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Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photo highlights from the “World’s Largest Hip Hop Festival” Rolling Loud on Saturday October 21st at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. All photos by Abe Coloma.   See the entire gallery here. Performers on Saturday included: Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Playboi Carti,…

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San Francisco Steps into the E-Sport Arena with Professional Video Game Team ‘The Shock’

San Francisco Steps into the E-Sport Arena with Professional Video Game Team ‘The Shock’

Ladies and gentlemen, start your computers! The first-ever geographically based video-game league, the Overwatch League, has a new team. The San Francisco Shock are set to compete in a professional league later this year. Overwatch is a team-based online game with multiple players all getting…

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 18th Anniversary with Plans for New Mission Street Wine Bar

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 18th Anniversary with Plans for New Mission Street Wine Bar

Foreign Cinema recently held a fundraiser to celebrate 18 successful years of operation in San Francisco. During this event, where proceeds went to the local chapter of the Human Rights Campaign that advocates on behalf of the LGBTQ community, more intriguing details emerged about the…

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5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

As fall fast approaches, the allure of warm, Mediterranean flavors becomes stronger and stronger. Lucky for us, the local food scene meets this craving with new and worthy Spanish restaurants, while established institutions keep traditions alive. Hearty paella, spicy pulpo and boozy sangria can all be…

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Anchor Brewing Company’s New Public Taproom in Potrero Grand Opening & Kick-Off Party

Anchor Brewing Company’s New Public Taproom in Potrero Grand Opening & Kick-Off Party

Despite the August acquisition by Japanese mega-brewery Sapporo, San Francisco’s Anchor Brewing Company still has sights on expanding its presence within the local San Francisco community. Anchor’s new taproom, Anchor Public Taps, kicks open its doors with an official grand opening party happening this Saturday. And the…

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The Lineup! Live 105 Invites The Lumineers & The Killers to Headline Not So Silent Night

The Lineup! Live 105 Invites The Lumineers & The Killers to Headline Not So Silent Night

Even though the summer festival season has come to a close, there are a few more multi-day music events to keep your eyes on, including Not So Silent Night. Bay Area radio station Live 105 revealed the full lineup for their annual holiday festival headlined…

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SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

  Just when you thought you’ve exhausted your Netflix list, for reals this time, there’s a whole other on-demand video platform to indulge in…free of charge to SF Public Library card members. Kanopy’s curated collection of more than 30,000 films, including movies and documentaries from award-winning filmmakers,…

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San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

Each Halloween in the Bay Area, we face a frightening amount of hell-raising ragers to turn us all into zombies, stiff-legging through the following work week. And this is one of those glorious years where we find the weekend’s festivities of All Hallow’s Eve preceding the actual holiday…

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On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

Britain’s Jamie Oliver once called mushrooms ‘nature’s steak’. Vegetarians have been relying on them for ages, and no pizza or comforting pasta dish is complete without them. And come fall, they’re popping everywhere, ready to soak up delicious sauces and adorn creamy polentas. This versatile ingredient which, along…

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Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

Go Hang Out Indoors: San Francisco is in Red Level Air Quality Due to North Bay Fires

San Francisco is experiencing Red Level air quality today due to the wildfires in the North Bay. Red Level air quality means the air is unhealthy. There are other levels that are worse, with “very unhealthy” and “hazardous” topping the charts, but it’s worth noting. SF…

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5 Gorgeous New San Francisco Boutiques to Get You Ready for Fall

5 Gorgeous New San Francisco Boutiques to Get You Ready for Fall

As Fall 2017 fashion finds its way into the stores, the weather in San Francisco couldn’t be more indecisive, always playing by its own rules. But even if ‘fall’ is a fuzzy term in the local dictionary, the season always brings on a back-to-the-grind routine and…

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9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

9 SF Bay Area Pumpkin Patches & Haunted Houses to Hit this Halloween

If you are looking for more family-friendly pumpkin patches to the scarier haunted house variety, then we have you covered. Here is a list of some of the best attractions for this Halloween season. Pumpkin Patches in the San Francisco Bay Area Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch 1620 7th…

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