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Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

We live in a technological age where information abounds, with so many opportunities literally at our fingertips. However, sometimes a good old-fashioned outing is the perfect nostalgic change of pace that you’ve been craving. With that in mind, we decided to log off, ditch the traditional…

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5 Free Events Available from the SF Writers Conference

5 Free Events Available from the SF Writers Conference

For all those writers out there who’ll be sticking around on Presidents Day Weekend, consider hitting some of the free writing classes happening in conjunction with this year’s San Francisco Writers Conference. Each year, writers gather from all over to learn from the writing masters,…

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Best Weekend Getaways: Southbound

Best Weekend Getaways: Southbound

With the weather behaving the way it has been recently, it only makes sense to escape south, where the sun might make longer appearances.  After our Valentine’s Day Northbound Travel Escape Guide, please welcome its southbound counterpart, in which you play at the beach, check…

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“Summer of Love” to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

“Summer of Love” to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

The 1960s were a time of uninhibited self-expression, protests against war and greed, and the push for love, peace and compassion for all. On all accounts, it’s not too far off from what the current political climate has many of us rallying around once again….

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Best Weekend Getaways for Valentine’s Day: Northbound

Best Weekend Getaways for Valentine’s Day: Northbound

It’s not like you really need Valentine’s Day to plan a getaway, but it’s a great motivational push. Whether you’re single and aiming for a girlfriend’s trip or coupled up and hoping to get some quality time together, our two-part getaway guide has you covered…

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The Women’s March in SF & Oakland: Where to Show Up, Donate, Get Posters & Find the ‘Resist!’ Newspaper

The Women’s March in SF & Oakland: Where to Show Up, Donate, Get Posters & Find the ‘Resist!’ Newspaper

It’s safe to say that almost anyone who has access to the internet knows there will be Women’s Marches happening tomorrow. The mothership (no pun intended) will be in the Women’s March on Washington. Sister marches all across the nation, as well as in countries…

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The Edwardian Ball: Two Nights of The Macabre & Whimsical

The Edwardian Ball: Two Nights of The Macabre & Whimsical

Now in its 17th year, the two-evening event at the Regency Ballroom beckons thousands of party-goers to indulge in costumed theatrics and Victorian-era hijinks exploring the life work of author Edward Gorey.  There are few events as grandiose or eccentric as the San Francisco’s annual…

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Recycle, Reuse, Create. The Latest from Recology’s Artist in Residence Program

Recycle, Reuse, Create. The Latest from Recology’s Artist in Residence Program

Artists have been borrowing resources to help formulate their works before there were words to really describe ‘art’ as a concept. These days, the number of objects that are manufactured only later to be discarded rival those found in the natural world. Beginning Friday, January…

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Local Filmmakers Collect Videos for ’73 Days Later’ Trump Documentary

Local Filmmakers Collect Videos for ’73 Days Later’ Trump Documentary

One week from now, business magnate and television personality Donald Trump will be sworn into office as the 45th President of the United States. In the days that follow, the most divisive question still seems to be “how did this happen?” In fact, if you…

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The Oakland Raiders Are Almost Certainly Leaving the Bay Area

The Oakland Raiders Are Almost Certainly Leaving the Bay Area

Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis met yesterday morning in New York City with members of the National Football League (NFL) stadium and finance committee to discuss the team’s relocation to Las Vegas. Bay Area sports fans are paying close attention as they could potentially lose…

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5 New Year’s Goals You Can Achieve with Professional Networking App Shapr

5 New Year’s Goals You Can Achieve with Professional Networking App Shapr

San Francisco is no stranger to the powers of swiping left and right when it comes to dating. The same idea is now being used to introduce fellow professionals in the city for non-romantic relationships, and the result is truly powerful. Shapr is an easy-to-use…

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The 10 Biggest News Stories of 2016 in the San Francisco Bay Area

The 10 Biggest News Stories of 2016 in the San Francisco Bay Area

As we close the book on 2016—or perhaps slam it shut, and never open it again—it’s time to reminisce on the events that made this year everything it was. From moments we celebrated, to those that reduced us to tears, let’s take a look back…

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