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Two Private SF Bay Area Colleges Close Due to Declining Enrollment

Two Private SF Bay Area Colleges Close Due to Declining Enrollment

By the end of this year, the Art Institute of California, San Francisco (not to be confused with San Francisco Art Institute), and Argosy University in Alameda will be closing campuses because of declining enrollment and students’ preferences for online learning. Students were blindsided by the…

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Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Among the food trends showering San Francisco, Filipino food has been, so far, a modest voice. With the upcoming Undiscovered night market, however, things are going to change. Returning for a second, much bigger season, on July 21st, the market will host a number of local chefs…

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San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

Love going out for some drinks with friends, but have that nagging guilt about having to leave your best friend and companion home alone? We’ve come up with a list of bars that offer a great atmosphere, and a safe place to bring your favorite…

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival Begins Sharing Music Medleys for 2018 Lineup

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival Begins Sharing Music Medleys for 2018 Lineup

It’s that time of year again when the organizers behind the free, BYOB, Fall music festival in Golden Gate Park, drop clues and tease who’ll be performing at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. The 18th annual festival is less than three months away, and yesterday the first…

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Contra Costa Venue Cancels Inaugural XO Music Festival

Contra Costa Venue Cancels Inaugural XO Music Festival

A new three-day event called the XO Music Festival has been canceled by officials from the Contra Costa Event Park, just days before the festival in Antioch was supposed to kick off. The status of the first-time event is unclear as it was scheduled to…

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Dark Horse Inn is the First to Receive a New SF Liquor License Specific to Outer SF Neighborhoods

Dark Horse Inn is the First to Receive a New SF Liquor License Specific to Outer SF Neighborhoods

Low-key Excelsior district watering hole and restaurant The Dark Horse Inn is the first local business to receive a brand new San Francisco-specific ‘Type 87’ liquor license from California’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The new licenses target outer San Francisco neighborhoods, permitting on-site sales of…

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Dirtybird Moves Annual West Coast Campout to Modesto Reservoir, Unveils 2018 Lineup

Dirtybird Moves Annual West Coast Campout to Modesto Reservoir, Unveils 2018 Lineup

San Francisco-based electronic label Dirtybird announced a new venue for the West Coast edition of the annual Campout, along with the full 2018 artist lineup. The two-day music and camping event will be going lakeside this fall at the Modesto Reservoir Campgrounds, headlined by the core Dirtybird…

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Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

The Asian Art Museum is hosting their first Pan-Asian and Asian American food festival at the museum, expanding on the nighttime museum experience except, this time, the galleries won’t be open and the focus will be on the culinary arts. The Hawker Centre Festival, coming our way on…

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National Mac & Cheese Day Done Right: Over 20 Dishes of the Mind-Melting Comfort Food in One Spot

National Mac & Cheese Day Done Right: Over 20 Dishes of the Mind-Melting Comfort Food in One Spot

Calling all lovers of everything cheesy and delicious! SPARK Social SF is celebrating National Mac ‘n Cheese Day (Saturday, July 14) with the Bay Area’s largest collection of food trucks and pop-up shops, offering a huge variety of delicious mac n’ cheese dishes all in one place….

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Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

The popular Union Square bar and restaurant Lefty O’Doul’s, unfortunately, closed back in January 2017 due to a dispute between the owner and his landlord with no return in sight. Fortunately, a little good news…the restaurant is expected to return but to a new location and…

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‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Finds Its West Coast Home at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which is the eighth installment of the Harry Potter series and the only part to be presented on a theater stage, is coming to the Curran Theatre in the fall of 2019. The play has already been making headlines…

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July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

While you’re planning your July 4th celebrations, also save time for some quality film time—including some tidbits of Americana. There are a few throwbacks to the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and tributes to PBS TV’s kid favorite Mister Rogers, as well as Saturday Night Live’s superstar…

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