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Terrifying Images From Inside The Old SF Mint Haunted House Experience

Terrifying Images From Inside The Old SF Mint Haunted House Experience

If you’re looking for a bit of Halloween fright in your night there’s a brand new experience happening in October at one of the spookiest places in San Francisco, The Old SF Mint. (See also: 10 Creepy Abandoned Places We’re Tempted to Explore) When the…

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Lunch on Us: Mixt

Lunch on Us: Mixt

We’re giving away lunch (for two) every month in 2018! October’s lunch is… Mixt, locally-sourced salads, sandwiches and grain bowls – founded right here in SF in 2005! Enter below to win a $40 gift card to Mixt – winner will be announced November 15th.

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Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower is a San Francisco landmark. On October 8th, it turned 85 years old and was recently granted the title of being a “nationally significant” historic location on the National Register of Historic Places. Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy philanthropist, was known for her love…

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5 Local Cook Books to Live By

5 Local Cook Books to Live By

With fall upon us, you might soon feel a faint desire to engage with cookbooks; gift them, cozy up with them on the sofa, and, who knows, maybe even cook. Being the official back-to-the-kitchen season, fall is always brimming with new print offerings, from ambitious…

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Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Each year, organizers of Burning Man select a theme to inspire creative, experimental, and interactive contributions in mediums like sculpture, buildings, performance, and art cars. The 2019 theme has been chosen. It will be Metamorphoses. The Burning Man community explores artistic self-expression. Participation and talent…

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Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

On October 24th, the landmark market, Bi-Rite, will open a new café kiosk in Civic Center Plaza. Bi-Rite approved food and beverages will be priced for every budget and the location adjacent to The Helen Diller Civic Center Playgrounds will make it a convenient gathering…

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Camping in The City at Sunrise Point

Camping in The City at Sunrise Point

Sunrise Point Campground, located within Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, opened six new campsites to the public on October 1st. These campsites are unique in that they are only accessible by trail or boat, and not accessible by car. So prepare for a little walk to…

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5 Swimming Pools Sun-Starved San Franciscans Should Find When the Opportunity Arises

5 Swimming Pools Sun-Starved San Franciscans Should Find When the Opportunity Arises

San Francisco doesn’t have a traditional summer filled with sunny days, and with September and October as generally the warmest months here, we’re holding out hope for October. And since “friends with pools” seem to be like urban legends, just as elusive as that warm day,…

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2018 Fleet Week San Francisco

2018 Fleet Week San Francisco

The sounds of jets overhead remind us… it’s that time of year again. Prep the pets, scout out a hill to catch the action, Fleet Week San Francisco is back.

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Will A Day at Civic Center Equal Family Fun?

Will A Day at Civic Center Equal Family Fun?

The Civic Center Plaza has always been an interesting place. The scenes constantly shift, depending on the day and hour, but the shadows of the suffering have made it unlikely that you’d bring your family to hang out unless it involved some kind of celebration…

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The Farmerbrown Team Set to Open New Restaurant ‘Isla Vida’ in the Fillmore

The Farmerbrown Team Set to Open New Restaurant ‘Isla Vida’ in the Fillmore

The team behind the celebrated soul food restaurant Farmerbrown, is planning on opening its newest project, Isla Vida, in the Fillmore District. Scheduled to open later this year, Isla Vida will feature an Afro-Carribean styled cuisine which they hope will be part of revitalizing the once flourishing African…

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Say Cheese! Taste Delicious Bites & Learn a Thing or Two at SF Cheese Fest

Say Cheese! Taste Delicious Bites & Learn a Thing or Two at SF Cheese Fest

Attention cheese lovers, the fourth annual SF Cheese Fest returns! This September 15 & 16, get ready to expand your cheese knowledge, taste a variety of dreamy cheeses, get down with some games, and attend a seminar or two. All proceeds are going to the California Artisan Cheese Guild, a statewide nonprofit…

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