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Photos: Hiero Day Returns With Music, Arts and Oakland Culture

Photos: Hiero Day Returns With Music, Arts and Oakland Culture

Oakland’s legendary Hieroglyphics crew hosted the second annual Hiero Day at Linden Street Brewery with a full lineup of music, break dancing, skateboarding and food and drinks.

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Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Commuters can now find another way to get around with the launch of the Bay Area Bike Share program.

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Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

When it comes to the tech industry, the words “DIY” and “Craft” aren’t thrown around very often. In fact, until Pinterest came along they were hardly mentioned at all. Nicole Farb is bent on changing that with Darby Smart, a San Francisco startup located that sells Pinterest-inspired projects kits, ranging from $24 to $44.

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Transit Options During Bay Bridge Closure

Transit Options During Bay Bridge Closure

When the Bay Bridge closes on Wednesday night at 8:00pm, thousands of people who travel daily to and from San Francisco will need to find another way to get across the Bay.

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Photos: Music, Food and Art at the 20th Street Block Party

Photos: Music, Food and Art at the 20th Street Block Party

Few things in San Francisco are better than sunny day in the Mission District. Local music, food and art taste makers helped sweeten the deal on Saturday with the debut 20th Street Block Party.

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Free Events This Weekend

Free Events This Weekend

Admission is free for the biggest street food party of the year, the San Francisco’s Street Food Festival, complete with a Night Market that will start the festivities with international cuisine. Chinatown hosts a ping pong tournament…

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Happy Left-Handers Day!

Happy Left-Handers Day!

Happy 23rd Annual Left-Handers Day! We’re celebrating with a list of some of our favorite Left-Handers.

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Outside Lands Premiers 24-Hour Mobile App Hackathon

Outside Lands Premiers 24-Hour Mobile App Hackathon

Nearly 200 developers gathered at Eventbrite’s offices downtown over the weekend in support of Outside Lands music festival’s first 24-hour hackathon, “Outside Hacks.”

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Best Commuter Options Without BART

Best Commuter Options Without BART

UPDATE: Late Sunday night, Governor Brown called for a seven-day board inquiry, meaning BART service will continue as normal this week. A three-person panel will issue a written report within that timeframe. The governor strongly urged both sides to “meet quickly and as long as necessary to get this dispute resolved.”

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Free Events in San Francisco This Weekend

Free Events in San Francisco This Weekend

Expect plenty of flower power (and grass) as San Francisco celebrates one of its native sons this weekend at Jerry Day, a celebration of late Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia. The Nihonmachi Street Fair, one of the oldest annual street fairs in San Francisco, is…

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Burning Man Gets Permit to Expand

Burning Man Gets Permit to Expand

This year’s outdoor arts festival could be the biggest yet, as organizers have been issued a four-year recreation permit, allowing them to increase attendance to 68,000.

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Photos: J-Pop Festival Summit Takes Over Japantown

Photos: J-Pop Festival Summit Takes Over Japantown

J-Pop fashionistas and fans of cosplay, anime and all things Japanese pop culture filled Japantown over the weekend for the J-Pop Summit Festival.

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