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Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach, which was based off the original early 1900’s amusement park Playland At The Beach, is set to close in September to make way for more Bay Area housing. Playland-Not-at-the-Beach is a museum and party space in El Cerrito that opened back in 2008, bringing “the magic…

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The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

If the Color Factory and the Ice Cream Museum had a love child, that would probably be Candytopia, the candy-abundant experiential exhibit coming to San Francisco in September. After an appearance in Los Angeles and, later this summer, in New York City, the three-month exhibit will land on Market…

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The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

Surfing Dogs, Dolores Park Film Night, Dave Eggers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Elohim, Borgore and more! Get our list of the best events every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. XXYYXX & Sweater Beats Friday at Mezzanine TICKETS American Craft Council Show Friday –…

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SF Rooftop Park to Rival New York’s High Line with Concert Venue, Epic Mural Project

SF Rooftop Park to Rival New York’s High Line with Concert Venue, Epic Mural Project

The city of San Francisco is preparing to unveil their latest project next week, the epic Transbay Terminal, also known as the Salesforce Transit Center. While the Salesforce Tower is a can’t-be-missed addition to the San Francisco skyline (whether you like it or not), the…

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Bayview’s Annual Fundraiser Brings Together Food, Drinks & a Whole Lot of Neighborhood Spirit

Bayview’s Annual Fundraiser Brings Together Food, Drinks & a Whole Lot of Neighborhood Spirit

San Francisco has no shortage of spirited celebrations, but not many benefits a cause as close to home as the Bayview community, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods. Bayview Uncorked, returns on Thursday, August 2nd for its fourth edition; an evening of beer, wine, spirits, and bites—all…

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The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

Beer Slushies, Kubrick at Alamo, Hello Kitty Day, Gilroy Garlic Fest & More! Get our list of the best events every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Mini Japanese Street Food Fest – Beer Slushies Saturday at Umami Mart in Oakland – FREE…

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The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

Free SF Symphony in the Redwoods, Burning Man Trunk Show, Lamb Jam, Creative Night Market, Art Book Fair & More! Get our list of the best events every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. AC Slater’s Night Bass Takeover Friday at 1015 Folsom…

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‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which is the eighth installment of the Harry Potter series and the only part to be presented on a theater stage, is coming to the Curran Theatre in the fall of 2019. The play has already been making headlines…

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July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

While you’re planning your July 4th celebrations, also save time for some quality film time—including some tidbits of Americana. There are a few throwbacks to the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and tributes to PBS TV’s kid favorite Mister Rogers, as well as Saturday Night Live’s superstar…

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Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

The Color Factory and the Museum of Ice Cream have left the building, then briefly entered 29Rooms, the interactive art installation which was here for a quick four days. In one door and out the other, Refinery29, the femme-focused digital media and entertainment company, created a…

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The Lineup: California Academy of Sciences NightLife LIVE Summer Music Series

The Lineup: California Academy of Sciences NightLife LIVE Summer Music Series

While the California Academy of Sciences is known for its Nightlife weekly programming, which covers an impressive range of themes, the summer LIVE series is particularly one to watch. The LIVE summer music series focuses on live music (hence the name) with guest performers and DJs galore,…

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Sundown Cinema: Free Outdoor Film Series Coming to Iconic San Francisco Parks

Sundown Cinema: Free Outdoor Film Series Coming to Iconic San Francisco Parks

The SF Parks Alliance, DoTheBay, and Alamo Drafthouse are teaming up this summer to bring San Francisco the Sundown Cinema: an outdoor film series that will take place in four iconic parks around the city this summer. The movies are an effort to bthe ring community together, provide some free…

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