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Karl the Fog’s Autobiography Rolls in Before Summer

Karl the Fog’s Autobiography Rolls in Before Summer

The anonymous and snarky personality that runs the popular Karl The Fog Twitter account recently announced plans to publish a book to be released in May titled, “‘Karl the Fog’: the story of my life as the San Francisco fog.” The book will be published…

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Bruce Bochy Says 2019 Will Be His Last

Bruce Bochy Says 2019 Will Be His Last

It seems as if Bruce Bochy’s been the father of Giants’ baseball forever. Yet it’s only been a decade or so that he’s been the manager of the San Francisco Giants; April begins his 13th for the Giants. In that short period of time, San…

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Cannabis Gifts You’ll Both Love: Take Valentine’s Day to a Higher Level with SAVA

Cannabis Gifts You’ll Both Love: Take Valentine’s Day to a Higher Level with SAVA

Oh snap! Valentine’s Day is coming. Last year you took your bae out to dinner somewhere and bought something so memorable you don’t remember anymore. Yep. We’re bored of the same ol’ gifts too. This year, skip the dusty store-bought box of heart-shaped chocolates and swerve…

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Benny Gold Says Goodbye, Huf Returns to San Francisco

Benny Gold Says Goodbye, Huf Returns to San Francisco

At the end of last month, the iconic skate-inspired streetwear brand Benny Gold announced plans to close its doors at 968 Valencia Street in the Mission. To many, it must have seemed the only logical doom. Boutique brands and historic venues seem to be going out of…

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Road Trippin’! 8 Spots to Eat, Drink and Mentally Unwind in Santa Rosa

Road Trippin’! 8 Spots to Eat, Drink and Mentally Unwind in Santa Rosa

Next time you’re finding yourself getting extra aggravated on an elbow-to-elbow MUNI ride home, or have an extra day off and are looking for a quick weekend getaway outside the City, head out to Santa Rosa. Located just a little over an hour from either…

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Oracle Stays in the Game by Winning the Naming Rights to Giants Stadium

Oracle Stays in the Game by Winning the Naming Rights to Giants Stadium

The San Francisco Giants have announced that AT&T Park has been renamed Oracle Park. The 20-year agreement keeps Oracle in the sports arena / stadium name game; their current prime sponsorship with Oracle Arena ends when the Warriors open the Chase Center in 2019-2020. Curiously…

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New Year, New You: Ten Artists Share Their 2019 Resolutions

New Year, New You: Ten Artists Share Their 2019 Resolutions

Whew, it’s been quite a year. If you had a particularly rough 2018, the only promise we can make is that 2019 will be different. Some people just don’t believe in New Years resolutions. We get it. There are plenty of reasons to be seizing the…

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January Food and Drink Events for Your Calendar

January Food and Drink Events for Your Calendar

Now that the bells and whistles of the New Year celebrations have quieted down, and all the hangovers have been nursed, it’s time to welcome in 2019 with all of its glory. New foodie celebrations and restaurant openings await. Here are a few food and…

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Buy One, Get One Free Tickets to Alcatraz

Buy One, Get One Free Tickets to Alcatraz

If you’ve wanted to get over to Alcatraz but haven’t been able to do so, here’s an offer you might not be able to pass up. Alcatraz Cruises is launching its 2nd annual “Buy One, Get One Free” (BOGO) ticket promotion. Although Alcatraz Cruises’ tours…

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NYE Fireworks in San Francisco!

NYE Fireworks in San Francisco!

If you want to catch a little sparkle this NYE, then the fireworks show at the Embarcadero is your best bet. The SF tradition starts at 11:59pm. We understand that many of you look forward to celebrating with a few hundred thousand fellow revelers. But…

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Lessons in Impermanence From a Wandering Earth Artist

Lessons in Impermanence From a Wandering Earth Artist

It was through impermanence that Day Schildkret found his calling as an artist. Looking for a way to move past a breakup, he awoke one morning to trek through the hills behind his house at the base of Wildcat Canyon in Richmond. Since childhood, he’d been drawn to things that…

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Mavericks Annual Perfect Day of Big Surf is Near

Mavericks Annual Perfect Day of Big Surf is Near

With wave warnings continuing this week, organizers of The Mavericks Challenge are closely monitoring the conditions. The annual big wave surfing competition nearly started on Monday, but surf conditions were too wild and unsafe. And as we’ve seen in years past, it’s possible that Mother…

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