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Punch Line San Francisco is Looking for a New Home

Punch Line San Francisco is Looking for a New Home

After 40 years at its current location on Battery Street, the legendary Punch Line San Francisco issued a press release making it known that the owners of the building have refused to renew the club’s lease that ends in late August. Longtime Punch Line talent…

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Uber Lyft Strike Set to Cause Chaos or Will It Be a Big Nothing Burger?

Uber Lyft Strike Set to Cause Chaos or Will It Be a Big Nothing Burger?

Be ready. Tomorrow (Wednesday, May 8th) Uber and Lyft drivers will go on strike. Why? Well, if you haven’t really thought much about Uber’s or Lyft’s business models or about the drivers taking you to and fro, you’re probably assuming, “Sure, they’re not getting rich,…

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The Americanna Dream: Creating Community and Opportunity Through Cannabis

The Americanna Dream: Creating Community and Opportunity Through Cannabis

Update: We would like to notify you that The Americanna Dream festival has been postponed due to severe inclement weather. Just around the bend is an innovative and community-oriented festival, planting seeds for the future of cannabis while hosting a variety of powerful resources. We…

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Northern Nights Allows Open Cannabis Use and Purchase

Northern Nights Allows Open Cannabis Use and Purchase

People from all over the West Coast & beyond converge on the forest for 3-days of camping, music, art, food, yoga, and floating the river! The Northern Nights Festival is one of those summer concert events that should be experienced. And now, continuing its push…

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5 Fun Activities to Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

5 Fun Activities to Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, why not take the ‘experience is better than a gift’ approach? Instead of giving mom yet another scarf or scented candle, show your love with your time; take her to an exercise class, an exhibition or a play….

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La Frontera Between Art and Activism

La Frontera Between Art and Activism

As the country seems to grow more diverse with each passing day, LA FRONTERA brings the conversation of national identity front and center. On Thursday, April 25th, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco will host works by artists in LA FRONTERA, an exhibition that navigates Mexico/US border relations and…

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Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Super Duper Burgers is celebrating the 9th Annual Super Duper Day on Monday, April 29th. There are two pretty cool ways they’re giving back to say thank you to their customers as part of the celebration. From 5pm to 8pm, any teacher with a valid…

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Shocked to Hear That Beach Blanket’s Amazing 45 Year Run Is Coming to an End

Shocked to Hear That Beach Blanket’s Amazing 45 Year Run Is Coming to an End

With a bit of shock, the news that Beach Blanket Babylon’s long run would end this year took a moment to register. It was kind of like hearing that Disneyland would be closing for good. I’d never considered any alternative; except that the show would…

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The Bay’s Curiosity in 3,900 Questions and Counting

The Bay’s Curiosity in 3,900 Questions and Counting

There’s a limit to the questions Siri and Alexa can answer for you. You might get a few hits on a subject, but it’s not in their wheelhouse to explain how stories have changed across tradition or time. Who invented the martini? Is there a San Francisco accent? Is the…

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Free Stern Grove Concerts are Back with The Isley Brothers, Toots & the Maytals, Mitski and More

Free Stern Grove Concerts are Back with The Isley Brothers, Toots & the Maytals, Mitski and More

Stern Grove Festival, the free summer concert series held annually in Stern Grove, announced its full lineup for 2019, featuring Digable Planets, Toots & the Maytals, and the Psychedelic Furs, plus R&B legends the Isley Brothers concluding the festival at the “Big Picnic” benefit show….

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Smily, Cuddly Goats are Baaack for Goat Fest

Smily, Cuddly Goats are Baaack for Goat Fest

CUESA has put on Goat Festival for 10 years; bringing herds of goats and people together for a day. Just head over to the Ferry Building Farmers Market on Saturday, April 13th. All ages are welcome (some in caprine costumes) to meet & take pics…

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Five New Food Options at Oracle Park This Season

Five New Food Options at Oracle Park This Season

A lack of big offseason moves on the Giants roster left some fans looking for reasons to celebrate before Opening Day. And certainly, the product on the field at this time is more hope than promise, but there’s still something we can all get excited…

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