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Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

This harvest season fill up your glass with liquid gold– some pumpkin beer. It’s truly the only definition of seasonal beverages, enjoying natural spices like ground ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and perhaps even some real sugar pie pumpkins.

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Party in the Fish Tank

Party in the Fish Tank

The Thursday nightlife just got a lot better.  This Thursday, Sept 29, the California Academy of Sciences trumps the entertainment world. Imagine special musical performances, discovering the latest innovations from Microsoft, drinking fine cocktails,  glowing aquarium displays, and seeing the museum’s greatest exhibits all for…

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Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

If you’re looking to change up your routine eating habits, instead of simply swapping recipes with friends, swap entire books full of new cooking ideas. There is actually an event dedicated to foodies seeking new eats. It’s called a Cookbook Swap and Drive, and it’s…

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Blues Beats and Festival Treats

Blues Beats and Festival Treats

This weekend, blues is the news.  Between the Polk Street Blues Festival and the arrival of Mr. B.B. King, get you fix of flat and bent notes.

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Free Coffee for the End of the Summer

Free Coffee for the End of the Summer

Drink some free coffee to celebrate the last day of the summer solstice. Peet’s is offering a buy one get one free deal on any coffee or tea drink through September 25. You’ll get the deal if you print out the coupon, or show the…

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Talk Like a Pirate Today

Talk Like a Pirate Today

Avast ye sailors! International Talk Like A Pirate day is among us. Today, Monday, September 19, we honor a quirky side of the English language that was used on the high seas, and spoken by handsome Hollywood hunks in commercialized portraits of pirate culture. Today…

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Cleanup the Coast

Cleanup the Coast

This weekend, join the ranks for California’s largest annual volunteer event. Coastal Cleanup day always happens on the third Saturday of September. Everyone from families and friends, to student groups and neighbors, pick up debris along beaches, lakes, and waterways.

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Downtown Celebrates 30 years of Farm Food

Downtown Celebrates 30 years of Farm Food

There aren’t any apple orchards or vegetable patches in downtown San Francisco, but farm fresh food has hydrated the city’s food desert for 30 years.  Today, Wednesday, September 14, the UN Plaza farmer’s celebrates 30 years of business and providing nutrition education to the folks…

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Walking in Pink

Walking in Pink

Remnants of various shades of pink are scattered across the Bay Area after thousands of people walked over 60 miles in three days this past weekend. The Susan G. Komen 3-day for the Cure brought families, friends and survivors together for the epic event.

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Just Spare the Air

Just Spare the Air

When sweat drips with ice cream cones it’s time to Spare the Air. When you’re hot, and the air quality is not, it’s time to Spare the Air. On warm days in the city, air pollution becomes a problem. Fear not city dwellers! Today, San…

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Honor Labor

Honor Labor

For many, the Labor Day weekend signifies the last days of summer break, a celebrated day off until Thanksgiving, or being able to wear white pants one more time. The three-day weekend is coveted to many families and postal workers, business folks and bankers. As…

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Go Fish

Go Fish

Watch your bobble wobble and see your bait’s fate as you go fishing, license-free this Saturday, Sept. 3. Celebrate the end of summer with the second of two annual free fishing days in San Francisco. You’ll need to find your own equipment, but keep the…

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