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16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

The “Greatest Show and Tell on Earth” is coming to the Bay Area with over 900 exhibitors, 12 stages, more than 300 presentations. There are more things to see and do than a human could ever cover in only two days, so we put together…

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29 Creative Bay To Breakers Costume Ideas on Instagram

29 Creative Bay To Breakers Costume Ideas on Instagram

With the biggest race across the city less than two weeks away it’s probably time to start planning that costume. We’re partial to the collaborative approach, like synchronized swimmers out of water or the cast of ghost busters battling out with city hall. But it’s…

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16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

Boxing fans are way past ready for a fight, they know should have happened four or five years ago. Fans know the fighters and the history. They might even have a little $$ on the line. Well, these fans are already getting the fight on…

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Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

San Franciscans are always ready to tout their weirdness and the How Weird Street Faire is the perfect place to let your freak flag fly. If you happened to miss How Weird 2015, SF Station photographer Chelsea Young’s got your back. Want more? >> view…

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Photos: ‘Hunky Jesus’ Resurrected in Golden Gate Park

Photos: ‘Hunky Jesus’ Resurrected in Golden Gate Park

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence make Easter Sunday every year sexy with their annual Hunky Jesus party, now at Golden Gate Park.

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Full Lineup Announced for 58th San Francisco International Film Festival

Full Lineup Announced for 58th San Francisco International Film Festival

The San Francisco International Film Festival is back for it’s 58th year, running April 23 through May 7. The San Francisco Film Society announced the full lineup today of all 181 films. Out of the 181 films, 65 are narrative features and 35 are documentary…

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Five Highlights from ‘High Style’ at Legion of Honor

Five Highlights from ‘High Style’ at Legion of Honor

High Style is a new and impressive display of 1910-1980 fashion, visiting from the Brooklyn Museum at the Legion of Honor through July 19. Curated by fashion historian Jan Glier Reeder and featuring original designs by iconic visionaries Jeanne Lanvin, Elsa Schiaparelli, Coco Chanel and…

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Photos: A Green Day at San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Photos: A Green Day at San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day festivities took over San Francisco a few days early on Saturday with the 146th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade filling the streets and surrounding bars.

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Celebrate in Style for St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrate in Style for St. Patrick’s Day

It’s that time of year again when heaping helpings of corned beef and cabbage are served and streams of stout, cheap green beer and whiskey are flowing—or at least that’s what certain segments of the American population who proclaim to be of honorary Irish descent…

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Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

The average one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco now costs a whopping $3,460 per month, which is an all-time high for the area and officially makes it the most expensive rental market in the United States.

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Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

There’s nothing quite like a good old-fashioned parade, and San Francisco hosts one of the best with its Chinese New Year Parade.

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Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

San Francisco is hosting a couple of a free events this week to celebrate a two-year run of The Bay Lights sculpture, which will be temporarily decommissioned Friday morning in order to complete maintenance on the bridge’s cables. Fortunately, the not-for-profit foundation Illuminate the Arts…

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