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8 Best NYE Music Events in SF for Under $100

8 Best NYE Music Events in SF for Under $100

While there are no shortage of New Year’s Eve options in San Francisco, the trick is finding an activity with the right amount of fun that won’t break the bank. To help those looking for cost-effective options, we put together a diverse list of eight…

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Mavericks Annual Perfect Day of Big Surf is Near

Mavericks Annual Perfect Day of Big Surf is Near

With wave warnings continuing this week, organizers of The Mavericks Challenge are closely monitoring the conditions. The annual big wave surfing competition nearly started on Monday, but surf conditions were too wild and unsafe. And as we’ve seen in years past, it’s possible that Mother…

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Outdoor Ice Skating for the Holidays

Outdoor Ice Skating for the Holidays

Love it or hate it, the holiday season has officially begun. And few outdoor activities say the holidays more than a crisp day on an outdoor rink. So, with holiday ice rinks having popped up all over the Bay Area, we put together a short…

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Michael Mina Brings a Bit of Hawaii to SF

Michael Mina Brings a Bit of Hawaii to SF

In San Francisco and beyond, the name Michael Mina needs no introduction. The head of MINA Group, which is responsible for local standouts like Pabu, The Ramen Bar and his namesake Michael Mina restaurant, Mina is a household name. But it’s been a while since…

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Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is as Reflective as it is Timely

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is as Reflective as it is Timely

Although the title of the film is Roma, it’s not named after the Italian city. Rather it’s named after the Mexico City neighborhood where director, Alfonso Cuarón grew up. European film influences are evident throughout; from the name that’s shared with the black & white Fellini classic, to…

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Crab Feast, Jamaican Brunch, Pinball Championship, Final Tormenta Tropical, Electro Swing Speakeasy, Thundercat

Crab Feast, Jamaican Brunch, Pinball Championship, Final Tormenta Tropical, Electro Swing Speakeasy, Thundercat

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Tormenta Tropical Finale w/ Los Rakas, Tittsworth & More Saturday at Elbo Room City Champ 7: Pinball Championship Saturday – Sunday at…

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The Midway Shares Big Plans for New Years and Beyond

The Midway Shares Big Plans for New Years and Beyond

Dogpatch stalwart, The Midway announced two big events for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. To preview the back-to-back celebratory gatherings, we spoke to the owner and founder Jeff Whitmore to learn more about upcoming plans at the space for the rest of this…

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OK Computer As You’ve Never Heard It at JCCSF

OK Computer As You’ve Never Heard It at JCCSF

At the time of Radiohead’s OK Computer release many music listeners in the United States didn’t know anything about the band. For some, The Bends came to mind. That album had made a big impression given its complexity and subtlety compared to their debut album,…

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Get in Free to PINKMAS at the Museum of Ice Cream

Get in Free to PINKMAS at the Museum of Ice Cream

Every Thursday of PINKMAS is dedicated to those who could use a little company – the first 350 guests that come alone getting in for free! So, even if your friends are lame and don’t want to come, you still can, and maybe make new…

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Anderson .Paak to Kickoff 2019 World Tour in SF

Anderson .Paak to Kickoff 2019 World Tour in SF

The extaordinary singer / rapper Anderson .Paak announced his two-month world tour, dubbed The Andy’s Beach Club Tour, will begin in San Francisco on February 11th at The Masonic. The 11-city string of Northern American shows will be followed by live appearances in Europe in…

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SantaCon is on, Jingle Beer Run, SF Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Silent Skate Party, Animal Collective, Kurt Vile

SantaCon is on, Jingle Beer Run, SF Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Silent Skate Party, Animal Collective, Kurt Vile

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Subatomic – A Post Punk/New Wave Happy Hour Friday at The Knockout Santacon San Francisco Saturday at Union Square Flaming Lotus Girls…

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50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 oil paintings from the late years of French impressionist Claude Monet’s life will make their way to the de Young Museum for three months in early 2019. The works of art come from public and private collections in Europe and Asia, some of which…

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