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Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Thanksgiving means the holidays are here; a gateway of sorts to more time with friends and family… more smiles, pictures, food and drink; lot’s of food and drink. We get four or five days to do family stuff, count our blessings, maybe find a tree,…

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Prodigious Lineup Announced for 16th Annual SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

Prodigious Lineup Announced for 16th Annual SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

SF Sketchfest celebrates the 16th annual San Francisco Comedy Festival, with more than 200 shows featuring top comedic talents performing in 20 venues across the city, plus a bevy of special events. The 17-day festival runs January 12-29, 2017, featuring comedy stars and up-and-coming comedians…

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SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

Ubisoft’s newest video game, Watch Dogs 2, uses a meticulously recreated version of the Bay Area as a virtual playground for mischief and vigilance. From Embarcadero and Chinatown in San Francisco, to Marin, Silicon Valley and Oakland, players can navigate throughout the Bay Area playing…

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A Close Encounter with Alien Con, Plus Q&A with the TV Star of History’s ‘Ancient Aliens’

A Close Encounter with Alien Con, Plus Q&A with the TV Star of History’s ‘Ancient Aliens’

Being the very first convention of its kind, devoted to fans of HISTORY’s Ancient Aliens, sci-fi buffs, and pop culture enthusiasts, Alien Con’s success relied upon the real question of are the fans out there? And the answer was, yes–lots of them. With tickets sold out…

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Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

When a friend of mine had visited San Francisco for the first time ever I had the chance to play tourist in our lovely city. Amidst my makeshift tour of unusual bars around the city, she had the obligatory must-see items to check off her list–the…

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Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Following an NBA record-setting year for the most regular season wins, a heartbreaking loss in the NBA Finals, and the fourth of July signing of superstar Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors have elevated their status to must-see entertainment every night they play basketball. Expectations…

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Immersive Living Butterfly Exhibit Returns to the Conservatory of Flowers

Immersive Living Butterfly Exhibit Returns to the Conservatory of Flowers

For the first time since 2013, the Butterflies and Blooms exhibit returns to Golden Gate Park’s Conservatory of Flowers beginning November 17 and runs through June 30, 2017. Offering a delightful break from the winter rain and cold, the Conservatory transforms one of the galleries…

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Five Quotes to Inspire Investments in Local SF Businesses

Five Quotes to Inspire Investments in Local SF Businesses

Throughout history, communities have teamed up to invest, start businesses and turn financial dreams into realities. NextSeed is a modern hub for down-to-earth collaborative investing that similarly connects people, making it easier than ever to find investing opportunities and support local business owners. Investing powers…

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Anchor Brewing Bets on the Giants with New York Brewery, Plus Where to Watch Tonight’s Wild Card Game

Anchor Brewing Bets on the Giants with New York Brewery, Plus Where to Watch Tonight’s Wild Card Game

With tonight’s MLB National League Wild Card game just hours away between the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets, SF’s Anchor Brewing has agreed to a friendly wager with Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York over the game’s outcome. The winner will send…

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9 San Francisco Inspired Fashion Finds via Orchard Mile

9 San Francisco Inspired Fashion Finds via Orchard Mile

This fall’s forecast is looking extra fashionable with a touch more swagger, thanks to Orchard Mile. This magical online fashion boutique offers a multitude of designers all in one spot—open 24/7. It’s a website perfectly tailored for those who truly treat  fashion as one of the…

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The Charismatic Castro Neighborhood’s 43rd Annual Street Fair (Sunday)

The Charismatic Castro Neighborhood’s 43rd Annual Street Fair (Sunday)

Street fairs and festivals happen almost every weekend from April to October, culminating with the always bonkers Castro Street Fair. The local neighborhood known as “The Happiest Place in San Francisco” is set to celebrate on Sunday, October 2 from 11am til 6pm–and if it’s…

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Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences is inviting San Francisco residents to come visit the living museum for free on certain days during the fall, and again in the spring. Depending on the neighborhood you live in, there are certain days of the year when you…

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