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Tsunami Bomb Bursts Back onto the Scene with New Look, Sold Out Show at Bottom of the Hill

Tsunami Bomb Bursts Back onto the Scene with New Look, Sold Out Show at Bottom of the Hill

Bay Area punk rockers, Tsunami Bomb are known for their high-energy shows fronted by a duo of female rockers. Now, they are back at it after a decade-plus hiatus, and with a rejuvenated lineup. They are playing their first Bay Area show since reuniting, and to…

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Oakland Museum of California Takes a Deep Dive into Hip-Hop Culture & History

Oakland Museum of California Takes a Deep Dive into Hip-Hop Culture & History

The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) has identified hip-hop as one of the most influential cultural and social movements of the last 50 years and has made it the central focus of their upcoming exhibition. RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom, opening in March, takes a look at hip-hop…

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5 Gorgeous Galentine’s Day Brunch Spots

5 Gorgeous Galentine’s Day Brunch Spots

When did Galentine’s become such a mainstay? Hard to tell, but the fun occasion is kind of genius. There’s no better way to respond to the cheesiest, most officially ‘romantic’ day of the year than gathering your girlfriends and spending some quality time together. The best…

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Bloggers of the Bay Area: Aimless Walks & Fancy Coffee with Aimee Rancer (Western Addition & NOPA)

Bloggers of the Bay Area: Aimless Walks & Fancy Coffee with Aimee Rancer (Western Addition & NOPA)

Originally from Ohio, Aimee Rancer of the Ohio Transplant brings a cool, effortless tone to the local blogging scene. Approachable, smiley and proudly ginger, Rancer loves to try local spots and support affordable brands, when she’s not flying around the country as a strategist for…

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5 SF Bay Area Date Night Combos that Rekindle the Classic ‘Dinner & a Movie’ Concept

5 SF Bay Area Date Night Combos that Rekindle the Classic ‘Dinner & a Movie’ Concept

A dinner and a movie. It’s the classy combo that came before Netflix and chill, the ’90s recipe of a perfect date, and still as relevant as ever. And why not? For fresh daters, it’s an opportunity to dating in stride with a conversation-filled dinner…

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From Romantic to Raunchy: 4 Ways to Really Heat Up V-Day

From Romantic to Raunchy: 4 Ways to Really Heat Up V-Day

It’s almost like you can feel the reservation books filling up. Valentines Day is upon us again, giving way to days spent brainstorming new and improved ways to pull at your lover’s heartstrings. However, if you aren’t particularly fond of showy displays of affection enforced by greeting…

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Lunch on Us: Ike’s Love and Sandwiches

Lunch on Us: Ike’s Love and Sandwiches

We’re giving away lunch (for two) every month in 2018! February’s lunch is… Ike’s Sandwiches, the local spot loved by all! Bring a friend and enjoy one of Ike’s funky locally-themed specialties, like the Danny Glover (vegan breaded chicken) or the Chased & Confused (flaming…

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7 Top Picks from the Upcoming Noise Pop Festival

7 Top Picks from the Upcoming Noise Pop Festival

For the 26th consecutive year, Noise Pop hosts a week-long festival with more than a hundred performers, including local and national acts, across over 25 different Bay Area venues from February 19–25. In short, there’s a hell of a lot happening! To get ready for this…

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Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

Q&A with Nerd Nite SF: Community, Drinks, Nerding Out & Learning a Thing

On the third Wednesday of every month, Nerd Nite (NNSF) returns in all its nerd-filled glory. Each month, Rickshaw Stop becomes the City’s go-to place to hear speakers break down an endless number of topics—everything from spider courtship to the Martian magnetosphere, to flute making,…

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19 Free Fat Tuesday Parties Taking Over the Mission

19 Free Fat Tuesday Parties Taking Over the Mission

To kick off its 40th anniversary season of SF Carnaval events, different venues across the city will host 19 free Mardis Gras Fat Tuesday celebrations on Tuesday, February 13. These Fat Tuesday events are the pre-parties a few months prior to the annual two–day festival…

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The Cartoon Art Museum is Back in Full Force: Expanded Programming & Guest Speaker Nick Park (Early Man, Wallace & Gromit)

The Cartoon Art Museum is Back in Full Force: Expanded Programming & Guest Speaker Nick Park (Early Man, Wallace & Gromit)

Most major cities have a modern art museum, but it’s not a given that they will also have a Cartoon Art Museum. San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum is a rare gem that, after three years without a permanent home, has now hit the ground running…

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Fixed-Gear Bike Purists Get Their Swerve On with ClickDark’s Bay-Centric ‘Fixie Rap’ Music Vids

Fixed-Gear Bike Purists Get Their Swerve On with ClickDark’s Bay-Centric ‘Fixie Rap’ Music Vids

Centered around the sleek and sexy fixed-gear bikes, “fixie” culture shows no signs of slowing down. These bikes have no freewheel (meaning you can’t coast) and often have no brakes (yes, even in hilly San Francisco). But the minimalist bike model has a ton of style and gets…

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