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How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

Slowly and steadily, Eat Drink SF became San Francisco’s hottest culinary ticket consisting of four packed and busy ‘Grand Tastings’ on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The yearly festival opened yesterday with long lines, lots of happy faces and an atmosphere of foodie cornucopia. Inside the…

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Neil Young Invites Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones & Many More To Play 30th Annual Bridge School Benefit

Neil Young Invites Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones & Many More To Play 30th Annual Bridge School Benefit

The always impressive lineup for Neil Young’s acoustic charity event Bridge School Benefit has been revealed, with Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones, and many more scheduled to perform. The two-day event this year takes place October 22-23 at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View. Young will…

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9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

As a nationally acclaimed food city (the best in the country, if you believe Bon Appetit), San Francisco has no shortage of lines, fully booked restaurants and wait lists. Your best bet to get past those? Why, Burning Man, of course. For a week in…

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15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

SF Zine Fest is one of the city’s most beloved events for independent writers, artists and creators—and it’s almost here! Multiple events run by SF Zine Fest are already underway, Comics & Zine Marathon is Saturday (details below)—and the official SF Zine Fest is Sunday, September…

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‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

This time last year, there was an exciting shake-up at The Old Mint. The city pulled the previous custodians for dragging their feet on renovations and sought out new stewardship for the San Francisco relic and nationally recognized landmark. Now, The Old Mint’s exciting new operators are some of the Bay…

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A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

When thinking about Burning Man, a stark desert background, interactive art, fire (of course!), bizarre costumes, and larger-than-life sculptures come to mind. And among these pieces of 3D art are some giant structures whose scale leaves you humbly looking up in awe–these are the types…

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Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

This Saturday, pop art fans will be brought together for “Deep Cuts,” a Kurt Russell themed art show at Public Works. The show is presented by Time Beards who curated a line-around-the-block Miyasaki themed art show back in March. After the Miyasaki show we were wondering—who…

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3 Big Booze Events on the Horizon: California Rum Fest, Bay Area Summer Brew Festival & SF Craft Spirits Carnival

3 Big Booze Events on the Horizon: California Rum Fest, Bay Area Summer Brew Festival & SF Craft Spirits Carnival

Whether you are celebrating the end of traditional summer, the start of fall, or Indian Summer (summer’s bonus level!) then you have something to say cheers to. And, if you like cocktails or beer, one (or all) of the following upcoming drinking events might appeal…

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Q&A: Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses Discusses New Album, Coffee & Upcoming SF Show

Q&A: Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses Discusses New Album, Coffee & Upcoming SF Show

Indie rockers Band of Horses is currently on tour in support of Why Are You OK?, the band’s fifth studio album released back in June. They are set to play an upcoming performance at The Masonic on Wednesday, August 24. Band of Horses originally formed in…

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Celebrating National Thrift Shop Day: 5 Awesome Stores for Big Coats, Bizarre Books & Vintage Boots

Celebrating National Thrift Shop Day: 5 Awesome Stores for Big Coats, Bizarre Books & Vintage Boots

National Thrift Shop Day is upon us (August 17th), and hopefully, you don’t need Macklemore’s classic tune to be reminded of how much fun thrifting is. Luckily for everyone, the Bay Area still (and despite real estate horrors) offers plenty of cheap, thrilling and colorful…

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Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

San Francisco indie folk group Vetiver continues to make waves in the Bay Area with recent show dates including an acoustic performance by the band’s singer-songwriter Andy Cabic, alongside Tim Bluhm (The Mother Hips) at the Sweetwater Music Hall, plus an opening slot for Iron and Wine…

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Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

We were already through-the-roof excited for this Friday’s Manila Killa set at 1015 Folsom. Now we’re on the moon with the latest announcement that New York-based electronic duo, SOFI TUKKER, has been added to the bill. Manila Killa is a Filipino electronic producer, now based in Washington…

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