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Goat Festival Returns to San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza

Goat Festival Returns to San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza

Pet goats, eat artisan cheeses, and talk to local farmers at Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market on Saturday, April 16 from 10-2pm as part of the 8th annual Goat festival, presented by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). “Kids and adults are welcome…

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Just Announced: Win A Ticket to See Metallica Play Inside Berkeley’s Rasputin Music For Record Store Day

Just Announced: Win A Ticket to See Metallica Play Inside Berkeley’s Rasputin Music For Record Store Day

Grammy Award-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Metallica will hold a very special performance inside the Rasputin Music record store in Berkeley on Saturday, April 16. This intimate show will be to celebrate Record Store Day 2016, for which the band has been…

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SF Giants-Themed Beer by Anchor Brewing Arrives in Time for Opening Day

SF Giants-Themed Beer by Anchor Brewing Arrives in Time for Opening Day

Anchor Brewing Company has teamed up with Major League Baseball to release a limited edition beer inspired by the San Francisco Giants, just in time for opening day. Orange Splash Lager (5.2% ABV) is brewed with mandarin oranges, orange peels, and a citrus-like hop varietal…

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Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

This weeks photo by Karen Teja (San Francisco) AKA Corossol_ What is the meaning behind the name Corossol and how would you describe your Instagram feed in a nutshell? Karen: There’s actually no hidden meaning behind the name Corossol except the fact that it’s simply…

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Films Announced for 59th San Francisco International Film Festival

Films Announced for 59th San Francisco International Film Festival

Experience an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation at the 59th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF). This globally represented event runs runs for fifteen straight days, from April 21 through May 5, and features nearly 200 films and live events, 14 juried awards…

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Lineup Announcement: Tons of Dance-Friendly Talent Oozing from The Do LaB Stage at Coachella 2016

Lineup Announcement: Tons of Dance-Friendly Talent Oozing from The Do LaB Stage at Coachella 2016

With tickets officially shipped, the next big excitement for Coachella attendees has been made public with the arrival of the Do LaB stage lineup. This year, trip-hop act Paper Diamond, chillwave artist Big Wild, and electronic producer Sweater Beats highlight the massive collection of artists…

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Featured Artist: Michael Kerbow

Featured Artist: Michael Kerbow

This month, SF Station highlighted work from featured artist Michael Kerbow, known for crafting intricately patterned landscapes that foretell a darker side to modern expansion. San Francisco-based Kerbow, who participated in ArtSpan’s Selections 2016 Juried Exhibition at the Midway Gallery in SF this past January,…

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Get Tickets to the New SFMOMA This Week with Free Admission on Opening Day

Get Tickets to the New SFMOMA This Week with Free Admission on Opening Day

Art fans – mark your calendars. Free admission tickets to the newly expanded and transformed SFMOMA go on sale Wednesday, March 30, at noon at www.sfmoma.org/visit. Opening day will be free to public on Saturday, May 14, from 10am to 8pm, following an inaugural ceremony….

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Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood is a jewel box packed with adorable souvenirs, delicious bites and friendly vibes. It’s easy to get lost among its abundance of dining and shopping options. Temescal is hardly a secret, but for a true neighborhood gem, look no further. Preserved Described…

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As You Like It to Bring SF/LA DJ Mike Gushansky Back to The Bay (Public Works)

As You Like It to Bring SF/LA DJ Mike Gushansky Back to The Bay (Public Works)

Mike Gushansky made the dive into the DJ life in March of ’07, on his 18th birthday. As classically trained pianist, he grew up in L.A. under the roof of a piano teacher. His mixing skills were seeded amongst the trees of Santa Cruz, on…

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Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Our pick this week is by Miss Mak (San Francisco) What inspired you to pick up photography and what are your favorite things to shoot? Miss Mak: “If it’s not on Instagram, it didn’t happen.” Jokes aside but to answer your question properly. I’ve always…

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Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Impressive photographs of some of the world’s most influential women, from distinguished ballerina Misty Copeland to Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg, are currently on display to the public at Building649, at The Presidio’s Crissy Field. The free exhibit, titled “Women: New Portraits,” runs from March 25…

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