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Childish Gambino, Oktoberfest, Free Champagne, Renaissance Faire, Outdoor Film Night at Dolores Park, SF Open Studios

Childish Gambino, Oktoberfest, Free Champagne, Renaissance Faire, Outdoor Film Night at Dolores Park, SF Open Studios

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Oktoberfest by the Bay Friday – Sunday at Pier 48 BUY TICKETS BlackGummy (Open to Close Set) Friday at Audio BUY TICKETS…

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5 Decadent German Restaurants to Welcome Oktoberfest

5 Decadent German Restaurants to Welcome Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest, the joyful Bavarian festival celebrating all things beer and community, is starting on September 22nd and will run until October 7th. Originating in 1810 as a celebration to mark the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig’s marriage to Princess Therese,  the festival historically ran through October, but later has…

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5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

Filmmaker Spike Lee will be a guest of honor in San Francisco next week, as he gives an in-depth onstage conversation about his career and creative process, followed by a screening of his latest film, BlacKkKlansman. For Spike Lee’s film, he is struck by the current and impossible-to-ignore prevalence of…

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East Coast Company Luke’s Lobster is Opening an SF Location, But First, the Pop-Up

East Coast Company Luke’s Lobster is Opening an SF Location, But First, the Pop-Up

Expanding fast-casual chains of sustainable seafood are one of the year’s biggest trends, and the Bay Area isn’t being skipped. Pacific Catch just opened a new Walnut Creek outpost, and we won’t be surprised if Hashtag Poki announced a new branch. And now, Luke’s Lobster, a Maine-based…

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FREE Event: Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Celebrates 50 Years with Cross-Cultural Music Fest

FREE Event: Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Celebrates 50 Years with Cross-Cultural Music Fest

Berkeley cultural institution and not-for-profit organization Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse wants to thank the local community for 50 years of support by hosting a free festival this Saturday. The block party style event will host music inside and outside the coffeehouse on three stages, along…

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Photos From Rolling Loud Bay Area: Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert

Photos From Rolling Loud Bay Area: Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert

The NorCal edition of the popular Hip Hop Festival was this past weekend outside the Oakland Coliseum and we’ve gathered a few of the best images here:   See the full 500 image set from our photographer Abe Coloma in our gallery at: https://photos.sfstation.com/Music/Rolling-Loud-Festival-2018

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A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

An immersive, circus-infused, scandalous, and historic dinner-theater experience is coming to downtown Oakland this month. The Soiled Dove, inspired by the Bay Area’s notorious Gold Rush & Barbary Coast era, kicks off September 28, with shows every Friday and Saturday evenings through November 17. The…

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Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

For some, Pop Up Magazine is synonymous with the changing seasons. For its Fall 2018 installment, the multi-dimensional show—which brings to life a “live magazine” concept, featuring a night filled with “true stories about the fascinating world around us”—will entertain San Francisco, not for two,…

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National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic photographer and award-winning photojournalist Brian Skerry is bringing the public into his fascinating underwater world with Art/Act: Brian Skerry – SHARKS, a new in-depth exhibition at Berkeley’s David Brower Center. The exhibition will include a collection of large-scale images and videos, and Skerry himself will be…

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Free SF Museum Day, Do-Over Block Party, SF Giants Star Wars Day, Oakland’s Best Beer + Food, Slim’s 30th Anniversary

Free SF Museum Day, Do-Over Block Party, SF Giants Star Wars Day, Oakland’s Best Beer + Food, Slim’s 30th Anniversary

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. San Francisco Museum Free Day – Green Thursday Today from 5pm – 9pm at SFMOMA, YBCA, MOAD, Jewseum & More Eat Real…

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Ten of the Bay Area’s Top Pastry Chefs are Participating in this First Annual Bake Sale Benefit

Ten of the Bay Area’s Top Pastry Chefs are Participating in this First Annual Bake Sale Benefit

Carbs are known to have magical power over will and logic, so imagine what would happen if San Francisco’s best pastry chefs teamed up to seduce you with their best creations? Resistance is pointless. Bake the World a Better Place, the first annual benefit bake sale…

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15 Videos to Get You Hyped for Hip-Hop Music Festival ‘Rolling Loud Bay Area’

15 Videos to Get You Hyped for Hip-Hop Music Festival ‘Rolling Loud Bay Area’

For the second consecutive year, multi-city hip-hop music festival Rolling Loud will once again bring a star-studded lineup of rap titans, rising stars, and regional favorites to the Bay Area this month. Headlining the two-day event this year are notorious talents like Wiz Khalifa, Lil…

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