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World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

One of San Francisco’s oldest operating cinemas, the Vogue Theatre, hosts a special screening of “The Giants World Series Movie” on November 25 with the 2014 World Series Trophy on display.

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Photos: Boozy Fun at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games

Photos: Boozy Fun at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games

It was a boozy Sunday night at the Regency Ballroom as San Francisco’s elite barbacks faced off in a gladiator-style series of challenges at the Fernet-Branca Barback Games.

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Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

The news that many Giants fans were dreading has reportedly arrived—the team’s star third baseman Pablo Sandoval is leaving San Francisco after deciding to sign a five-year contract with the Boston Red Sox worth nearly $100 million, according to several online reports. The Venezuelan switch hitter,…

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Grumpy Cat is in San Francisco Tonight

Grumpy Cat is in San Francisco Tonight

For 28 years now, the San Francisco SPCA has found the purr-fect way to introduce homeless pets to potential families through their annual “Holiday Windows” adoption event. Whiskers and noses press up against the glass of decorated storefront panes and beckon onlookers to get closer…

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SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

San Francisco officials and business leaders will once again attempt to host the Olympics, this time for the 2024 Summer Games, with a proposal to build a temporary main stadium near Candlestick Park, improve transportation and host sporting events in the downtown area. According to…

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Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Honest and unapologetic stand-up comedian Amy Schumer is coming to San Francisco for a stand-up show on the big stage at Davies Symphony Hall as part of her “Back Door Tour.” Schumer’s provocative and hilariously wicked mind will be on full display on March 26…

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Photos: SF Bicycle Coalition Celebrates 19th Winterfest

Photos: SF Bicycle Coalition Celebrates 19th Winterfest

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition members and enthusiasts gathered for the advocacy group’s 19th Annual Winterfest party on Sunday, featuring a night of food and drink, music, art and an auction from local bike-friendly businesses. Photos by SF Station photographer Gabby Gamboa.

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Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

America’s favorite drunk, high and unemployed Canadians, The Trailer Park Boys, just announced a new show that will arrive in Oakland early next year.

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Broke-Ass Stuart Introduces ‘Kinda Late Show’ in SF

Broke-Ass Stuart Introduces ‘Kinda Late Show’ in SF

San Francisco writer and man about town Broke-Ass Stuart is readying his latest project, The Kinda Late Show with Broke-Ass Stuart, a live show of the “late night” variety with a distinctly San Francisco flavor. Broke-Ass Stuart hasn’t wasted any time in the 10 years…

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San Francisco and State Election Results

San Francisco and State Election Results

Preliminary results are in for the November 4 elections, including San Francisco’s soda tax and an increase to the city’s minimum wage. The soda tax (Prop G) received a majority vote of 55 percent, but not the two-thirds majority vote needed to pass. Minimum wage…

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Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

Darkness fell early for Dia de los Muertos as thousands of people hit the streets of the Mission District for a procession to honor the dead.

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Photos: A Little Rain and Big Smiles at the Giants World Series Parade

Photos: A Little Rain and Big Smiles at the Giants World Series Parade

A little rain couldn’t damper San Francisco’s spirits as hundreds of thousands of Giants fans filled downtown and Civic Center for the 2014 World Series Parade.

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