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Lunch on Us: Mixt

Lunch on Us: Mixt

We’re giving away lunch (for two) every month in 2018! October’s lunch is… Mixt, locally-sourced salads, sandwiches and grain bowls – founded right here in SF in 2005! Enter below to win a $40 gift card to Mixt – winner will be announced November 15th.

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An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

Meet the first Chief Photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, Baron Wolman, this Friday, October 19th, during a special event at Hotel Zeppelin. Ten of his original photographs will be on display and Wolman will lead an exclusive presentation of his work at the first Woodstock….

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Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower is a San Francisco landmark. On October 8th, it turned 85 years old and was recently granted the title of being a “nationally significant” historic location on the National Register of Historic Places. Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy philanthropist, was known for her love…

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5 Local Cook Books to Live By

5 Local Cook Books to Live By

With fall upon us, you might soon feel a faint desire to engage with cookbooks; gift them, cozy up with them on the sofa, and, who knows, maybe even cook. Being the official back-to-the-kitchen season, fall is always brimming with new print offerings, from ambitious…

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Hue Nightclub’s Claims Against the SFPD Brought to Light

Hue Nightclub’s Claims Against the SFPD Brought to Light

For the past few years, Hue Nightclub claims that it has been the target of an ongoing campaign by the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to close or bankrupt the club. This explosive accusation coincides with a civil-rights lawsuit recently filed by Bennett Montoya, the…

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Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Each year, organizers of Burning Man select a theme to inspire creative, experimental, and interactive contributions in mediums like sculpture, buildings, performance, and art cars. The 2019 theme has been chosen. It will be Metamorphoses. The Burning Man community explores artistic self-expression. Participation and talent…

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Red Bull Heavy Water, Treasure Island, Witchcraft Film Fest, Brews on the Bay, Milkshake Happy Hour, North by North Lobster

Red Bull Heavy Water, Treasure Island, Witchcraft Film Fest, Brews on the Bay, Milkshake Happy Hour, North by North Lobster

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Thick Milkshake Happy Hour – Free Friday at BiteUnite SF – (complimentary glass of Wild Oak Ranch or Fort Point beer) Far…

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La Cocina Street Food Festival is a Celebration of Female Chefs

La Cocina Street Food Festival is a Celebration of Female Chefs

La Cocina, the non-profit that helped launch the careers of Nite Yun and Heena Patel, is throwing its annual street food festival this weekend. The lineup is women-centric, with 90% of the participants representing the Bay Area’s community of female chefs. The festival poses some difficult choices,…

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Abstract Table Serves Picture-Perfect Food in Oakland

Abstract Table Serves Picture-Perfect Food in Oakland

When Duchess, the stylish Rockridge eatery, closed unexpectedly at the beginning of the year, many were surprised and saddened. Now, chefs Andrew Greene and Duncan Kwitkor are back, with a series of creative dinners hosted at Oakland’s Gastropig Bar. View this post on Instagram Beef cheek,…

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Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

MUTEK San Francisco is gearing up for their second live festival event; which includes audio and visual art pieces from participants all over the U.S. And they’re inviting artists to send in their submissions for a chance to be featured at the next Bay Area festival,…

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Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

On October 24th, the landmark market, Bi-Rite, will open a new café kiosk in Civic Center Plaza. Bi-Rite approved food and beverages will be priced for every budget and the location adjacent to The Helen Diller Civic Center Playgrounds will make it a convenient gathering…

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10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

It’s that time of year again; ghouls, ghosts, costumes, candy, and of course all things spooky—it’s Halloween! We’re already getting excited for the big day and put together a little slideshow with artists whose work celebrates October 31st all year round. Check out the eerily…

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