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Benny Gold x SF Station Instagram Contest

Benny Gold x SF Station Instagram Contest

To celebrate the Giants making it to the World Series we have teamed up with local streetwear brand Benny Gold on this sweet orange and black prize package that includes a hoodie, hat and keychain. Contest is now over, thank you to all for entering!…

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San Francisco Bay Guardian to Publish Last Newspaper Tomorrow?

San Francisco Bay Guardian to Publish Last Newspaper Tomorrow?

The San Francisco Bay Guardian has ceased operations and will publish its last newspaper tomorrow, according to online reports supported by an internal email at the company and a tweet from the newspaper’s official twitter account. The announcement was made to employees in an email…

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Photos: Decompression Brings Last Blast of Burning Man to San Francisco

Photos: Decompression Brings Last Blast of Burning Man to San Francisco

The dust has settled at the Playa in the northern Nevada desert but the reverberations of Burning Man continued in San Francisco yesterday with the annual Burning Man Decompression party. The party started around mid-day yesterday and continued until late into the night with DJs,…

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Photos: Action Shots From the SuperHero Street Fair

Photos: Action Shots From the SuperHero Street Fair

The 5th Annual SuperHero Street Fair took the party to another dimension with day full of DJs, Dancing and super hero fun.

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Photos: Folsom Street Fair Gets Kinky in SoMA (NSFW)

Photos: Folsom Street Fair Gets Kinky in SoMA (NSFW)

The Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco’s annual celebration of all things kink, was back with tens of thousands of people joining the street party yesterday.

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Review: Beck Delivers a Memorable Show at the Masonic

Review: Beck Delivers a Memorable Show at the Masonic

Beck opened the newly renovated Masonic Auditorium on Nob Hill last night with one of his best Bay Area performances in recent memory. With no one else on the bill for the first show at the refreshed venue, a 3,300-capacity beauty atop Nob Hill, Beck…

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Folsom Street Fair Returns this Weekend (Photos NSFW)

Folsom Street Fair Returns this Weekend (Photos NSFW)

Rent prices are higher than ever and the debate over gentrification rages on, but somehow San Francisco’s kinky nature remains unfazed. It’s all on display this weekend with the Folsom Street Fair. Leather daddies, doms and submissives and just about every fetish under the sun…

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Fan Photos and Notes From the 49ers Season Opener at Levi’s Stadium

Fan Photos and Notes From the 49ers Season Opener at Levi’s Stadium

The 49ers showed off Levi’s Stadium on Sunday with their first regular season home game, unfortunately fans left unimpressed with the action on the field with a 28-20 loss to the Chicago Bears.

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Video: Apple Introduces iPhone 6, Apple Watch

Video: Apple Introduces iPhone 6, Apple Watch

Apple introduced the iPhone 6 today at a highly anticipate special event from the Flint Performing Arts Center in Cupertino. The the new iPhone model will be available in a larger iPhone Plus size at 5.5 inch (diagonally) while the standard iPhone 6 arrives slightly…

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Photographer Deb Leal Captures Millennial SF With ‘Dogwood’

Photographer Deb Leal Captures Millennial SF With ‘Dogwood’

Local artist Deb Leal, SF Station’s current featured artist, takes photographs that play with lighting and color to produce striking and often provocative imagery. The Milwaukee native is the co-founder of Dogwood, a project that celebrates individual style and artistic collaborations while dishing up dreamy photo shoots that capture…

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Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

All roads leading to Burning Man reopened at 6am on Tuesday and the official live stream video from Black Rock City shows free-spirited Burners moving and biking around the Playa. Organizers of the week-long arts and counterculture event closed the gates on Monday following about…

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Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

After torrential rains and thunderstorms, Burning Man has been shut down by organizers until at least midday Tuesday and no one is allowed into the festival.

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