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Mission Crit 5: A Race With A Purpose

Mission Crit 5: A Race With A Purpose

The Mission Crit bicycle race is gearing up for its 5th year of competition on April 21. Along with being a race that’s focused around inclusivity and increasing diversity among its community of cyclists, the race is totally free for spectators. The Mission Crit races were…

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Warriors Dedicate Basketball Court in Chinatown to Honor Late Mayor Ed Lee

Warriors Dedicate Basketball Court in Chinatown to Honor Late Mayor Ed Lee

The Golden State Warriors partnered with a few organizations to honor Ed Lee, the city’s first Asian-American mayor with his own basketball court. “Edwin M. Lee Court” is located at the Salvation Army Chinatown Corps Community Center in San Francisco, where Lee had married his…

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SF Giants Metallica Night at AT&T Park Ticket Giveaway

SF Giants Metallica Night at AT&T Park Ticket Giveaway

Back by popular demand, the Giants feature the 6th Annual Metallica Night; honoring the Grammy-Award winning band that has driven rock forward with a unique combination of speed and punk! It’s hard to underestimate their influence in music, the importance of their continued dedication to…

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Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Whether the Giants are winning or losing, food is a huge part of the experience at AT&T Park – and we’re not talking peanuts and Cracker Jack. There’s no shortage of options for your appetite as the squad kicks off another season at McCovey Cove….

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Michelle Obama in Conversation, A Special Bay Area Opportunity to Hear the Latest from the Former First Lady

Michelle Obama in Conversation, A Special Bay Area Opportunity to Hear the Latest from the Former First Lady

For those of you with Michelle Obama withdrawals, you’ll be happy to know that the former First Lady will be in town. More precisely, she will be part of a moderated conversation at Oakland’s Oracle Arena. Some of the topics on the agenda include Let’s Move!, her…

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Bon Appetit’s ‘Healthyish’ is Coming to SF with a Dinner Honoring Women in the Industry & Beyond

Bon Appetit’s ‘Healthyish’ is Coming to SF with a Dinner Honoring Women in the Industry & Beyond

If you know your kale from your turmeric, you’ve probably heard of Healthyish, the new-ish website from Bon Appetit magazine. On it, delicious recipes and informative stories serve a good dose of healthy, minus the preaching part. On March 27th, San Francisco will become the…

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HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ is Looking for Extras

HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ is Looking for Extras

Extras, extras! Read all about it! HBO’s “Big Little Lies” is looking for extras as they get ready to shoot season 2 of the Emmy Award-winning show—right in the Monterey Bay area. Cast members Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and Zoë Kravitz are some…

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Worlds Fair Nano 2018: From Genius to Bizarre, the Latest in Art, Tech & VR

Worlds Fair Nano 2018: From Genius to Bizarre, the Latest in Art, Tech & VR

Beginning this Saturday, the epic 100,000 square foot warehouse at Pier 48 will transform into an expo of live tech demos, interactive art installations, food trucks and futurist speaker sessions for the 2018 Worlds Fair Nano. The two-day event will showcase emerging technologies across all…

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Get Ready For The March For Our Lives Rally in San Francisco and Around The World

Get Ready For The March For Our Lives Rally in San Francisco and Around The World

The “Thoughts and Prayers” response we’ve been given for many years after a tragic shooting is maddening and not anywhere close to enough. Instead of getting upset and doing nothing about it, join your fellow San Franciscan’s to demand action. An accord has to be…

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Museum of Ice Cream Announces Three-Month Extension

Museum of Ice Cream Announces Three-Month Extension

For those who need a second serving of the Museum of Ice Cream or still haven’t been able to check it out—there’s some good news for you. After consecutively selling out since September 2017, Museum of Ice Cream San Francisco has announced new installations, more…

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Bloggers of the Bay Area: Aimless Walks & Fancy Coffee with Aimee Rancer (Western Addition & NOPA)

Bloggers of the Bay Area: Aimless Walks & Fancy Coffee with Aimee Rancer (Western Addition & NOPA)

Originally from Ohio, Aimee Rancer of the Ohio Transplant brings a cool, effortless tone to the local blogging scene. Approachable, smiley and proudly ginger, Rancer loves to try local spots and support affordable brands, when she’s not flying around the country as a strategist for…

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Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

On the third Wednesday of every month, Nerd Nite (NNSF) returns in all its nerd-filled glory. Each month, Rickshaw Stop becomes the City’s go-to place to hear speakers break down an endless number of topics—everything from spider courtship to the Martian magnetosphere, to flute making,…

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