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27 Fun and Easy Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas

27 Fun and Easy Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas

The biggest race through the heart of San Francisco is this weekend and you’re thinking about going without a costume? Not cool, but we have you covered, get some inspo from our costume gallery…   See the Official Bay to Breakers course map. All photos…

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Bike to Work Day, SF Bike Coalition & Where to Find the Free Totes

Bike to Work Day, SF Bike Coalition & Where to Find the Free Totes

If you’ve ever looked for bike-friendly routes to avoid massive hills in San Francisco, had a bike crash with a car and wondered what your rights were, or had your bike stolen, then you might already be aware of the SF Bike Coalition. This group…

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Conservatory of Flowers Teams Up with Local Organizations: 9 Free Activities for Nature Lovers

Conservatory of Flowers Teams Up with Local Organizations: 9 Free Activities for Nature Lovers

Summertime and exploring the great outdoors makes for a perfect combination. Seize the season by learning about tropical wonders inside Golden Gate Park, such the enormous seed pod of the double coconut, the largest seed known to science. Following a successful pilot test last year,…

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San Francisco Botanical Garden’s 50th Annual Spring Sale in Full Bloom

San Francisco Botanical Garden’s 50th Annual Spring Sale in Full Bloom

Those looking for lush additions to their gardens should consider checking out the annual spring plant sale at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Considered the largest plant sale in the Bay Area, more than 20,000 plants, representing 2,500 different varieties, will be available for purchase….

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Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

It’s been nearly 100 days since President (*sigh*) Trump took office. There have been plenty of opportunities to shake our fists at the issues, but here’s a chance now to shake our asses. Gray Area, a local education hub, incubator and venue space, which also…

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Meet Mike Tyson, Hulk Hogan, Joe Montana, Dennis Rodman This Weekend in San Francisco

Meet Mike Tyson, Hulk Hogan, Joe Montana, Dennis Rodman This Weekend in San Francisco

Ever dreamed of meeting your favorite football Hall of Famer or wrestling legend? This weekend Tristar brings its annual collector show to the Cow Palace. Admittedly the cost to get your picture taken with some of the stars is high. For example, $129 to have…

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2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

This Saturday, April 22nd, Mission Crit, which organizes the city’s only fixed-gear cycling competition, will celebrate another year of pitting both experienced and novice cyclists against one another for a thrilling 40-minute race on a short, technical course in the Mission District. This is the…

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10 Mind-Altering Sessions at Oakland’s Psychedelic Science Conference

10 Mind-Altering Sessions at Oakland’s Psychedelic Science Conference

No, you’re not hallucinating-it’s true. The Psychedelic Science Conference is returning to the East Bay this month with more than three days of events and programming that explores the latest in psychedelic drug research. The conference, happening April 21st-23rd at the Oakland Marriott City Center,…

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100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

World-renowned cultural destination and one of the best urban green spaces in North America, Yerba Buena Gardens, is also home to the 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. This year’s festival includes 100 programs, including music, theater, circus, dance, poetry readings and children’s activities. The…

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An Unlikely Sight: Horseback Riding Trial Period Begins in Golden Gate Park & McLaren Park

An Unlikely Sight: Horseback Riding Trial Period Begins in Golden Gate Park & McLaren Park

If you love horses anywhere near as much as Tina from Bob’s Burgers, then you’ll be interested to know that the SF Recreation and Parks recently began offering horseback rides to the public. For the next two months expect to see these horses in Golden Gate…

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Where to Find the 20 Best Farmers’ Markets in San Francisco

Where to Find the 20 Best Farmers’ Markets in San Francisco

SF has so many places that offer fresh local produce that it’s possible to visit a different famers’ market nearly every day of the week. Beyond shopping for fruits and veggies, some of these community gatherings offer cooking demonstrations, free tastings, and even live music….

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5 San Francisco Brands that Embody the Cozy-Comfort Trend ‘Hygge’

5 San Francisco Brands that Embody the Cozy-Comfort Trend ‘Hygge’

Hygge, the Danish-born word turned international phenomenon, exploded sometime in 2016 and is still going strong this year. As explained in the New Yorker, hygge, pronounced “hoo-guh,” has no direct translation in English, though “cozy” comes close. It derives from a sixteenth-century Norwegian term, hugga, meaning…

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