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Pop-Up Magazine Returns to Oakland with Thought-Provoking Lineup of Guests

Pop-Up Magazine Returns to Oakland with Thought-Provoking Lineup of Guests

Pop-Up Magazine, the hugely successful live show, is returning with its spring issue at Oakland’s Paramount Theater on Thursday, May 10th. Always measuring the nation’s pulse, the upcoming show will deliver Pop-Up Magazine’s potent cocktail of politically aware glances, humorist human interest vignettes, and artful performances. The…

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StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

Creativity and art are bursting at the seams this month in San Francisco, but we can all agree this is a common occurrence here. So much so that some events offer events within events. For example, In/Visible Talks is offering two events with the non-profit art…

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World-Famous DJ Avicii Passes Away at 28

World-Famous DJ Avicii Passes Away at 28

Tim Bergling, best known as Avicii, who was a Swedish musician, DJ, remixer and record producer, passes away at 28 years old. The Grammy-nominated artist had headlined shows throughout the world and collaborated with many artists along the way, including Madonna. His song “Wake Me Up” remains…

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The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

Tiki bars have always been fun, escapist and delightfully kitschy—and this year they’re getting the foodie makeover they deserve. First came the Kon Tiki in Oakland, offering elevated bites with its over the top cocktails. Now the latest in Tiki action in San Francisco is newcomer…

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Record Store Day 2018: 15 Surprises & Top Picks

Record Store Day 2018: 15 Surprises & Top Picks

This year, Record Store Day (RSD) celebrates the 11th consecutive year of recognizing music, musicians, and independent record stores worldwide. On April 21, thousands of vinyl record shops will offer one-day-only special releases from both old and new artists, including legendary names, iconic live performances,…

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Clusterfest Expands 2018 Lineup: Wu-Tang Clan, John Mulaney, Nick Kroll & More

Clusterfest Expands 2018 Lineup: Wu-Tang Clan, John Mulaney, Nick Kroll & More

Organizers for the second annual comedy and music festival known as Clusterfest announced additions to the 2018 lineup, including the Wu-Tang Clan, T-Pain, John Mulaney, and Nick Kroll. Also recently added to this year’s three-day event are Jeff Ross, Bianca Del Rio, Michael Rapaport (recording…

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Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

While AT&T Park has proven to have plenty of foodie options within its premises, if you want to celebrate a victory after the next Giants game, or catch up around a table, then you’ll need to search the neighborhood. Luckily, Mission Bay and the streets around…

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

The Maker Faire returns to the Bay Area with over 1,200 curated projects—spanning music, art, science, health, robotics, and the latest in imaginative inventions—May 18th through the 20th at the San Mateo County Event Center. If you want to see out-of-the-box innovation, wild ideas become tangible objects, and inanimate…

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Mission Crit 5: A Race With A Purpose

Mission Crit 5: A Race With A Purpose

The Mission Crit bicycle race is gearing up for its 5th year of competition on April 21. Along with being a race that’s focused around inclusivity and increasing diversity among its community of cyclists, the race is totally free for spectators. The Mission Crit races were…

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Papa Lu Brings SF Underground to Barbados, Talks Kazbah & New Party Series ‘No Place Like Home’

Papa Lu Brings SF Underground to Barbados, Talks Kazbah & New Party Series ‘No Place Like Home’

Word has just begun to spread across the globe about Vujaday, a first-year, destination festival and experience “like nothing you’ve ever seen or felt before.” What felt like an impressive turnout in company, looked like one thousand sun seeking Vuja-ttendees hailing from far and away—Toronto, Boston, Australia, South Africa, even…

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The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide

The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide

San Francisco is one of the best places to celebrate 420. SF Bay Area venues and public parks are hosting stoner-friendly performances and gatherings in the days around the marijuana holiday, setting the mood for some stoney festivities, beyond the annual Hippie Hill gathering. Here’s…

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Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Spring in San Francisco means festival season has officially arrived. From April through October, a variety of free events are held in neighborhoods throughout the city.     APRIL April 14-22: Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival For two weekends, Japantown welcomes spring with the Northern…

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