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Burning Man 2015 Ticket Lottery Starts Today

Burning Man 2015 Ticket Lottery Starts Today

The multi-wave ticket lottery for Burning Man 2015 started today at noon for those that pre-registered, but there are additional opportunities to purchase tickets for this year’s burn.

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10 Highlights From the SF Sketchfest Schedule

10 Highlights From the SF Sketchfest Schedule

With a diverse lineup of comedic performances, film screenings, tributes and panel discussions from Jan. 22 to Feb. 8, the 13th Annual SF Sketchfest has the potential to be the funniest two weeks of 2015.

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Photos: Edwardian Ball Takes Over Regency Ballroom

Photos: Edwardian Ball Takes Over Regency Ballroom

The Edwardian Ball filled the Regency Ballroom for two days of Edward Gorey inspired costumes, theatrics, music, games and more. SF Station photographer Ally Panda was there on Friday to catch the action.

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Giants to Open New Beer Garden Near AT&T Park

Giants to Open New Beer Garden Near AT&T Park

Baseball season is right around the corner and the World Champion San Francisco Giants have plans to convert part of their Mission Bay parking lot into a year-round pop-up venue with an Anchor Steam beer garden, coffee shop, retail stores and a waterfront deck. According…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for the Edwardian Ball

Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for the Edwardian Ball

The Edwardian Ball returns to San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom this weekend with two days of Edwardian-inspired costumes and theatrics.

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Photos: No Pants Bart Ride in San Francisco

Photos: No Pants Bart Ride in San Francisco

Despite somewhat chilly conditions, a brave crowd in San Francisco showed off their thongs, tighty whities, boxers and cheekies for the 14th annual No Pants Bart Ride on Sunday afternoon. Photos by SF Station photographer Lauren Burge.

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San Francisco Loses Bid for 2024 Olympics

San Francisco Loses Bid for 2024 Olympics

Boston is one step closer to hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics after the U.S. Olympic Committee picked its bid over San Francisco, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles. “We’re excited about our plans to submit a bid for the 2024 games and feel we have an…

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Visit The Exploratorium for Free This Year

Visit The Exploratorium for Free This Year

Admission to San Francisco’s hands-on science museum, the Exploratorium, will be free on six different days this year, with the first date arriving on February 1. Clothing retailer Uniqlo is sponsoring the free days to inspire the next generation of innovators, according to the company….

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Best of 2014: City Event Photos in San Francisco

Best of 2014: City Event Photos in San Francisco

Free city events and community gatherings in San Francisco offer friends and neighbors the opportunity to get out and celebrate life in our little seven-square mile paradise—even if the rent is too damn high. From Bay to Breakers and Folsom Street Fair to Nightlife at…

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Photos: SantaCon Revelry at Union Square

Photos: SantaCon Revelry at Union Square

Partying Santas gathered en masse for the 2014 edition of SantaCon on Saturday at Union Square before taking over bars, restaurants and the streets of San Francisco.

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Weird Al, Spinal Tap Creators to Headline SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

Weird Al, Spinal Tap Creators to Headline SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

San Francisco Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, announced a massive 2015 lineup featuring more than 200 shows, including tributes to parody genius “Weird Al” Yankovic and Spinal Tap creators Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer. The 18-day festival from January 22 to February 8 takes place in…

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Warriors Reveal New Images of SF Arena

Warriors Reveal New Images of SF Arena

The Golden State Warriors, flying high with the best record in the NBA, unveiled a polished new design for a future basketball arena in Mission Bay, after critics panned their previous concept for resembling a toilet bowl. The privately funded arena, scheduled for completion by…

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