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18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

Bay to Breakers, the biggest race through the heart of San Francisco, is happening this Sunday, May 20th. And if you aren’t a total newb to the city, then you probably know this is a day that brings both serious runners to the course, as…

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Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Returns to Theaters for Limited 50th Anniversary Screenings

Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Returns to Theaters for Limited 50th Anniversary Screenings

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s epic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey, Warner Bros. Pictures is re-releasing the film in a 70mm version at select theaters nationwide on May 18, including the Castro Theater. While this 142-minute mind-bender is always breathtaking on the big screen, the…

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Drake & Migos Announce North American Tour with Two Stops in SF

Drake & Migos Announce North American Tour with Two Stops in SF

This morning Drake announced the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour” with Atlanta trio Migos for their North American tour that will include two dates in San Francisco. Produced by Live Nation, the 41-date dream team tour will kick off in July and hit San Francisco in October. The…

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World-Famous DJ Avicii Passes Away at 28

World-Famous DJ Avicii Passes Away at 28

Tim Bergling, best known as Avicii, who was a Swedish musician, DJ, remixer and record producer, passes away at 28 years old. The Grammy-nominated artist had headlined shows throughout the world and collaborated with many artists along the way, including Madonna. His song “Wake Me Up” remains…

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Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Spring in San Francisco means festival season has officially arrived. From April through October, a variety of free events are held in neighborhoods throughout the city.     APRIL April 14-22: Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival For two weekends, Japantown welcomes spring with the Northern…

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Ken Ken Ramen in the Mission Closes its Doors

Ken Ken Ramen in the Mission Closes its Doors

The Mission’s cozy, lantern-filled ramen haven, Ken Ken Ramen, officially closed its doors. With the ominous slogan, “No ramen, no life,” many of us sure are going to feel the absence of Ken Ken Ramen next time that ramen craving hits. As mentioned on Ken…

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Cider Summit Returns to the Presidio with Close to 200 Ciders to Try

Cider Summit Returns to the Presidio with Close to 200 Ciders to Try

Cider drinkers tend to get shorted when it comes to options at most bars, however, Cider Summit is the annual event when cider becomes the star of the show. On Saturday, April 14, be ready for a beautiful, outdoor, cider-filled day at the Presidio. Cider Summit is the region’s…

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‘Animation Reimagined’ at Modern Eden Gallery Transports Cartoon Favorites into an Alternative Art Universe

‘Animation Reimagined’ at Modern Eden Gallery Transports Cartoon Favorites into an Alternative Art Universe

Animation Reimagined at Modern Eden will have your favorite cartoon characters looking even sleeker, sexier, and possibly more tripped out than you had remembered them. Michael Cuffe of Warholian has curated an all-star crew of established and emerging artists for this show, with each artist asked…

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San Francisco Becomes the Largest U.S. City to Ban Fur Sales

San Francisco Becomes the Largest U.S. City to Ban Fur Sales

Fur has been a fashion faux pas in most liberal-leaning circles in the Bay Area, but now its official. San Francisco supervisors voted unanimously to ban the sale of fur, making San Francisco the largest U.S. city to ban fur sales. Supervisor Katy Tang and…

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Complete Lineup for the 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival (SFFILM) Announced

Complete Lineup for the 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival (SFFILM) Announced

The 2018 International Film Festival SFFILM Festival lineup has been announced and loyal film fans know this means it’s time to get the calendar out and get some tickets. For those unfamiliar with the festival, this is two weeks of screenings, parties, and live events. There are more…

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Michelle Obama in Conversation, A Special Bay Area Opportunity to Hear the Latest from the Former First Lady

Michelle Obama in Conversation, A Special Bay Area Opportunity to Hear the Latest from the Former First Lady

For those of you with Michelle Obama withdrawals, you’ll be happy to know that the former First Lady will be in town. More precisely, she will be part of a moderated conversation at Oakland’s Oracle Arena. Some of the topics on the agenda include Let’s Move!, her…

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HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ is Looking for Extras

HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ is Looking for Extras

Extras, extras! Read all about it! HBO’s “Big Little Lies” is looking for extras as they get ready to shoot season 2 of the Emmy Award-winning show—right in the Monterey Bay area. Cast members Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and Zoë Kravitz are some…

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