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Locally-Made Swoon Worthy Holiday Pastries

Locally-Made Swoon Worthy Holiday Pastries

The holiday season is an official excuse to go big on carbs and sweets. Starting with luscious Thanksgiving pies and well into Christmastime cookies. Spoiler alert: next month is going to be abundant with delicious pastries! Chances are, you’ll be buying them as a hostess…

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Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Thanksgiving means the holidays are here; a gateway of sorts to more time with friends and family… more smiles, pictures, food and drink; lot’s of food and drink. We get four or five days to do family stuff, count our blessings, maybe find a tree,…

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5 Local Experts Weigh In On Friendsgiving: Favorite Dishes, Planning Ahead, Photo Ops & New Guests

5 Local Experts Weigh In On Friendsgiving: Favorite Dishes, Planning Ahead, Photo Ops & New Guests

More and more, the somewhat cute and offbeat concept of Friendsgiving is leaving the television screens and social media campaigns and becoming a real thing. If your family members live far away, or the notion of an elaborate gathering is just too stressful–then a low-key…

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Local Chefs Reveal Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

Local Chefs Reveal Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

The holiday season already has us all soft on the inside and family-friendly on the outside. Gatherings, Friendsgiving parties, even premature Christmas lights, all are fair game in the creation of  proper holiday spirit. Right before Thanksgiving turkey festivities kick off the holiday season, we…

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Prodigious Lineup Announced for 16th Annual SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

Prodigious Lineup Announced for 16th Annual SF Sketchfest Comedy Festival

SF Sketchfest celebrates the 16th annual San Francisco Comedy Festival, with more than 200 shows featuring top comedic talents performing in 20 venues across the city, plus a bevy of special events. The 17-day festival runs January 12-29, 2017, featuring comedy stars and up-and-coming comedians…

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Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

The past week has been riddled with turmoil and stress, leaving the country with an unknown future that many imaginations are painting in dark, bleak shades. So, what better time for some vibrant irie vibes to drop in on the Bay Area, burn through those…

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The Cartoon Art Museum Finds its New Home, Set to Open Spring 2017

The Cartoon Art Museum Finds its New Home, Set to Open Spring 2017

Despite losing its lease on Mission Street in June last year after its rent doubled, the owners of the Cartoon Art Museum have fortunately found a new space: 8,000 square feet inside a historic brick building at 781 Beach Street. This is the fourth home…

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SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

Ubisoft’s newest video game, Watch Dogs 2, uses a meticulously recreated version of the Bay Area as a virtual playground for mischief and vigilance. From Embarcadero and Chinatown in San Francisco, to Marin, Silicon Valley and Oakland, players can navigate throughout the Bay Area playing…

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Oakland’s Cape & Cowl Celebrates Local Comic Shop Day Alongside One Year Anniversary

Oakland’s Cape & Cowl Celebrates Local Comic Shop Day Alongside One Year Anniversary

It’s been almost a year since Eitan Manhoff opened Cape & Cowl Comics on an unassuming block of 16th Street, on the edge of Oakland’s rapidly-changing Downtown Financial District. Manhoff has been collecting action figures and comics for over twenty-five years. Alongside his father, who…

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Two Gorgeous Postwar to Present Day Japanese Photography Exhibits On View at SFMOMA

Two Gorgeous Postwar to Present Day Japanese Photography Exhibits On View at SFMOMA

Now through early next year, the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) highlights Japanese photography in two exhibitions: Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now and New Work: Sohei Nishino. These exhibits celebrate the museum’s commitment to the profoundly important work made by…

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Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

There’s a new boutique festival touching down in the streets of San Francisco this week. Night Flight is a multi-day, multiple venue gathering with a lineup worthy of immediate attention. Everyone on board for Night Flight will hop between Monarch, The Great Northern, and F8 to catch top international…

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Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, announced phase one of the music lineup for the 25th annual festival. Beginning this year, the festival will expand from nine to eleven days beginning Friday, February 17 and running through Monday, February 27….

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