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Win ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Opening Night Movie Tickets & Super7 Prize Pack

Win ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Opening Night Movie Tickets & Super7 Prize Pack

Enter below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi in 3D on opening night, Thursday, December 14! Also included, is a prize pack of Star Wars goodies from Super7, an internationally recognized and locally-based company specializing in unique collector toys, books,…

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Academy Award Winner & ‘Star Wars’ Model Maker Lorne Peterson Hosts Series at Exploratorium

Academy Award Winner & ‘Star Wars’ Model Maker Lorne Peterson Hosts Series at Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is introducing a new “Made for Movies” series with visual effects wizard Lorne Peterson. Peterson is an Academy Award-winning artist best-known for his work as a modeler for Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). He was originally hired by George Lucas back in 1975 and has…

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Beyond the Pumpkin Spice: 7 Holiday Arts & Craft Fairs that Take DIY to the Next Level

Beyond the Pumpkin Spice: 7 Holiday Arts & Craft Fairs that Take DIY to the Next Level

In the San Francisco Bay Area, there is always a DIY opportunity or a clever crafty thing to buy. But in November and December, when craft fair season is in full swing, things are guaranteed to go next-level. Here is our list of not-to-be-missed spots to find…

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SFist, Gothamist & DNAinfo Shut Down, Years of Archived Articles Unavailable

SFist, Gothamist & DNAinfo Shut Down, Years of Archived Articles Unavailable

Joe Ricketts, CEO of DNAinfo and Gothamist (which includes SFist), announced they would be shutting down. The news came after a short-lived victory last week when the staff had unionized. While Ricketts maintains that this was a financially motivated decision, the sites were scrubbed clean making it next to…

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Sketchpad Gallery & the Bruce Lee Foundation Present an Art Show Inspired by the Iconic Martial Arts Master

Sketchpad Gallery & the Bruce Lee Foundation Present an Art Show Inspired by the Iconic Martial Arts Master

San Francisco’s Sketchpad Gallery has teamed up with the Bruce Lee Foundation to present Spirit of the Dragon, a Bruce Lee tribute art show. Bruce Lee is a widely-known pop culture icon but the reason why he is so near-and-dear to so many goes way past…

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SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

  Just when you thought you’ve exhausted your Netflix list, for reals this time, there’s a whole other on-demand video platform to indulge in…free of charge to SF Public Library card members. Kanopy’s curated collection of more than 30,000 films, including movies and documentaries from award-winning filmmakers,…

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Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

San Francisco is experiencing Red Level air quality today due to the wildfires in the North Bay. Red Level air quality means the air is unhealthy. There are other levels that are worse, with “very unhealthy” and “hazardous” topping the charts, but it’s worth noting. SF…

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10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

With Halloween landing on a Tuesday this year, there will be a ton of parties through the weekend and spilling out onto Monday and Tuesdays. Between costume changes, or if you’re one to just straight opt out of all that party noise and want to…

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Beloved Owner of ‘Gus’s Community Market’ Killed In Bayview Hit-And-Run

Beloved Owner of ‘Gus’s Community Market’ Killed In Bayview Hit-And-Run

Konstantinos “Gus” Vardakastanis, the grocer known for his family-run grocery stores in San Francisco, was killed early this morning after a hit-and-run in the Bayview. Over thirty years ago, Vardakastianis started a humble grocery store with his wife. They’ve since established three locations and touched the…

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Brews on the Bay & Inside the SF Brewers Guild, Advocates for Locally Craft Beer

Brews on the Bay & Inside the SF Brewers Guild, Advocates for Locally Craft Beer

Craft beer drinking is the new wine tasting—minus all the glass swirling and hard to pronounce names from the equation, plus a bit more bearded fellows in the mix. With that said, if you have found yourself enamored by craft beer culture, Saturday’s Brews on…

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East Coast Curator Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts

East Coast Curator Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts

Heron Arts has invited East Coaster Jonathan LeVine to guest curate their upcoming “East Looks West” art show, opening this Saturday. The show is a celebration of two coasts interconnected stylistically, digitally and by the artists themselves—many who are west coast natives and transplants alike. The…

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LuckyRice Brings a Plant-Based Asian Food Fest to San Francisco

LuckyRice Brings a Plant-Based Asian Food Fest to San Francisco

LUCKYRICE hosts national events highlighting Asian-inspired food culture. For this year’s San Francisco event, they’ve planned an entirely plant-based tasting menu. While some might find this vegetarian-friendly direction as a risky choice, (because there are so many hard to resist, meat-filled dishes within the Asian…

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