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Get in Free to PINKMAS at the Museum of Ice Cream

Get in Free to PINKMAS at the Museum of Ice Cream

Every Thursday of PINKMAS is dedicated to those who could use a little company – the first 350 guests that come alone getting in for free! So, even if your friends are lame and don’t want to come, you still can, and maybe make new…

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Pier 35 to Feature 60 Art Exhibitors from Around the World

Pier 35 to Feature 60 Art Exhibitors from Around the World

Untitled Art, San Francisco has chosen Pier 35 as the location of the third Bay Area installment, this upcoming January. Untitled, Art selects a team to identify and curate submissions from galleries, artist-run spaces, non-profit institutions & organizations. Countless hours were spent finding the the works…

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Explore the Augmented Reality Garden on Market Street

Explore the Augmented Reality Garden on Market Street

Earlier this month, Onedome unveiled their art exhibit in which we’re immersed in a world of augmented reality plants and art pieces. Created with Microsoft’s Hololens AR headsets and software from HP, The Unreal Garden features 10 works from 9 different artists. Audiences are able…

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Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower is a San Francisco landmark. On October 8th, it turned 85 years old and was recently granted the title of being a “nationally significant” historic location on the National Register of Historic Places. Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy philanthropist, was known for her love…

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Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

MUTEK San Francisco is gearing up for their second live festival event; which includes audio and visual art pieces from participants all over the U.S. And they’re inviting artists to send in their submissions for a chance to be featured at the next Bay Area festival,…

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Camping in The City at Sunrise Point

Camping in The City at Sunrise Point

Sunrise Point Campground, located within Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, opened six new campsites to the public on October 1st. These campsites are unique in that they are only accessible by trail or boat, and not accessible by car. So prepare for a little walk to…

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The Farmerbrown Team Set to Open New Restaurant ‘Isla Vida’ in the Fillmore

The Farmerbrown Team Set to Open New Restaurant ‘Isla Vida’ in the Fillmore

The team behind the celebrated soul food restaurant Farmerbrown, is planning on opening its newest project, Isla Vida, in the Fillmore District. Scheduled to open later this year, Isla Vida will feature an Afro-Carribean styled cuisine which they hope will be part of revitalizing the once flourishing African…

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Say Cheese! Taste Delicious Bites & Learn a Thing or Two at SF Cheese Fest

Say Cheese! Taste Delicious Bites & Learn a Thing or Two at SF Cheese Fest

Attention cheese lovers, the fourth annual SF Cheese Fest returns! This September 15 & 16, get ready to expand your cheese knowledge, taste a variety of dreamy cheeses, get down with some games, and attend a seminar or two. All proceeds are going to the California Artisan Cheese Guild, a statewide nonprofit…

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Mission Street’s Old Bus Tavern Set to Close in Early September

Mission Street’s Old Bus Tavern Set to Close in Early September

Mission Street’s Old Bus Tavern, a brewhouse with a friendly-yet-classy atmosphere, and some surprisingly crafty cocktail concepts for a place that also makes its own beer, is, unfortunately, set to close. The lease for the pub was sold to new owners, who will take control on September…

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All You Can Drink Rosé is Coming to SF this Labor Day Weekend

All You Can Drink Rosé is Coming to SF this Labor Day Weekend

Can’t get enough rosé? Well, you’re in good company here. The San Francisco Rosé Soirée is an amazing day filled with all you can drink rosé, lots of spots for great Instagram pictures, and rose-tinted moments. The event is hosted by SPARK Social SF and is…

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New Wagyu Beef Restaurant “Gozu” to Open in SoMa

New Wagyu Beef Restaurant “Gozu” to Open in SoMa

Head chef Marc Zimmerman recently left his post at Alexander’s, a well-established and upscale steak house, to start his dream of owning his own wagyu beef restaurant. The new venture is set to open sometime later this year, and will primarily serve robata-style cooked wagyu…

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Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach, which was based off the original early 1900’s amusement park Playland At The Beach, is set to close in September to make way for more Bay Area housing. Playland-Not-at-the-Beach is a museum and party space in El Cerrito that opened back in 2008, bringing “the magic…

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