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9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

If you are looking for more family-friendly pumpkin patches to the scarier haunted house variety, then we have you covered. Here is a list of some of the best attractions for this Halloween season. Pumpkin Patches in the San Francisco Bay Area Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch 1620 7th…

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Here’s Why SF Wants to Rename Justin Herman Plaza

Here’s Why SF Wants to Rename Justin Herman Plaza

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors recently approved a resolution to rename Justin Herman Plaza and the city’s Recreation and Park Commission now has the authority to either make or break the final decision. Before rushing to a decision, it’s best to understand the historical background…

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Plans Revealed for Enormous Waterfront Development in Potrero

Plans Revealed for Enormous Waterfront Development in Potrero

Cleanup is currently underway at the industrial area surrounding the old Potrero Power Plant site and adjacent shoreline. Draft plans were recently created and unveiled for a 29-acre Central Waterfront site at 1201 Illinois Street (bounded by Illinois, the Bay, 22nd and 23rd Streets). This…

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Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Marina district nightclub MatrixFillmore closed earlier this year for a remodel, and has reopened as a low-key cocktail bar and changed back to its original name, Matrix. Famous live shows took place inside this venue, with performances spanning Bob Marley to The Velvet Underground. The Matrix…

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Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Tomorrow is the third in a series of four evening events dubbed, Commons on 3rd Thursdays. The community event converts the Civic Center public areas into a fun environment for all ages with music, activities, food, and drink options. This new initiative is thanks to a…

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SnowGlobe NYE Festival Announces 2017 Lineup (Over 50 Artists, Zedd, Porter Robinson, Dillon Francis & More)

SnowGlobe NYE Festival Announces 2017 Lineup (Over 50 Artists, Zedd, Porter Robinson, Dillon Francis & More)

With the summer festival season in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start planning for the next few months of fun. The biggest end-of-year music event in Northern California, SnowGlobe, just unveiled the complete lineup today with house mavens Zedd, Porter Robison, and Dillon Francis,…

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Location of Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park Renamed in Honor of Robin Williams

Location of Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park Renamed in Honor of Robin Williams

Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park will be renamed after the late, great San Francisco comedian and Academy Award-winner, Robin Williams. The Recreation and Park Department made the announcement earlier this week, just in time for Comedy Day, which takes place on Sunday, September 17. San Francisco…

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SF Giants 2-for-1 Flight Voucher Giveaway with Alaska Airlines at this Sunday’s Game

SF Giants 2-for-1 Flight Voucher Giveaway with Alaska Airlines at this Sunday’s Game

Although watching the Giants games this season hasn’t been all that moving, the two-for-one flight airline voucher giveaway at this Sunday’s game is revving up some excitement. Courtesy of Alaska Airlines, the first 40,000 baseball fans will be receiving one of the best giveaways at…

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A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

Emporium is a new 12,000 square foot concept bar and event space that is set to open in October. This new NOPA hang out is located right near the Independent and is housed in the 100-year-old, former Harding Theater. As delivery trucks are busy dropping…

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Dub Mission Ends 21-Year Elbo Room Residency in Style

Dub Mission Ends 21-Year Elbo Room Residency in Style

One of the longest-running monthly music parties is coming to a bittersweet end this week. 21 years, by any standard, is a very impressive run for any party, and especially when you consider for 18 of those year it was a Sunday weekly event. On…

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J-Pop Summit Brings the Ramen, Tech & Playful Fashion to San Francisco

J-Pop Summit Brings the Ramen, Tech & Playful Fashion to San Francisco

San Francisco’s annual Japanese cultural festival, J-Pop Summit, returns for its ninth year. The event celebrates Japan’s distinct pop music, unique fashion, cutting-edge technology, colorful anime, as well as delicious food and drinks offerings. Among the 20,000 people anticipated to attend, expect lots of costumes,…

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CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

On the Friday before Labor Day weekend, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee dismantled a bill that would allow communities to decide whether bars can serve alcohol past the current 2AM cutoff. Democratic State Senator Scott Wiener introduced the latest piece of legislation back in February….

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