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Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

This weeks photo by Zane Gan (SF) How would you describe your style in photography and your Instagram feed? Zane: I see my style as something very emotional, intense and annoying. Like me. However, I do see that inconsistency is a part of my charm if I…

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Just Announced: 46th Annual SF Pride Dates, Grand Marshals and Honorees

Just Announced: 46th Annual SF Pride Dates, Grand Marshals and Honorees

The 46th Annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration will be held on Saturday, June 25 and the Parade is scheduled for Sunday, June 26 in the heart of downtown San Francisco beginning at 10:30am. The two-day celebration and festival are scheduled to run from noon…

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Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Live music acts, artist, vendors and local businesses have combined forced to create “Playland on Balboa”, a new neighborhood event in the Richmond District. On April 16, from 2pm until 6pm, all along Balboa Street between 34th and 37th Avenues, expect to find entertainment for…

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Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Want to be featured on our Photo of the Week feature? Submit your photo by tagging us @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by Alfin Lian (San Francisco) How would you describe your photography? Alfin: I like how I am able to…

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Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Audio enthusiasts looking for a discount drum machine or might be trying to offload some performance equipment should check out the Synth Swap on April 10, an event that coincides with Mission Sunday Streets. Local design and electronics brand Dijital Fix is hosting a community…

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The List: 10 of San Francisco’s Finest Fitness Studios via Zenrez

The List: 10 of San Francisco’s Finest Fitness Studios via Zenrez

A good hard workout is empowering and feels amazing. Finding available workout classes or a studio that offers exactly what you want—also quite challenging, but not in that same invigorating type of way. Leave it to SF to have way too many options (#sfproblems), as well…

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Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Festival season is currently in full swing, which also includes non-music events like Goat Festival as well as the upcoming Nacho Typical Festival on April 9. Former San Francisco mayoral candidate and still sarcastic media personality Stuart Schuffman, more commonly known as Broke-Ass Stuart, has…

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Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

This weeks photo by Karen Teja (San Francisco) AKA Corossol_ What is the meaning behind the name Corossol and how would you describe your Instagram feed in a nutshell? Karen: There’s actually no hidden meaning behind the name Corossol except the fact that it’s simply…

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Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood is a jewel box packed with adorable souvenirs, delicious bites and friendly vibes. It’s easy to get lost among its abundance of dining and shopping options. Temescal is hardly a secret, but for a true neighborhood gem, look no further. Preserved Described…

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Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Our pick this week is by Miss Mak (San Francisco) What inspired you to pick up photography and what are your favorite things to shoot? Miss Mak: “If it’s not on Instagram, it didn’t happen.” Jokes aside but to answer your question properly. I’ve always…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Jake Clothing by Jake Wall of ‘Project Runway’

Local Biz Spotlight: Jake Clothing by Jake Wall of ‘Project Runway’

All of San Francisco’s athleisure-loving appeal is fast forgotten once you step into JAKE, the newly boutique-meets-showroom on Jackson Square; all white marble, bright lights and boldly decorated fitting rooms. The opening itself saw more heels and fitted dresses than all of SF’s yearly events…

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The Brides of March Take to the Streets of SF – Photos

The Brides of March Take to the Streets of SF – Photos

The Cacophony Society – credited with inspiring Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club and even Burning Man – gathered together on Saturday in San Francisco for their annual Brides of March. “Before the Internet vomited headlines by the millisecond and turned the minutia of a million boring…

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