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