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Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

When a friend of mine had visited San Francisco for the first time ever I had the chance to play tourist in our lovely city. Amidst my makeshift tour of unusual bars around the city, she had the obligatory must-see items to check off her list–the…

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East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

Located between Oakland’s flourishing culinary scene and the eclectic city of Berkely there is Emeryville. Once an industrial hub and now the land of Ikea, Bay Steet Shopping Plaza and rows of brand new condos, Emeryville is sometimes misconstrued as a non-place, an artificial suburb created…

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Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

A new three-day camping music festival at Oceano State Dunes, dubbed Pismocean, has been announced by the promoters behind SF venues Public Works and the Midway. The event, located just south of San Luis Obispo, takes place November 4-6 and will offer 150+ hours of…

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Three Not-to-Be-Missed Day of the Dead Events in SF

Three Not-to-Be-Missed Day of the Dead Events in SF

Celebrate the Latino community and its living heritage the right way by visiting one of the many Día de los Muertos events happening this month. SOMArts, the Marigold Project, and the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) are each hosting their own Day of the Dead holiday…

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Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Following an NBA record-setting year for the most regular season wins, a heartbreaking loss in the NBA Finals, and the fourth of July signing of superstar Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors have elevated their status to must-see entertainment every night they play basketball. Expectations…

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5 Surprisingly Trendy Italian Spots to Try

5 Surprisingly Trendy Italian Spots to Try

With all the respect to Tosca, The Stinking Rose and other North Beach classics, the Italian scene in the city is definitely looking less gingham tablecloths and more marble counters these days. A cluster of hip, modern and unorthodox Italian spots have taken over San…

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Top Bay Area Bashes for Halloween 2016: the Audio/Visual Preview

Top Bay Area Bashes for Halloween 2016: the Audio/Visual Preview

The cobwebs are out of the Halloween box and all the oversized arachnoids are hanging out with the rest of the town painted orange and black—and not for the Giants, unfortunately. Everyone with a fondness for fantasy and a hankering to dance are growing giddy…

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Found Objects & Focus on the Details: A Look at Sculpture Artist Nemo Gould’s Upcoming Solo Show

Found Objects & Focus on the Details: A Look at Sculpture Artist Nemo Gould’s Upcoming Solo Show

While many artists are quickly producing a sketch a day to post on the ol’ Instagram, Oakland kinetic sculptor Nemo Gould has taken the longer approach to crafting and sharing his work. Each of his sculptures are carefully crafted and may take months to years…

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Immersive Living Butterfly Exhibit Returns to the Conservatory of Flowers

Immersive Living Butterfly Exhibit Returns to the Conservatory of Flowers

For the first time since 2013, the Butterflies and Blooms exhibit returns to Golden Gate Park’s Conservatory of Flowers beginning November 17 and runs through June 30, 2017. Offering a delightful break from the winter rain and cold, the Conservatory transforms one of the galleries…

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Five Quotes to Inspire Investments in Local SF Businesses

Five Quotes to Inspire Investments in Local SF Businesses

Throughout history, communities have teamed up to invest, start businesses and turn financial dreams into realities. NextSeed is a modern hub for down-to-earth collaborative investing that similarly connects people, making it easier than ever to find investing opportunities and support local business owners. Investing powers…

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Highs and Lows from Treasure Island Music Festival 2016 + Free James Blake Show

Highs and Lows from Treasure Island Music Festival 2016 + Free James Blake Show

What a range of emotions endured by Treasure Island Music Festival attendees! The weather made it difficult on everyone, causing lots of frustration. However, there were still some bright spots. We look forward to seeing how the event’s organizers respond to the aftermath. The festival…

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East Bay Art Show Pick: A Look at Cannon Dill’s “Casual Decline”

East Bay Art Show Pick: A Look at Cannon Dill’s “Casual Decline”

Cannon Dill has been working with multiple mediums for the past six years—exploring everything from printmaking and painting, to sculpture and sizable mural works. This coming Saturday, October 15th, Dill will unveil “Casual Decline” at the Athen B. Gallery space in Downtown Oakland. Dill, originally…

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