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Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Slide into summer with a splash of color by experiencing the return of the psychedelic combination of large-scale light art with live music inside Golden Gate Park at the iconic Conservatory of Flowers. On June 20, the City’s Recreation and Parks Department will host a…

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‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

The Oakland art and music scene will be heading to Richmond on June 16th for the sixth edition of FEELS, a music and art exhibition celebrating the creativity of the Bay Area and beyond. Filling 45,000 square feet of the Craneway Pavilion, FEELS6 is sure to…

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The Refugee Food Festival is Landing in San Francisco: Celebrating Cooking & Hospitality Across Cultures

The Refugee Food Festival is Landing in San Francisco: Celebrating Cooking & Hospitality Across Cultures

San Francisco is no stranger to the refugee topic, from the recent debates on its sanctuary city status to the way refugee and immigrant chefs are an embedded part of the community. It’s hardly a coincidence, then, that the Refugee Food Festival, an initiative in partnership with…

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FREE Event: 2018 Fillmore Jazz Festival to Pay Tribute to Bay Area Jazz from the ’90s

FREE Event: 2018 Fillmore Jazz Festival to Pay Tribute to Bay Area Jazz from the ’90s

The free and always-fun Fillmore Jazz Festival returns for the 34th consecutive two-day celebration of Bay Area and national jazz acts. This year, the festival focuses on ’90s throwbacks, paying tribute to the success of San Francisco’s music scene during that time. Fillmore Jazz Festival…

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San Francisco Pride Week Events Calendar

San Francisco Pride Week Events Calendar

June is officially Pride month and there’s an incredible array of fun and unique events to celebrate this year’s theme “Generations of Strength.” Discover some of the many activities happening in the SF Bay Area during the SF Pride Parade and Celebration weekend below. THURSDAY,…

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Outside Lands Daily Lineup Announced, Single-Day Tickets on Sale Soon

Outside Lands Daily Lineup Announced, Single-Day Tickets on Sale Soon

Now that more than two months have passed since the 2018 Outside Lands music lineup announcement, organizers for the three-day festival shared which artists will be performing on each day. In additional, single-day general admission and single-day VIP tickets will go on sale Thursday, June…

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‘Festival of the Impossible’ New Media, Augmented & Virtual Reality Art Showcase Lands at Minnesota Street Project

‘Festival of the Impossible’ New Media, Augmented & Virtual Reality Art Showcase Lands at Minnesota Street Project

Immersive art is all around us, whether you like it or not. If you happen to have exhausted all of the angles at the Museum of Ice Cream, or you already crossed the latest inflatable exhibit at the Exploratorium off your bucket list and crave…

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“Prince Pre Fame” Photo Exhibit On View in Lower Haight

“Prince Pre Fame” Photo Exhibit On View in Lower Haight

Family Affair in Lower Haight is honoring Prince and his musical legacy with a special photo exhibit this month, featuring rare photos of Prince before he was famous, by photographer Robert Whitman. Family Affair, a new art gallery space dedicated to music-related art, design, photography,…

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Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano, now in its 4th year, returns to Golden Gate Park with twelve pianos strategically placed amongst 55 acres of beautiful gardens. The San Francisco Botanical Garden’s Flower Piano extravaganza takes place for twelve days, July 5th to the 16th, and gives the public…

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Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

If catching an old school movie favorite while at the beach sounds dreamy, it might be time for a quick trip down to Santa Cruz. Between June 20th and August 15th, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is offering free movies on the beach every Wednesday night…

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A Bank For Weed Shops? Potentially Coming Soon to California

A Bank For Weed Shops? Potentially Coming Soon to California

A bill was passed by the Senate this week which will allow licensed pot shops to open and use savings and checking accounts in their large transactions rather than using cash like they are currently required to. The bill was brought forward by Senator Robert Hertzberg,…

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June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Summer is here so let the festivals begin! There are experimental films, documentaries, and some romantic dramas. Only a few teasers will be featured here because really, to make the most out of a festival it takes a little research. That’s especially true when your options…

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