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Puppy Bowl Cafe Wins Major Cute Points & Supports Local Shelters: Double Win!

Puppy Bowl Cafe Wins Major Cute Points & Supports Local Shelters: Double Win!

Local and visiting animal lovers are in for a treat as Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl Cafe serves up some major cuteness next Thursday through Sunday over at Gott’s Roadside in the Ferry Building. A 24-foot mock football field will be set up at Gott’s Roadside with an Animal…

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Just Announced: Golden State Warriors’ SF Arena to be Named ‘Chase Center’

Just Announced: Golden State Warriors’ SF Arena to be Named ‘Chase Center’

The reigning NBA Champion Golden State Warriors have a name for their new basketball arena in San Francisco’s Mission Bay: the Chase Center. The new 18,000 seat, state-of-the-art sports and entertainment center will open for the start of the 2019-20 NBA season. JPMorgan Chase signed…

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Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Does the name Dan Savage the advice columnist for Savage Love or Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post sound familiar? Well, they are just two of the fabulous personalities making an appearance on the JCCSF’s upcoming events calendar. Listen to talks from inspirational, historically and culturally…

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Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Even if you don’t cheer for the Denver Broncos, the Carolina Panthers, or enjoy football, the Super Bowl is the biggest American sporting event and the second largest eating (and drinking) holiday after Thanksgiving. In other words, here’s a momentous occassion to get your eat,…

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20 Facts You Didn’t Know About Super Bowl 50

20 Facts You Didn’t Know About Super Bowl 50

The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the U.S., averaging more than 110 million viewers. This year will be the first Super Bowl held in the San Francisco Bay Area since Super Bowl XIX in January 1985 when Hall of Fame coach Bill…

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Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

As momentum builds for Super Bowl 50, the event’s host committee announced a series of upcoming free concerts happening in downtown San Francisco. Beginning Saturday, January 30, California-based rock musician Chris Isaak opens the series at 8pm, after the relighting of The Bay Lights and…

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Game On! Escape from AT&T Park

Game On! Escape from AT&T Park

As we enter 2016 and the upcoming baseball season draws closer, AT&T Park has an exiting and unique event taking place on Saturday, January 23. Adventure seekers can participate in a simulated monster attack, where they have 60 minutes to discover the secret behind the…

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8 Record Stores That Kept It Rollin’ in 2015

8 Record Stores That Kept It Rollin’ in 2015

Currently, more than two dozen different record stores exist across the city. There also seems to be a pleasant resurgence in recent years for more vinyl and a bigger appetite for high fidelity audio. Needless to say, music lovers have plenty of options to choose from when…

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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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SF After Dark: Seeing Inner Beauty, Out with Dijon Bowden

SF After Dark: Seeing Inner Beauty, Out with Dijon Bowden

When your office is in the streets, everybody knows your name. At least, that was the sense I got when I met up with Souls of Society creator Dijon Bowden for the third installment of SF After Dark. Perhaps you’ve seen his striking portraits on…

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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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How to Get Zen During the Holiday Season

How to Get Zen During the Holiday Season

All of those holiday season comedies have one thing in common – stress and frustration are in the root of every plot line. Without the pressure, (getting along with his family alone!) the most cheerful, merry, decorated time of the year simply isn’t complete. Our answer?…

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