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SantaCon Makes San Francisco’s Naughty List

SantaCon Makes San Francisco’s Naughty List

San Francisco Recreation and Parks recently denied a permit request by the organizers of SantaCon, who requested amplified sound to host costume contests and a singalong for this year’s event. This caused a stir that the annual tradition had been cancelled. But that’s not the…

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Paul van Dyk Plays Pre-Thanksgiving Party at 1015 Folsom

Paul van Dyk Plays Pre-Thanksgiving Party at 1015 Folsom

1015 Folsom, Stamina, & TranceFamily SF presents Paul van Dyk, with Goldie playing the basement. It’s a pre-Thanksgiving party; and since you’ve got the next day off, the party goes until 4am! The upcoming tour comes ahead of the release of van Dyk’s ninth studio…

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Cocoa, Beer and BBQ Come Together at Dandelion’s 12 Nights of Chocolate

Cocoa, Beer and BBQ Come Together at Dandelion’s 12 Nights of Chocolate

If you love chocolate, you must have heard of Dandelion Chocolate’s 12 Nights of Chocolate, a series of events inviting chefs to craft chocolate-centric meals for a good cause, donating all proceedings to the SF-Marine Food Bank. Many of the highly coveted meals are already sold out,…

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Rosanne Cash and Ry Cooder Perform the Music of Johnny Cash in San Francisco

Rosanne Cash and Ry Cooder Perform the Music of Johnny Cash in San Francisco

Here’s a unique opportunity to experience the music of Johnny Cash as performed by his daughter Rosanne Cash and acclaimed guitarist Ry Cooder. The War Memorial Opera House will be the stage on December 5th and 6th – tickets for the show on the 5th…

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SF Sketchfest 2019 Lineup Announced: Margaret Cho, Adam Savage, Carol Burnett, Jenny Slate, Reggie Watts, David Cross

SF Sketchfest 2019 Lineup Announced: Margaret Cho, Adam Savage, Carol Burnett, Jenny Slate, Reggie Watts, David Cross

Since its founding by David Owen, Cole Stratton, and Janet Varney in 2001, SF Sketchfest has been the place for local and big-time talent alike to showcase their unique and hilarious comedy stylings. Including sketch, improv, podcast recordings, live-readings, film screenings, music, surprise celebrity cameos,…

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Welcome Winter with a Cozy Danish Pop Up at Baana

Welcome Winter with a Cozy Danish Pop Up at Baana

Baana, the serene event space on the intersection of Nob Hill and Chinatown, started its Made In pop-up series earlier this year, showcasing finds and artisans from Tunisia, Mexico and beyond. This time around, just in time for the winter holidays, the organizers – Baana’s…

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Father/Daughter Records & BFF.fm Team Up to Host Local Music Showcase

Father/Daughter Records & BFF.fm Team Up to Host Local Music Showcase

Two local organizations, eight-year-old record label Father/Daughter and Mission district radio station BFF.fm, are co-hosting a showcase of four bands at The Independent on December 13th. Alternative act Pllush, croony San Francisco rockers SOAR, post-punk group Pardoner, and singer-songwriter Rose Droll are each performing at…

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A New Normal: How to Help, Stories of the California Wildfires, Useful Links

A New Normal: How to Help, Stories of the California Wildfires, Useful Links

It’s an unfortunate reality that fires have become larger and deadlier than than ever in California… Longer term solutions are needed but now is the time to mobilize. Thousands of fellow Northern Californian’s lives have been turned upside down. – – – – – How…

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Auto Show at Moscone, TED Talks, Kevin Hart, West Coast Craft, Hip Hop Dance Fest, Dirtybird Dolby Atmos Set

Auto Show at Moscone, TED Talks, Kevin Hart, West Coast Craft, Hip Hop Dance Fest, Dirtybird Dolby Atmos Set

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. French Cassettes Friday at The Chapel BUY TICKETS SF International Hip Hop DanceFest Friday – Sunday at Palace of Fine Arts BUY…

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National Geographic’s Stunning Performance Returns to the Bay Area

National Geographic’s Stunning Performance Returns to the Bay Area

Symphony for Our World returns in 2019. The performance pairs National Geographic’s visually amazing natural footage with original symphonic works composed by Bleeding Fingers Music, performed live by a full orchestra and choir. The performance pairs the beauty of nature with the power of sound, and…

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The Tunnel Tops: A Place to Come Together, Be Inspired and Play

The Tunnel Tops: A Place to Come Together, Be Inspired and Play

When base realignment in 1994 led to the closure of the Presidio as a military facility, a seed for what the Presidio could be was planted. Over the years since then, that seed has become a vision. First Crissy Field was remade into a natural…

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An All-Star Tribute to “The King” with Jello Biafra, Ben Fong-Torres, Elvis Herselvis

An All-Star Tribute to “The King” with Jello Biafra, Ben Fong-Torres, Elvis Herselvis

It’s all Elvis, all night at the Make-Out Room, with the San Francisco Elvis All-Stars. But wait, some of the younger folk might say, “Well, who’s Elvis?” Duh, Elvis Presley, was only the legendary singer who caused a cultural break with the past and introduced…

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