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Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

With Blue Apron, Caviar, and Tender Greens in the picture, who needs cooking, anyway? No one, if it’s out of sheer necessity. But as a unique skill and an opportunity to have elevated fun, however, cooking is definitely re-branding itself in San Francisco, with a…

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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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Soba Ichi: A New Hand-Cut Japanese Soba Restaurant Set to Open in Oakland

Soba Ichi: A New Hand-Cut Japanese Soba Restaurant Set to Open in Oakland

Finding good quality soba can be a struggle, as it is a pretty difficult to master, but we are all excited to see how the guys at Soba Ichi take on the challenge. Christian Geideman, Paul Discoe, Koichi Ishii and Shinichi Washino are opening a new teuchi restaurant,…

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San Francisco Pride Week Events Calendar

San Francisco Pride Week Events Calendar

June is officially Pride month and there’s an incredible array of fun and unique events to celebrate this year’s theme “Generations of Strength.” Discover some of the many activities happening in the SF Bay Area during the SF Pride Parade and Celebration weekend below. THURSDAY,…

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A Bank For Weed Shops? Potentially Coming Soon to California

A Bank For Weed Shops? Potentially Coming Soon to California

A bill was passed by the Senate this week which will allow licensed pot shops to open and use savings and checking accounts in their large transactions rather than using cash like they are currently required to. The bill was brought forward by Senator Robert Hertzberg,…

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18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

Bay to Breakers, the biggest race through the heart of San Francisco, is happening this Sunday, May 20th. And if you aren’t a total newb to the city, then you probably know this is a day that brings both serious runners to the course, as…

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Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House is gearing up for their 33rd annual art auction, a key fundraiser for their year-round outreach and community building missions, including their Community Arts Program. This non-profit tirelessly supports San Francisco’s Tenderloin, Sixth Street Corridor, and Mid-Market neighborhoods and has created positive change…

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Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

It’s rare these days to hear about a new gallery opening in the Bay Area, with the majority of new development focused on shuttering old spaces to make way for the construction of large-scale housing projects and office spaces. That’s why it felt like cause for celebration when Athen…

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San Francisco Approves Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District

San Francisco Approves Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution authorizing a Leather and LGBTQ cultural district in the Grey Area part of SoMa. Supervisor Jane Kim said before the vote Tuesday that legislation to designate a cultural district has been more than a decade…

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8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and you know you’ll want to celebrate. This year, a fun coincidence led to the holiday’s union with the Kentucky Derby, resulting in refreshing combos of mint juleps and tacos all over town. Where to toast with margaritas, lick paletas,…

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The Bay Area’s Largest Plant Sale Returns to Golden Gate Park

The Bay Area’s Largest Plant Sale Returns to Golden Gate Park

The Bay Area’s largest plant sale is coming back to San Fransisco for its 51st year in operation this Saturday, May 5. With over 20,000 plants for sale including 2,500 different species, the Botanical Garden’s Annual Sale boasts the largest selection of plants available for…

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Bloggers of the Bay: North Beach Alleys & Delicious Focaccia with Carlina Harris

Bloggers of the Bay: North Beach Alleys & Delicious Focaccia with Carlina Harris

Always giving global trends a cool San Francisco twist, Allergic to Vanilla‘s Carlina Harris is one of the Bay’s most established and prominent fashion bloggers. When she’s not taking gorgeous pictures with quintessential urban backgrounds, Harris manages influencer relations for the shopping platform Shopstyle, runs…

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