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The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

Camp Dirtybird is upon us! It’s time to solidify those carpool plans and put the finishing touches on your totems because we’re heading back to adult summer camp this weekend. This all-star lineup is stacked with all your Dirtybird crew favorites like Claude Von Stroke,…

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5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

The Mill Valley Film Festival is one of our northerly neighbor’s most exciting cinematic events, drawing bigger and bigger names each year. This time around, the festival is happening on October 5-15th and promising indie queen Greta Gerwig, a Sean Penn tribute and much more. And…

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We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

This Saturday, the Litquake Literary Festival returns to locations all across the Bay for five-days of storytelling with voices in poetry, non-fiction, fiction and film. Authors and artists from literally all over the globe will come together to serenade inquiring minds with musings on community…

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10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

With Halloween landing on a Tuesday this year, there will be a ton of parties through the weekend and spilling out onto Monday and Tuesdays. Between costume changes, or if you’re one to just straight opt out of all that party noise and want to…

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Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Unfortunately, these days, it’s rare to not hear about another San Francisco creative space that’s in danger of disappearing. It’s an all too familiar story for many artists across the Bay, as studios and other venues for radical experimentation have slowly folded in the wake…

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Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Wildewhere has been entertaining McLaren Park visitors throughout the summer and is about to close out this year’s season with two of their biggest gatherings: the Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival, followed by the McLaren Park Metal Music Festival. Those seeking a little less “hardly” and a…

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Here’s Why SF Wants to Rename Justin Herman Plaza

Here’s Why SF Wants to Rename Justin Herman Plaza

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors recently approved a resolution to rename Justin Herman Plaza and the city’s Recreation and Park Commission now has the authority to either make or break the final decision. Before rushing to a decision, it’s best to understand the historical background…

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Plans Revealed for Enormous Waterfront Development in Potrero

Plans Revealed for Enormous Waterfront Development in Potrero

Cleanup is currently underway at the industrial area surrounding the old Potrero Power Plant site and adjacent shoreline. Draft plans were recently created and unveiled for a 29-acre Central Waterfront site at 1201 Illinois Street (bounded by Illinois, the Bay, 22nd and 23rd Streets). This…

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Beloved Owner of ‘Gus’s Community Market’ Killed In Bayview Hit-And-Run

Beloved Owner of ‘Gus’s Community Market’ Killed In Bayview Hit-And-Run

Konstantinos “Gus” Vardakastanis, the grocer known for his family-run grocery stores in San Francisco, was killed early this morning after a hit-and-run in the Bayview. Over thirty years ago, Vardakastianis started a humble grocery store with his wife. They’ve since established three locations and touched the…

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London’s Tastemaker Collective is Hosting a Dinner Series & ‘Nightclub for Food Lovers’ Event in SF

London’s Tastemaker Collective is Hosting a Dinner Series & ‘Nightclub for Food Lovers’ Event in SF

The San Francisco food scene is peppered with events and festivals as it is, and this October it’s about to get even hotter. The London-based Tastemaker Collective is coming to San Francisco with its U.S. debut. From September 26-October 1, the collective, from the organizers of Taste Festivals…

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Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Marina district nightclub MatrixFillmore closed earlier this year for a remodel, and has reopened as a low-key cocktail bar and changed back to its original name, Matrix. Famous live shows took place inside this venue, with performances spanning Bob Marley to The Velvet Underground. The Matrix…

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Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Tomorrow is the third in a series of four evening events dubbed, Commons on 3rd Thursdays. The community event converts the Civic Center public areas into a fun environment for all ages with music, activities, food, and drink options. This new initiative is thanks to a…

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