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Burning Man Video Wins Northern California Emmy

Burning Man Video Wins Northern California Emmy

A six-minute news story from San Francisco public TV station KQED about Burning Man was awarded a Northern California Emmy for the Arts/Entertainment-Feature/Segment category. Hosted by reporter Thuy Vu, the “Burning Man Beyond the Playa” video depicts the awe-inspiring and interactive one-week art festival attended…

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The California State Bear Shows Californians How to Conserve Energy for Summer

The California State Bear Shows Californians How to Conserve Energy for Summer

Brought to you by Energy Upgrade California The California State Bear has left the flag to rally, teach, and activate fellow Californians to better manage their energy use, water, and other precious resources this summer.  In this video our State Bear demonstrates some of the…

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Photos: Scenes from the 39th Union Street Fair

Photos: Scenes from the 39th Union Street Fair

While the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair celebrated that storied neighborhood’s hippy heyday, the Union Street Festival continued for two days in Cow Hollow for its 39th year with street vendors, live entertainment, craft beer and wine tastings.

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Photos: Dancing in the Street at Haight-Ashbury Street Fair

Photos: Dancing in the Street at Haight-Ashbury Street Fair

With temperatures in the 70s—and hitting the 80s in some parts of the city—it was the perfect day for a street party. With bands on two stages, great vendors and some of the best people-watching in the city, the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair didn’t disappoint.

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Free Summer Movie Nights Return to Nob Hill’s Top of the Mark

Free Summer Movie Nights Return to Nob Hill’s Top of the Mark

One of San Francisco’s best kept secrets returns this week with free summer movie night on the top floor of the InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel at Top of the Mark.

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Local Crafting Site Darby Smart Raises $6.3 Million, Introduces Weddings

Local Crafting Site Darby Smart Raises $6.3 Million, Introduces Weddings

San Francisco-based startup Darby Smart, a crafting service that delivers supplies for popular do-it-yourself projects launched a new weddings section on its website after receiving $6.3 million in new funding.

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Neighborgram: A Chat with Instagram Photog @_sher

Neighborgram: A Chat with Instagram Photog @_sher

The routine of scroll, scroll, double-tap, and scroll on Instagram is familiar to many of us. It’s all an endless stream of #selfies and unnecessary overhashtagging but that’s not the case when you come across Sherilyn’s Instagram, @_sher. You can’t help but double-tap everything. Currently…

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Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Bay to Breakers returned Sunday with another city-wide street party as tens of thousands of people hit the streets with their best costumes.

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Stanford Court Hotel Now Offers Google Glass to Guests

Stanford Court Hotel Now Offers Google Glass to Guests

While some San Francisco business have banned Google’s polarizing wearable technology, Google Glass, Nob Hill’s Stanford Court Hotel is embracing it with a new package that supplies guests with the Web-enhanced glasses. Starting today, the hotel is offering a Google Glass Explorer Package to all…

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Freaky, Sexy, Fun Photos From How Weird Street Faire

Freaky, Sexy, Fun Photos From How Weird Street Faire

One of numerous opportunities to get weird outdoors during San Francisco’s street fair and festival season, the How Weird Street Faire welcomed thousands people to the Howard Street corridor downtown with some of the city’s best DJs for a day party.

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Photos: Holy Ghost and Silent Frisco Dancing at SFMOMA’s Modern Ball

Photos: Holy Ghost and Silent Frisco Dancing at SFMOMA’s Modern Ball

With SFMOMA undergoing a massive renovation, the museum’s annual Modern Ball fundraiser moved across the street on Wednesday for dinner, dancing and drinks at Yerba Buena Gardens.

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City Officials Vote For Free Sunday Parking Meters in San Francisco

City Officials Vote For Free Sunday Parking Meters in San Francisco

San Francisco drivers will no longer be charged at parking meters on Sundays after the policy was revoked by the Municipal Transportation Agency.

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