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Jet’s Murals Explore Community Building Inspired by Folk Art

Jet’s Murals Explore Community Building Inspired by Folk Art

The vibrant multicolored works of Oakland-based muralist Jet Martinez can be found in the streets of San Francisco and adorning urban edifices around the world. Having spent part of his childhood in Morelos, Mexico, his works take inspiration from Mexico’s rich visual culture and folk art, exploring not only…

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Photos: The Growlers at Great American Music Hall

Photos: The Growlers at Great American Music Hall

Thursday June 18, 2015 by Gabby Gamboa.

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Twice Buys More Than Clothes at New SF Pop-Up Location

Twice Buys More Than Clothes at New SF Pop-Up Location

Summer is the season of pop-ups, and San Francisco-based online reseller Twice is joining the party. For two weeks, from June 18th to June 30th, between 8am-8pm, Twice is setting up shop at a busy Castro intersection and inviting the locals to de-clutter by dropping…

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Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

It’s hard to imagine a more San Francisco-esque blogger than Bigley, a no-nonsense fashion lover who mixes girly dresses with sneakers on her blog SF Shop Girl, loves big sunglasses and quirky prints and occasionally throws sidewalk fashion sales with fellow fashionistas. Her small studio…

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Win Tickets to Lada Gaga & Tony Bennett at Concord Pavilion

Win Tickets to Lada Gaga & Tony Bennett at Concord Pavilion

Enter for a chance to win 2 tickets to Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett’s tour stop at Concord Pavilion on Thursday May 28th. Follow theses 2 simple steps: 1. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter and event updates using the form below (unsubscribe at…

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29 Creative Bay To Breakers Costume Ideas on Instagram

29 Creative Bay To Breakers Costume Ideas on Instagram

With the biggest race across the city less than two weeks away it’s probably time to start planning that costume. We’re partial to the collaborative approach, like synchronized swimmers out of water or the cast of ghost busters battling out with city hall. But it’s…

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KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

This year KQED’s much-loved Check Please! program turns 10. To celebrate, the annual Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip event is going bigger than ever – with more than 40 restaurants, vendors and featured wineries taking over the San Francisco Design Galleria on June…

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15 DJs To See at How Weird Street Faire

15 DJs To See at How Weird Street Faire

On Sunday, April 26th, 2015 the city comes alive with weirdos, freaks, geeks, ravers, hipsters, lovers, strangers, wildlings and superheroes. To help you decide where to rotate your rump, we rounded up our favorite DJs performing at the 16th Annual How Weird Street Festival. Sync…

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Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney could be close to scheduling an opening concert at the 49ers’ new Santa Clara stadium in early August, according to reports.

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Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Hundreds of people over the weekend waited in line for the grand opening of streetwear company Pink + Dolphin’s second flagship store on Haight Street near Masonic. The label, co-owned by 23-year-old Cena Barhagi and 25-year-old Neima Khaila is known for its limited runs of…

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Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Commuters can now find another way to get around with the launch of the Bay Area Bike Share program.

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Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

When it comes to the tech industry, the words “DIY” and “Craft” aren’t thrown around very often. In fact, until Pinterest came along they were hardly mentioned at all. Nicole Farb is bent on changing that with Darby Smart, a San Francisco startup located that sells Pinterest-inspired projects kits, ranging from $24 to $44.

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