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Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach Set to Close to Make Way for Housing

Playland-Not-at-the-Beach, which was based off the original early 1900’s amusement park Playland At The Beach, is set to close in September to make way for more Bay Area housing. Playland-Not-at-the-Beach is a museum and party space in El Cerrito that opened back in 2008, bringing “the magic…

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The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

If the Color Factory and the Ice Cream Museum had a love child, that would probably be Candytopia, the candy-abundant experiential exhibit coming to San Francisco in September. After an appearance in Los Angeles and, later this summer, in New York City, the three-month exhibit will land on Market…

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Six Bay Area Eateries Make Bon Appetite’s ‘America’s Top 50 Best New Restaurants’ List

Six Bay Area Eateries Make Bon Appetite’s ‘America’s Top 50 Best New Restaurants’ List

Each year, Bon Appetite, the powerhouse food magazine, creates an annual list of the Top 50 nominees for “America’s Best New Restaurants of 2018.” This year, the Bay Area claimed six of those coveted top spots. While we wait until August 14, for Bon Appetit’s Top…

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Dating App Bumble Creates an Offline Opportunity to Mix, Mingle & Self-Improve

Dating App Bumble Creates an Offline Opportunity to Mix, Mingle & Self-Improve

The upcoming Make the First Move event by popular dating app Bumble, isn’t just about snapping pretty pictures in front of colorful backdrops, the experience is about taking action; socially, financially and wholly. Supported by Peerspace and taking place at Fort Mason on August 4th-5th, Bumble has…

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5 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

5 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

Let’s face it—wine tasting has come to be about so much more than grapes and acidity. While sipping and nodding knowledgeably are still staple behaviors, documenting wine weekends on social media is as a whole other art form within itself. Winery owners are well aware…

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$99 Flights from SFO to Iceland on WOW Airlines in September and October

$99 Flights from SFO to Iceland on WOW Airlines in September and October

Want to visit the land of majestic horses, troll-shaped lava rocks, hot springs, and Bjork? There are cheap trips to Iceland via WOW Air that just went on promotion for September and October. September and October are typically the best time to visit Iceland for…

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Beloved SF Bakery La Victoria Set to Close Next Month

Beloved SF Bakery La Victoria Set to Close Next Month

After 67 years of business on 24th Street in the Mission, the building that houses the local bakery La Victoria is set to be sold next month. It’s not just La Victoria that relies on the building, the other five subtenants who lease space in…

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What’s that Strange Smell? A New Corpse Flower is About to Bloom at the Conservatory of Flowers

What’s that Strange Smell? A New Corpse Flower is About to Bloom at the Conservatory of Flowers

Suma the Titan is a corpse flower on the verge of blooming this week at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. A corpse flower is a very rare kind of plant that releases an incredibly stinky odor when it blooms, and you can view…

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San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

Love going out for some drinks with friends, but have that nagging guilt about having to leave your best friend and companion home alone? We’ve come up with a list of bars that offer a great atmosphere, and a safe place to bring your favorite…

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Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

The popular Union Square bar and restaurant Lefty O’Doul’s, unfortunately, closed back in January 2017 due to a dispute between the owner and his landlord with no return in sight. Fortunately, a little good news…the restaurant is expected to return but to a new location and…

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‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which is the eighth installment of the Harry Potter series and the only part to be presented on a theater stage, is coming to the Curran Theatre in the fall of 2019. The play has already been making headlines…

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Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

The Color Factory and the Museum of Ice Cream have left the building, then briefly entered 29Rooms, the interactive art installation which was here for a quick four days. In one door and out the other, Refinery29, the femme-focused digital media and entertainment company, created a…

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