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Bay Area’s Best Swimming Pools

Bay Area’s Best Swimming Pools

There’s something nostalgic and uncomplicated about swimming pools. They’re usually affordable and accessible, the people (and swimsuits) watching is great, and the bonus – you get to work out and pretend you’re at a resort. Here are the best places to show off your moves,…

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Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Back in 2013, Christopher Baker was leading the first U.S. motorcycle tours that the very romanticized and often illusive Cuba had seen since its revolutionary days. He’s traveled the country over 100 times since his first visit in 1993 and has been called “one of…

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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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Q&A: Dirty Ghosts Return to SF to Play the Make-Out Room

Q&A: Dirty Ghosts Return to SF to Play the Make-Out Room

SF-based alt-rock trio Dirty Ghosts have their second San Francisco show in as many weeks, playing at the Make-Out Room on Saturday, July 18 after performing at the Chapel on July 9. Two of the funky indie rock band members are Allyson Baker and Erin…

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5 Hot Summer Cocktails Made in San Francisco

5 Hot Summer Cocktails Made in San Francisco

Summer in San Francisco can be a questionable affair. The fix? Summer cocktails. Fresh, summery flavors and a good alcohol buzz can help set the mood for the right season, and if the sun decided to poke through when it happens – you’re in luck….

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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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SF Symphony Performs Star Trek, Back To The Future Film Scores Live

SF Symphony Performs Star Trek, Back To The Future Film Scores Live

On July 16 – 20 the San Francisco Symphony will be entering the realm of science fiction as they screen both Star Trek (2009) and Back to the Future with full musical accompaniment. The scores from both films will be completely removed while the full orchestra recreates…

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Q&A: Lane 8 Debuts ‘Rise’ Ahead of Headline Tour

Q&A: Lane 8 Debuts ‘Rise’ Ahead of Headline Tour

Bay Area native and former San Francisco resident Daniel Goldstein, who performs under the name Lane 8, embarks on his largest headline tour ever of North America and Australia, visiting San Francisco on Saturday, September 12 at The Independent. The nascent house producer has a…

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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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Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

The television show Pee-Wee’s Playhouse is best remembered for its off-brand eccentricity, offering kids of the late 80s a chance to suspend reality along with its somewhat neurotic main character, Pee-Wee, played by actor Paul Reubens. Yet, with atypical characters like Randy, a bullying redheaded…

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SF Street Food Festival Unveils 2015 Chef Lineup, Adds Live Music

SF Street Food Festival Unveils 2015 Chef Lineup, Adds Live Music

The full chef lineup for the seventh annual San Francisco Street Food Festival (SFSFF) has been announced, making its debut on August 15th and 16th at a new location in the Dogpatch with a diverse range of culinary talent gathering for a weekend celebrating food,…

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