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National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic photographer and award-winning photojournalist Brian Skerry is bringing the public into his fascinating underwater world with Art/Act: Brian Skerry – SHARKS, a new in-depth exhibition at Berkeley’s David Brower Center. The exhibition will include a collection of large-scale images and videos, and Skerry himself will be…

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Cartoons, Comics & Latinx Culture Combine Forces at Alamo Drafthouse

Cartoons, Comics & Latinx Culture Combine Forces at Alamo Drafthouse

The Latino Comics Expo (LCX) is the nation’s largest gathering of its kind for Latinx comic book creators and animators, as well as the host of the 2nd Annual Latino Animation Festival. Animators from all over the U.S. and Latin America will be showing off their latest cartoon…

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The Latest from the Harry Potter Film & Live Symphony Orchestra Series

The Latest from the Harry Potter Film & Live Symphony Orchestra Series

What’s better than seeing one of your favorite movies on a big screen? How about adding in a full-on live symphony orchestra? The Harry Potter Film Concert Series has returned with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third film in the series. These…

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National Farmers Market Week: Support Local Farms & Food Producers on the Regular

National Farmers Market Week: Support Local Farms & Food Producers on the Regular

For those who are already in love with their local farmers market, we’re preaching to the choir. For everyone else, go find your local farmers market. Eating healthier will make you feel physically better, and supporting local farms and food producers is something that’s good for everyone. This…

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#WomenCrush Music is Connecting Women Songwriters to Local Communities Across the US

#WomenCrush Music is Connecting Women Songwriters to Local Communities Across the US

What started as a one-off event to connect women singer-songwriters in Portland in 2017, has gained some serious momentum with 2018 equaling out to chapters in more than 10 cities in the US and Canada, including San Francisco. Their fourth local showcase takes place Thursday, August 9…

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$99 Flights from SFO to Iceland on WOW Airlines in September and October

$99 Flights from SFO to Iceland on WOW Airlines in September and October

Want to visit the land of majestic horses, troll-shaped lava rocks, hot springs, and Bjork? There are cheap trips to Iceland via WOW Air that just went on promotion for September and October. September and October are typically the best time to visit Iceland for…

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12 Fun & Affordable Ways to Celebrate 4th of July Throughout the Bay Area (Fireworks, Parties & Furry Friends)

12 Fun & Affordable Ways to Celebrate 4th of July Throughout the Bay Area (Fireworks, Parties & Furry Friends)

Fourth of July falls on a Wednesday this year which either means a very long weekend for some—and a very caffeine-fueled work day on Thursday for many others. Either way, there are plenty of options to celebrate, listen to some firework blasts and stare into…

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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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