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Unlikely Mayoral Candidate Broke-Ass Stuart

Unlikely Mayoral Candidate Broke-Ass Stuart

My first visit with SF mayoral candidate & local media personality “Broke-Ass” Stuart Schuffman, was at a “campaign rally” for him and community college board hopeful Tom Temprano at Bernal Heights favorite outdoor patio bar El Rio. Local indie bands and a headliner named Planet…

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Astral Projections Haunts the Airwaves in Time for Halloween

Astral Projections Haunts the Airwaves in Time for Halloween

Beatrix Gravesguard and Shewolfe are two San Francisco DJ’s bringing some spookiness to the airwaves at BFF.fm., haunting from a discrete location where life-like papier-mâché trees creep up the walls and hang from the ceiling. A small self-serve cabana bar is lined with a few…

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SF After Dark: Taking it to the Streets with Tastemaker Adrian Spinelli

SF After Dark: Taking it to the Streets with Tastemaker Adrian Spinelli

San Francisco is, no doubt, home to the hustler, the ones who move multiple pieces to make their passions work for them. It’s a rare find when someone is able to make the full-time freelance life work, especially in a town with an ever-increasing cost…

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Where to Shop for Treasure Island Music Festival

Where to Shop for Treasure Island Music Festival

Treasure Island Music Festival promises to be especially good this year, with a lineup that includes The Nationals, FKA Twigs, Shamir and many other of-the-moment names. A welcome bonus? There are still plenty of tickets left. Another bonus? It’s happening in October, a month San Franciscans…

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Photos: Fans Enjoy Music and More at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

Photos: Fans Enjoy Music and More at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

The much loved and highly anticipated free 3 day music festival in Golden Gate Park delighted fans once again this year with more than 100 live acts. All photos by Cheryl Guerrero. Friday October 2nd Full Gallery Saturday October 3rd Full Gallery Sunday October 4th…

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Elbo Room Celebrates Extended Lease + Record Release Party for SF Rock Band Hungry Skinny

Elbo Room Celebrates Extended Lease + Record Release Party for SF Rock Band Hungry Skinny

Elbo Room, a Mission District staple, is closing in the near future, but the good news is their lease has been temporarily extended and the party will continue at least through the start of 2016…”Party on Wayne!” Join San Francisco rockers, Hungry Skinny, on Saturday,…

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Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Thanks to more than 200 parks and dedicated open spaces, San Francisco offers tons of beautiful and rewarding places outdoors to exercise. Despite the city’s density, a plethora of challenging hills and coastal terrain with ocean-side vistas helps motivate all types of physical activity. SF…

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How I Learned to Love Camping with Hipcamp

How I Learned to Love Camping with Hipcamp

When I was asked to cover an all inclusive, VIP camping experience courtesy of Hipcamp, I didn’t know what to expect. Moreover, I was skeptical and even a little scared, as I can’t recall the last time I camped out of free will. As I…

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Amour Vert Opens Warehouse to Public For 3 Days

Amour Vert Opens Warehouse to Public For 3 Days

It’s that time of the year again – the time when budget- challenged ladies can lay their hands on a piece of Amour Vert chic. The San Francisco environmentally aware brand (the name means ‘green love’ in French) has made quite a name for itself…

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ModCloth’s Pop Up Fit Store is Coming to Union Square

ModCloth’s Pop Up Fit Store is Coming to Union Square

San Francisco base online retailer ModCloth is a favorite with retro loving fashionistas of all ages. For two weeks, between July 30th and August 17th, the flirty dresses and colorful skirts can be tried on and examined up close an personal, thanks to the website’s…

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Bay Area’s Best Swimming Pools

Bay Area’s Best Swimming Pools

There’s something nostalgic and uncomplicated about swimming pools. They’re usually affordable and accessible, the people (and swimsuits) watching is great, and the bonus – you get to work out and pretend you’re at a resort. Here are the best places to show off your moves,…

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Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Back in 2013, Christopher Baker was leading the first U.S. motorcycle tours that the very romanticized and often illusive Cuba had seen since its revolutionary days. He’s traveled the country over 100 times since his first visit in 1993 and has been called “one of…

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