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Where to Eat, Drink and Sleep Near AT&T Park
By Matt Crawford (Oct 23, 2012)
For the second time since 2010, San Francisco will host the World Series as the San Francisco Giants take on the Detroit Tigers for the MLB championship. More
The Best Places to Watch in SF
By Anhoni Patel (Jun 7, 2010)
The FIFA World Cup runs from June 11th through July 11th, and thousands of fans across San Francisco will have their eyes glued to television sets. Well, SF Station has your back. Here is a short-list of the best places to watch the World Cup around SF. More
A Guide for Free Summer Fun
By Rachel Brodsky (May 20, 2010)
If you’re on the lookout for fun, frugal summertime activities while the rest of the world waits for the economy to pick up, San Francisco is home to a variety of free outdoor street fairs. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Sep 10, 2009)
The Library of Congress welcomes hundreds of authors from across the country to the National Mall, where the National Book Festival has been held every year for the last nine years. At the festival there will be all varieties of genre “pavilions,” where nationally recognized authors will present their work. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Sep 10, 2009)
The Adams Morgan Day Festival is a diversity-conscious Washington DC street festival, featuring music, food, cultural activities, art, dance and more. First held in 1978, the festival takes place in DC's Adams Morgan neighborhood, on 18th Street NW between Columbia Rd and Florida Ave NW. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Sep 2, 2009)
Milwaukee’s Indian Summer Festival is something of a last hurrah for summertime’s warmth and freewheeling spirit. In addition to its Native American theme, the Festival features customary fare, such as a roster of musicians to perform on multiple stages, Native American and traditional festival food, arts & crafts, and an emphasis on Native American history. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Aug 31, 2009)
There’s no doubt about it: Memphis residents are fiercely proud of their town’s strong music background. Not only is Memphis the King of Rock’s (yes, Elvis) birthplace and Graceland’s permanent home, but Memphis culture also spawned the long-running careers and reputations of country crooner Johnny Cash and countrified-pop pianist Jerry Lee Lewis. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Aug 27, 2009)
In every city there lies a unique culture, which is often reflected in art galleries, fashion design, music and architecture. The city of St. Louis is no different, and particularly favors art culture, celebrated every year at the St. Louis Art Festival in the heart of Clayton's Central Business District. More
By Rachel Brodsky (Aug 20, 2009)
As one of the nation’s oldest and most well loved festivals, Bumbershoot has been a cultural institution, starting in 1971 at the Seattle Center and currently in its 39th year. The festival is held every Labor Day weekend and is named for the colloquial term that joins the words “umbrella” and “parachute.” More
By Rachel Brodsky (Aug 17, 2009)
Bats may not seem like a typical subject for a festival, but the Milwaukee County Zoo has hosted the Great Lakes Bat Festival for over seven years. The Great Lakes Bat Festival is sponsored by the Organization for Bat Conservation and will be held over the weekend of August 28-29th and will include educational events, lectures from bat experts, and a family BBQ. More
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