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The Edwardian Ball 2018: Fanciful Fashion, Treasure Hunts and Futurist Contraptions

The Edwardian Ball 2018: Fanciful Fashion, Treasure Hunts and Futurist Contraptions

Over the weekend of January 26th, the Regency Ballroom will be transformed for the annual Edwardian World’s Faire & the Edwardian Ball. Two nights of old-fashioned reverie, one-of-a-kind acrobatic performances and live music. In celebration of an era in which rotary phones and penny-farthing bicycles were…

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25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

Even if you’re the savviest of beer lovers, SF Beer Week can overwhelm. With over 300 events, from food and beer pairings to brewery tours, SF Beer Week will be catering to the hardcore beer lovers and casual lager enthusiasts alike—and taking over the Bay Area this…

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Oakland Athletics Offers Free Tickets to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Oakland Athletics Offers Free Tickets to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Athletics baseball in Oakland, the team is offering free tickets to the game on April 17. Exactly 50 years ago, back in 1968, the A’s debuted as a franchise in Oakland and the team plans to celebrate the milestone throughout…

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Shake Shack Ready to Make Its Northern California Debut

Shake Shack Ready to Make Its Northern California Debut

New York fast-casual burger chain Shake Shack announced it will soon have three Bay Area three locations. The first Northern California restaurant will open later this fall in Palo Alto’s Stanford Shopping Center, followed by a second location in Larkspur, and third expected in San Francisco…

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Lightning in a Bottle Reveals Phase 1 Lineup for 2018 Festival

Lightning in a Bottle Reveals Phase 1 Lineup for 2018 Festival

Organizers behind the Lightning in a Bottle music festival announced the phase 1 lineup for this year’s event, headlined by rapper Anderson .Paak & and his band the Free Nationals, Chinese American electronic musician ZHU, as well as funky, electro-soul act GRiZ. Lightning in a…

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The Upcoming Women’s March: Uniting Across the Bay Area & Beyond

The Upcoming Women’s March: Uniting Across the Bay Area & Beyond

Last year’s Women’s March on January 21, 2017 was bigger than anyone could have expected, followed by a year none of us could have predicted. Victories in women’s rights, both big and small, were seen throughout the world in 2017, and the #MeToo movement echoed throughout…

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All the Best Deals from San Francisco and Oakland’s Restaurant Weeks

All the Best Deals from San Francisco and Oakland’s Restaurant Weeks

There’s no better way to kick off 2018 than with a scrumptious selection of great restaurant deals. And in the Bay Area, we’re doubling up on the good fortune with two back-to-back restaurant weeks: one in Oakland (January 11-21st) and the other in San Francisco (January…

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Outside Lands Wants Your Opinion: Who Should Headline the 11th Annual Festival?

Outside Lands Wants Your Opinion: Who Should Headline the 11th Annual Festival?

What if you could choose your favorite artist to headline this year’s Outside Lands Festival? The Knife, Diplo, Jimi Hendrix Hologram? Well, here’s a chance for your ideas to be considered. Festival organizers Another Planet Entertainment have posted a form for fans to give their…

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Lunch On Us: International Smoke

Lunch On Us: International Smoke

We’re giving away lunch (for two) every month in 2018! To begin the new year in the most delicious way, January’s lunch is… International Smoke, the new restaurant in downtown San Francisco from Ayesha Curry and Chef Michael Mina. Enter to win a $50 gift…

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Trick Dog Goes Sky-High with its Latest ‘Airways’ Themed Cocktail Menu

Trick Dog Goes Sky-High with its Latest ‘Airways’ Themed Cocktail Menu

Every six months, Mission district cocktail bar Trick Dog discards its entire menu and replaces it with a new, themed selection of drinks. The 11th iteration was introduced this week and dubbed Trick Dog Airways, a collection of concoctions that mimics the design of a…

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The Latest from Treasure Island: New Shipping Container Restaurant & Bar ‘Mersea’ Set to Open

The Latest from Treasure Island: New Shipping Container Restaurant & Bar ‘Mersea’ Set to Open

A new comfort-casual restaurant on Treasure Island called Mersea, built entirely from 13 recycled shipping containers, officially opens its doors on Friday, January 12. The menu was developed by Executive Chef Parke Ulrich from Waterbar and EPIC Steak and the building offers elevated, panoramic views…

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Grant Applications Now Open for the 2018 Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions

Grant Applications Now Open for the 2018 Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions

Thanks to the Hewlett Foundation run by William and Flora Hewlett, 10 local non-profit organizations will receive $150,000 grants to commission significant new works of theater, spoken word, and musical theater and premiere them in the Bay Area. Applications for this year’s awards are due…

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