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Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

It’s rare these days to hear about a new gallery opening in the Bay Area, with the majority of new development focused on shuttering old spaces to make way for the construction of large-scale housing projects and office spaces. That’s why it felt like cause for celebration when Athen…

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Dub Nation Takes Over SOMArts with Warriors-Themed Art Show

Dub Nation Takes Over SOMArts with Warriors-Themed Art Show

In its second installation, “Dubz Against the World” swishes into SOMArts Cultural Center over the weekend of April 6-8 with a gallery collection that’s sure to rally both art and basketball fans alike. The show will feature works from over 50 local and national artists…

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Worlds Fair Nano 2018: From Genius to Bizarre, the Latest in Art, Tech & VR

Worlds Fair Nano 2018: From Genius to Bizarre, the Latest in Art, Tech & VR

Beginning this Saturday, the epic 100,000 square foot warehouse at Pier 48 will transform into an expo of live tech demos, interactive art installations, food trucks and futurist speaker sessions for the 2018 Worlds Fair Nano. The two-day event will showcase emerging technologies across all…

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International Women’s Day in The Bay Heads to 1015 Folsom

International Women’s Day in The Bay Heads to 1015 Folsom

This Thursday, March 8th, 1015 Folsom takes attendees on a euphonic journey across electronic styles to honor the social, economic, cultural and political achievements women have made throughout history for International Women’s Day. The event will feature ten female DJs and producers who fuse together…

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From Romantic to Raunchy: 4 Ways to Really Heat Up V-Day

From Romantic to Raunchy: 4 Ways to Really Heat Up V-Day

It’s almost like you can feel the reservation books filling up. Valentines Day is upon us again, giving way to days spent brainstorming new and improved ways to pull at your lover’s heartstrings. However, if you aren’t particularly fond of showy displays of affection enforced by greeting…

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Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

On the third Wednesday of every month, Nerd Nite (NNSF) returns in all its nerd-filled glory. Each month, Rickshaw Stop becomes the City’s go-to place to hear speakers break down an endless number of topics—everything from spider courtship to the Martian magnetosphere, to flute making,…

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The Edwardian Ball 2018: Fanciful Fashion, Treasure Hunts and Futurist Contraptions

The Edwardian Ball 2018: Fanciful Fashion, Treasure Hunts and Futurist Contraptions

Over the weekend of January 26th, the Regency Ballroom will be transformed for the annual Edwardian World’s Faire & the Edwardian Ball. Two nights of old-fashioned reverie, one-of-a-kind acrobatic performances and live music. In celebration of an era in which rotary phones and penny-farthing bicycles were…

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5 Winter Trips from the Bay Area: Bring a Jacket and Your Bae

5 Winter Trips from the Bay Area: Bring a Jacket and Your Bae

Picture this: you’re nestled up together—sprawled out on a faux sheepskin rug next to a crackling fire. There’s a mug of hot cocoa in your toasty hands and a sparkle in your eyes. If you live in San Francisco, you know this kind of romantic…

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Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Maybe you want to save a few birds this year—or maybe you don’t even really like turkey. Regardless of how you’re feeling this season, there are plenty of ways to get away from the dinner table and explore a deeper appreciation of all the good the…

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A Look at SFAI’s Colorful New Fort Mason Campus with 160 Art Studios for Students

A Look at SFAI’s Colorful New Fort Mason Campus with 160 Art Studios for Students

This past Friday, San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) opened their second campus location at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture (FMCAC). SFAI is ready to usher in a new era of artistic prowess and has reinvented the 67,000-square foot pier, formerly known as the Herbst…

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Dia de Los Muertos in the San Francisco Bay Area: 9 Cultural Celebrations around the Cycle of Life & Death

Dia de Los Muertos in the San Francisco Bay Area: 9 Cultural Celebrations around the Cycle of Life & Death

If Halloween is a day to dress up and pretend to be a spirit, The Day of the Dead (or Dia de los Muertos), celebrated between October 31 and November 2nd, brings the opportunity to better connect with the spirit world. In Mexican culture, it’s a…

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We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

This Saturday, the Litquake Literary Festival returns to locations all across the Bay for five-days of storytelling with voices in poetry, non-fiction, fiction and film. Authors and artists from literally all over the globe will come together to serenade inquiring minds with musings on community…

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