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SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

  Just when you thought you’ve exhausted your Netflix list, for reals this time, there’s a whole other on-demand video platform to indulge in…free of charge to SF Public Library card members. Kanopy’s curated collection of more than 30,000 films, including movies and documentaries from award-winning filmmakers,…

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San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

Each Halloween in the Bay Area, we face a frightening amount of hell-raising ragers to turn us all into zombies, stiff-legging through the following work week. And this is one of those glorious years where we find the weekend’s festivities of All Hallow’s Eve preceding the actual holiday…

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On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

Britain’s Jamie Oliver once called mushrooms ‘nature’s steak’. Vegetarians have been relying on them for ages, and no pizza or comforting pasta dish is complete without them. And come fall, they’re popping everywhere, ready to soak up delicious sauces and adorn creamy polentas. This versatile ingredient which, along…

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Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

San Francisco is experiencing Red Level air quality today due to the wildfires in the North Bay. Red Level air quality means the air is unhealthy. There are other levels that are worse, with “very unhealthy” and “hazardous” topping the charts, but it’s worth noting. SF…

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5 Gorgeous New San Francisco Boutiques to Get You Ready for Fall

5 Gorgeous New San Francisco Boutiques to Get You Ready for Fall

As Fall 2017 fashion finds its way into the stores, the weather in San Francisco couldn’t be more indecisive, always playing by its own rules. But even if ‘fall’ is a fuzzy term in the local dictionary, the season always brings on a back-to-the-grind routine and…

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9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

If you are looking for more family-friendly pumpkin patches to the scarier haunted house variety, then we have you covered. Here is a list of some of the best attractions for this Halloween season. Pumpkin Patches in the San Francisco Bay Area Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch 1620 7th…

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The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

Camp Dirtybird is upon us! It’s time to solidify those carpool plans and put the finishing touches on your totems because we’re heading back to adult summer camp this weekend. This all-star lineup is stacked with all your Dirtybird crew favorites like Claude Von Stroke,…

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5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

The Mill Valley Film Festival is one of our northerly neighbor’s most exciting cinematic events, drawing bigger and bigger names each year. This time around, the festival is happening on October 5-15th and promising indie queen Greta Gerwig, a Sean Penn tribute and much more. And…

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We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

This Saturday, the Litquake Literary Festival returns to locations all across the Bay for five-days of storytelling with voices in poetry, non-fiction, fiction and film. Authors and artists from literally all over the globe will come together to serenade inquiring minds with musings on community…

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10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

With Halloween landing on a Tuesday this year, there will be a ton of parties through the weekend and spilling out onto Monday and Tuesdays. Between costume changes, or if you’re one to just straight opt out of all that party noise and want to…

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Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Unfortunately, these days, it’s rare to not hear about another San Francisco creative space that’s in danger of disappearing. It’s an all too familiar story for many artists across the Bay, as studios and other venues for radical experimentation have slowly folded in the wake…

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Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Wildewhere has been entertaining McLaren Park visitors throughout the summer and is about to close out this year’s season with two of their biggest gatherings: the Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival, followed by the McLaren Park Metal Music Festival. Those seeking a little less “hardly” and a…

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