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Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Tomorrow is the third in a series of four evening events dubbed, Commons on 3rd Thursdays. The community event converts the Civic Center public areas into a fun environment for all ages with music, activities, food, and drink options. This new initiative is thanks to a…

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5 Dreamy California Cheeses Discovered at SF Cheese Fest

5 Dreamy California Cheeses Discovered at SF Cheese Fest

While there is an entire California Cheese Trail (complete with an app), the quaint and classy, San Francisco Cheese Fest makes it easy to quickly explore some of the state’s finest samplings. This annual benefit for the California Artisan Cheese Guild is now in its third…

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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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A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

Emporium is a new 12,000 square foot concept bar and event space that is set to open in October. This new NOPA hang out is located right near the Independent and is housed in the 100-year-old, former Harding Theater. As delivery trucks are busy dropping…

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September is National Honey Month! 5 Sweet Local Companies in the Bee Biz

September is National Honey Month! 5 Sweet Local Companies in the Bee Biz

September is National Honey Month! This sugar alternative, created through an awe-inspiring process, and known for its healthy antioxidant and antibacterial properties, is definitely worth celebrating. To sweeten up the month, we have found some of the best artisanal honey around the Bay Area. Here’s…

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CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

On the Friday before Labor Day weekend, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee dismantled a bill that would allow communities to decide whether bars can serve alcohol past the current 2AM cutoff. Democratic State Senator Scott Wiener introduced the latest piece of legislation back in February….

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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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It’s National Eat Outside Day! 5 Awesome East Bay Spots for the Occasion

It’s National Eat Outside Day! 5 Awesome East Bay Spots for the Occasion

On August 31st, we’re welcoming a holiday of utmost importance: National Eat Outside Day! All around the world, eating outdoors is a summer staple, and in the Bay Area – given it’s Fogust out there – the activity is best done in the East Bay,…

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Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Working from home can inevitably start to feel like going to the same office every day, but it doesn’t have to. We’ve searched out some noteworthy spots around the city that are perfect for a workday field trip or maybe even a more permanent cafe…

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Family-Style Establishment Buca Di Beppo Closes its SoMa Location

Family-Style Establishment Buca Di Beppo Closes its SoMa Location

Two weeks ago, an unexpected sign appeared taped to the glass window of the building at 855 Howard Street announcing that the family-style Italian restaurant chain Buca Di Beppo officially closed. The SoMa district location, like all locations, served portions of pasta, bruschetta, and other…

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Museum of Ice Cream’s San Francisco Debut and How To Get Tickets

Museum of Ice Cream’s San Francisco Debut and How To Get Tickets

Stand back Color Factory, there’s a new buzz-worthy experience in town. The news of a downtown San Francisco location is melting the hearts of ice cream lovers who have been anxiously waiting for the doors to open and reveal an interactive sprinkle pool, an ice…

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7 San Francisco Restaurants to Finally Try While Everyone’s at Burning Man

7 San Francisco Restaurants to Finally Try While Everyone’s at Burning Man

Art cars are in the final stages of beautification, feathers and fake furs are pulled out of storage, and campsite dramas are being put to rest as everyone is getting ready to head out for Burning Man…yet again. Beating all the flooding concerns, the festival of…

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