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Must-Do Activities and Makers Not To Miss at Renegade Craft Fair

Must-Do Activities and Makers Not To Miss at Renegade Craft Fair

It’s the summer of craft fairs, and a very busy time for Fort Mason – the spectacular location to host them all. This weekend, it’s time for Renegade – a successful national franchise that runs twice a year from Portland to Chicago. It’s coming to…

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Local Favorites: Blogger Aimee Rancer

Local Favorites: Blogger Aimee Rancer

Aimee Rancer is the everyday girl’s blogger – fun, unpretentious and easy to relate to, she runs her Ohio Transplant blog with nonchalance and flare. We caught up with her about hats, non-judgmental nail salons and the importance of brunch. What neighborhood do you live…

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30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

San Francisco is home to Twitter’s headquarters and some of the social network’s most active and interesting users, which makes for a robust list of local Twitter users to follow. The main office for the global short messaging platform is located near the Civic Center,…

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Contest: Win the Game of Thrones Monopoly Board Game

Contest: Win the Game of Thrones Monopoly Board Game

The folks over at HBO have thrown a wrench in your Monopoly game. Everyone has their favorite playing piece, players familiar with the popular real estate board game know that the piece they select can have almost mystical powers that influence luck, play style and…

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Local Favorites: Blogger Bryn Newman

Local Favorites: Blogger Bryn Newman

One of the local fashion scene veterans, Newman is hard to miss, thanks to her signature ash lock and spot-on style. Her fashion blog, Stone Fox Style, is adored by fans, has been featured on Teen Vogue and participated in a number of high-profile brand…

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SF Pride Weekend in Pictures

SF Pride Weekend in Pictures

Pink Saturday and Sunday Parade. Photos by Pedro Paredes-Haz. See the entire gallery

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Q&A: ‘Queen Diva’ Big Freedia Proud to Participate in SF Pride 2015

Q&A: ‘Queen Diva’ Big Freedia Proud to Participate in SF Pride 2015

In honor of the 45th annual SF Pride festivities, numerous music artists will show their support for the event through local performances, including emcee and Bounce ambassador Big Freedia who comes to the main stage at Civic Center Plaza and Public Works on Sunday, June…

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Photos: Dolores Park Grand Re-Opening

Photos: Dolores Park Grand Re-Opening

The Popular Mission District park re-openend with a Silent Disco on Thursday June 18th, 2015. Photos by Pedro Paredes Haz.

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Twice Buys More Than Clothes at New SF Pop-Up Location

Twice Buys More Than Clothes at New SF Pop-Up Location

Summer is the season of pop-ups, and San Francisco-based online reseller Twice is joining the party. For two weeks, from June 18th to June 30th, between 8am-8pm, Twice is setting up shop at a busy Castro intersection and inviting the locals to de-clutter by dropping…

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Broke-Ass Stuart Wants Your Vote in 2015

Broke-Ass Stuart Wants Your Vote in 2015

You’re young, broke, beautiful…and old enough to vote. Stuart Schuffman debuted his website, Broke-Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website, over a decade ago. Since then, it’s been somewhat of a go-to spot for discovering the best (and most affordable) aspects of San Francisco – including everything from the best…

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Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

It’s hard to imagine a more San Francisco-esque blogger than Bigley, a no-nonsense fashion lover who mixes girly dresses with sneakers on her blog SF Shop Girl, loves big sunglasses and quirky prints and occasionally throws sidewalk fashion sales with fellow fashionistas. Her small studio…

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7 Highlights of SF Design Week

7 Highlights of SF Design Week

San Francisco Design Week is fast approaching, and the event program is busier than ever. To make the choice easier and a bit faster, here are 7 not-to-be-missed highlights from the very rich week of workshops, parties and panels: 1. SFDW Opening Reception at Pier…

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