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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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Showdown’s Last Stand, Beloved Local Bar Says Goodbye to Sixth Street

Showdown’s Last Stand, Beloved Local Bar Says Goodbye to Sixth Street

Showdown is a bar for locals. A place to stop in after work, then stay way too long and wake up the next day with some photo strips in your purse. It’s for folks that aren’t scared off by the rough Sixth Street location. The type…

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A Guide to the Weekend: Free Events for Mother’s Day, Music Nerd Outs, Wine Tasting & More

A Guide to the Weekend: Free Events for Mother’s Day, Music Nerd Outs, Wine Tasting & More

Don’t forget that this Sunday is Mother’s Day! If you got a card, good job! But you actually forgot to put in the mailbox? Hm. Okay, at least maybe give your mom a call. Maybe mail it anyways? It’s exciting to receive mail that isn’t bills…

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Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

With all the news in recent years about venues closing, it’s always fantastic to report about new venues opening. Better yet, the revival of one of the Bay Area’s historic music venues. Café du Nord, will officially return next month, with help from Noise Pop…

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Free Outdoor Film Nights in San Francisco Parks: La La Land, The Breakfast Club, Footloose and More

Free Outdoor Film Nights in San Francisco Parks: La La Land, The Breakfast Club, Footloose and More

Grab the popcorn and inflatable couch, it’s time for free movie nights in many of San Francisco’s most popular parks. For 15 years the Film Night in the Park series has invited more than 100,000 people to gather in Dolores Park, Union Square and Washington…

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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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Synchronicity, Stanley Kubrick and ‘The Shining: Backwards And Forwards’ Coming to the Roxie

Synchronicity, Stanley Kubrick and ‘The Shining: Backwards And Forwards’ Coming to the Roxie

So you think you already know The Shining inside and out? Well, what about backwards and forwards, superimposed onto itself? It’s been said that this movie was meant to be played in both directions and that there are uncanny synchronicities throughout, moments where the film aligns…

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A Guide to the Weekend: Free, Weird & Classic San Francisco Bay Area Happenings

A Guide to the Weekend: Free, Weird & Classic San Francisco Bay Area Happenings

Here’s what’s up for the weekend! Between the largest plant sale in the Bay Area going down in Golden Gate Park, a massive free outdoor hip-hop party in Berkeley, and a chic poolside party on Sunday, there will be plenty of opportunities to get some sunshine…

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2-Day Festival Aboard Alameda’s USS Hornet Headlined by Wiz-Khalifa & Wu-Tang

2-Day Festival Aboard Alameda’s USS Hornet Headlined by Wiz-Khalifa & Wu-Tang

Looking to party over Memorial Day weekend? A brand new two-day music festival called Ship Show is happening aboard the USS Hornet World War 2 aircraft carrier in Alameda. The event, presented by hip-hop show organizer Spekdrum, will have headline performances by Wiz Khalifa and…

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Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco: Ceviche, ‘Selena’ and New Restaurants to Try

Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco: Ceviche, ‘Selena’ and New Restaurants to Try

This year, Cinco de Mayo conveniently coexists with surprisingly high temperatures. As the sun shines and folks are out and about, you might end up wishing you made some plans for the occasion. Cinco de Mayo, which was originally a celebration to commemorate the Mexican…

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Local Cannabis Company Bloom Farms Donates 500,000th Meal to California Food Banks

Local Cannabis Company Bloom Farms Donates 500,000th Meal to California Food Banks

Bloom Farms, a San Francisco-based medical cannabis company, donated its 500,000th healthy meal to the state’s nonprofit food banks. The company has set a high bar for its charitable contributions and has put together a program in which, for every Bloom Farms product sold, the…

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