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Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Maiden Lane, the chic, semi-hidden downtown alley, had seen a lot over the last couple of years. There was the talked-about Gwyneth Paltrow pop-up. The Chanel robbery. Numerous boutique openings. Now, as 2017 wraps up, it’s getting its first bar: Iron Horse Cocktails. The bar’s current location was…

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10 Family-Friendly Holiday Happenings in San Francisco

10 Family-Friendly Holiday Happenings in San Francisco

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, many of the holiday event organizers have already confirmed plans for upcoming end-of-year activities. Whether its ice skating or tree lighting, there are plenty of options for friends and families to check out and embrace that once-a-year holiday spirit. Here…

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Academy Award Winner & ‘Star Wars’ Model Maker Lorne Peterson Hosts Series at Exploratorium

Academy Award Winner & ‘Star Wars’ Model Maker Lorne Peterson Hosts Series at Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is introducing a new “Made for Movies” series with visual effects wizard Lorne Peterson. Peterson is an Academy Award-winning artist best-known for his work as a modeler for Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). He was originally hired by George Lucas back in 1975 and has…

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A Look at SFAI’s Colorful New Fort Mason Campus with 160 Art Studios for Students

A Look at SFAI’s Colorful New Fort Mason Campus with 160 Art Studios for Students

This past Friday, San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) opened their second campus location at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture (FMCAC). SFAI is ready to usher in a new era of artistic prowess and has reinvented the 67,000-square foot pier, formerly known as the Herbst…

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Riot Grrrl Miranda Morris on Keeping College Radio Alive and New KUSF Zine

Riot Grrrl Miranda Morris on Keeping College Radio Alive and New KUSF Zine

Known for being one of the first radio stations to play punk rock, local SF college station, KUSF, is keeping indie and alternative music alive and well. We recently sat down with KUSF’s manager, Miranda Morris, to learn more about this student run organization and…

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SF Sketchfest Lineup Announced: Over 200 Shows, Including Ricky Gervais, Dick Cavett, Jane Lynch

SF Sketchfest Lineup Announced: Over 200 Shows, Including Ricky Gervais, Dick Cavett, Jane Lynch

The 17th annual Sketchfest Comedy Festival returns to San Francisco in January with a long list of shows, including over 200 shows across 16 local venues and over 17 consecutive days. That’s a whole hell of a lot of laughs, provided by comedians from around…

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Seeking Input: How Should the City Use the Old SF Mint?

Seeking Input: How Should the City Use the Old SF Mint?

Since late in 2015, San Francisco and the California Historical Society have partnered to transform the Old Mint into a vibrant, sustainable place for history and culture. The city is seeking ideas from the local community for how to best use the “The Granite Lady,”…

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5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

It’s that time of year again; parents, aunts and distant cousins flock to town to celebrate Thanksgiving, then Christmas, then winter break and New Year’s Eve. They look up to you, the mighty local. Having lived in the city long enough, you’re now their unofficial tour…

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Beyond the Pumpkin Spice: 7 Holiday Arts & Craft Fairs that Take DIY to the Next Level

Beyond the Pumpkin Spice: 7 Holiday Arts & Craft Fairs that Take DIY to the Next Level

In the San Francisco Bay Area, there is always a DIY opportunity or a clever crafty thing to buy. But in November and December, when craft fair season is in full swing, things are guaranteed to go next-level. Here is our list of not-to-be-missed spots to find…

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Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Vibrant, gorgeous and openly gay, Kendall Chase just might be the quintessential San Francisco blogger. With 19,200 Instagram followers at @chasingkendall and a website full of stylish advise on anything from winter hoodies to hosting a party, Chase is the first guest of our new series…

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Honoring Harvey Milk: A Day of Remembrance, Illuminated Art Installation & Harvey Milk Plaza Re-Imagined

Honoring Harvey Milk: A Day of Remembrance, Illuminated Art Installation & Harvey Milk Plaza Re-Imagined

This week marks 40 years since the election of civil rights activist Harvey Milk, California’s first openly gay elected official, and San Francisco community leaders have big plans to commemorate the major milestone. This includes a large-scale, peaceful and positive public gathering set to take place…

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SFist, Gothamist & DNAinfo Shut Down, Years of Archived Articles Unavailable

SFist, Gothamist & DNAinfo Shut Down, Years of Archived Articles Unavailable

Joe Ricketts, CEO of DNAinfo and Gothamist (which includes SFist), announced they would be shutting down. The news came after a short-lived victory last week when the staff had unionized. While Ricketts maintains that this was a financially motivated decision, the sites were scrubbed clean making it next to…

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