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Trick Dog Bar’s Clever Take on a Rhyming Children’s Books Wins World’s Best Cocktail Menu

Trick Dog Bar’s Clever Take on a Rhyming Children’s Books Wins World’s Best Cocktail Menu

Mission District bar Trick Dog, is known for its creative and ever-evolving menu concepts. Now for the bar’s 10th bi-annual menu, which launched earlier this month, they introduced a dozen new cocktails that collectively doubles as a children’s book sold for charity. Trick Dog’s impressive…

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Winners Announced for ill.Gates x Stephan Jacobs Remix Contest

Winners Announced for ill.Gates x Stephan Jacobs Remix Contest

Last month, West Coast bass pioneers ill.Gates and Stephan Jacobs teamed up to host an epic remix contest, inviting amateur music producers from around the globe to submit their spin on one of the duo’s latest original track, “Flying.” In the first week of the…

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Send Me SFMOMA Texting Project Shares Artwork in Exchange for Emojis & Keywords

Send Me SFMOMA Texting Project Shares Artwork in Exchange for Emojis & Keywords

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) recently updated a new texting service that delivers artwork to your smartphone based on a sent emoji or keyword. To participate, text “send me” to the number 572-51, followed by an emoji or keyword—like a color, emotion,…

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Flower Piano Returns to the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park

Flower Piano Returns to the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park

Back for its third consecutive year, Flower Piano invites visitors to experience a special 12–day long, spontaneous community event. Beginning July 13 and running through July 24, anyone can play on the 12 pianos that will be placed at dramatic, picturesque locations throughout the San…

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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN’ Pop-Up Shop Heads to San Francisco & Other Select U.S. Cities

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN’ Pop-Up Shop Heads to San Francisco & Other Select U.S. Cities

Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar announced he will be opening up a series of pop-up shops across the United States this summer, including one in San Francisco. The retail stores will open in alignment with a handful of his upcoming tour dates in support of his…

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The Guide: Top Picks for Fourth of July Fireworks & Festivities Across the Bay Area

The Guide: Top Picks for Fourth of July Fireworks & Festivities Across the Bay Area

Whether you’re looking to hop aboard a boat and watch the pyrotechnic display from the Bay or you prefer to stay on shore to watch the fireworks shows, there are lots of Fourth of July options for you and your family. The Bay Area offers…

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Burning Man Area Still Flooded: Will the Festival Relocate?

Burning Man Area Still Flooded: Will the Festival Relocate?

Burning Man is still two months away, but there is a chance the playa could remain flooded after a record wet, winter season. Back in March, videos of water deep enough to cruise around on kayaks started to surface. It’s now mid-June, and the Black…

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Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced (Neon Indian, Kilo Kish & More)

Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced (Neon Indian, Kilo Kish & More)

The fifth annual neighborhood celebration known as the 20th Street Block Party has just announced their lineup of performances, including electronic group Neon Indian and singer-songwriter Kilo Kish at the top the list. This free summertime music event is a mix of nationally recognized and…

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The Alchemy of Lee Burridge’s ‘All Day I Dream’ Party, Burning Man Vibes and Golden Gate Park

The Alchemy of Lee Burridge’s ‘All Day I Dream’ Party, Burning Man Vibes and Golden Gate Park

House and techno DJ, record label owner, and Burning Man influencer Lee Burridge brings his All Day I Dream party to Golden Gate Park. Burridge originally pioneered Hong Kong’s club scene back in the nineties and first attended Burning Man nearly 20 years ago. He arguably…

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The 2017 Bridge School Benefit Concert with Neil Young Cancelled After 30 Years in Action

The 2017 Bridge School Benefit Concert with Neil Young Cancelled After 30 Years in Action

Bay Area rock legend Neil Young has ended his involvement with the Bridge School Benefit and the 2017 edition of the concert has been canceled. At this time, it is unclear if the annual acoustic event will ever return but the series has had quite…

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10 Adorable Photos to Get You Ready for Cuteness Overload at the NorCal Corgi Con

10 Adorable Photos to Get You Ready for Cuteness Overload at the NorCal Corgi Con

Whether your own your own or simply love the small herding dogs known as Corgis, you might want to make your way down to Ocean Beach for the twice annual free event. This Saturday, Corgi owners and fanatics will get together for a fun-filled day…

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The Decadent Mac ‘n Cheese Melt-Off Returns to Mission Bay

The Decadent Mac ‘n Cheese Melt-Off Returns to Mission Bay

Cheeseheads, food truck fans, and beer aficionados looking for plans this weekend should consider attending the Mac ‘n Cheese Melt-Off presented by SPARK, a community gathering space in Mission Bay. Who will be the mac and cheesiest? Attendees can cast votes for the chancellor of…

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