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Holiday Guide: 8 SF Experiences That Make for Memorable Gifts

Holiday Guide: 8 SF Experiences That Make for Memorable Gifts

‘Gift experiences, not objects’ may be a washed-up adage, but it still wins the holidays every time. Along with a boozy gift, a gift certificate, a class or workshop can be the perfect holiday present extending way into next year, awarding the receiver with new skills…

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Mission Bernal Holiday Walk: A Neighborhood in Repair Celebrates Small Businesses & the Season of Joy

Mission Bernal Holiday Walk: A Neighborhood in Repair Celebrates Small Businesses & the Season of Joy

This Thursday, Mission Bernal celebrates community, the arts, and small businesses with their annual Mission Bernal Holiday Walk. For this event, the numerous locally-owned restaurants, bars, galleries, coffee shops, and other businesses that make up this neighborhood have put out their welcome mats to the city at…

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A Holiday Gift Guide: The Best Local Boozy Offerings

A Holiday Gift Guide: The Best Local Boozy Offerings

Gifting season is fast approaching, and luckily we live in a city full of gift-giving options. In our first gift guide this season, we simply focus on local booze and booze-related greatness, since nothing says ‘I appreciate you’ like a thoughtful, locally made bottle of…

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Thousands of Santas Triumph Over Rain for San Francisco’s SantaCon Gathering

Thousands of Santas Triumph Over Rain for San Francisco’s SantaCon Gathering

The popular Santa crawl now celebrated across the world began right here in San Francisco back in 1994. This year’s gathering was a bit dampened but still full of creative and fun ways to celebrate Santa and the holidays… All photos by Cheryl Guerrero. See…

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Q&A with the Founder of The Emerald Cup, the Largest Cannabis Competition in America

Q&A with the Founder of The Emerald Cup, the Largest Cannabis Competition in America

A county fair-inspired harvest celebration is gearing up for its 13th annual event, this weekend. And the featured crop to be celebrated is unlike any others you might find at your traditional county fair or harvest hoorah. The festival is called The Emerald Cup, an…

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4 SF Restaurants Named on Eater’s List of ‘America’s Best Restaurants of 2016’

4 SF Restaurants Named on Eater’s List of ‘America’s Best Restaurants of 2016’

Food news and dining guide Eater shared their annual list of “America’s Best Restaurants,” curated by editor and food critic Bill Addison. This coveted list aims to highlight “restaurants that embody what’s exciting and essential about dining culture,” as they put it. Out of an…

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Navigate the City like a Whizkid: Learn How to Avoid Parking Tickets with New Website – Xtreet

Navigate the City like a Whizkid: Learn How to Avoid Parking Tickets with New Website – Xtreet

Dude Where’s My Car? is a totally ridiculous movie. However, the reality is that, when you live in a city, there are a lot of similar (but less funny) scenarios that feel like offshoots of this title. For example, “Dude, when is street cleaning?” or, “Is this…

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Win ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Advanced Screening Movie Tickets & Super7 Prize Pack

Win ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Advanced Screening Movie Tickets & Super7 Prize Pack

Enter below for yuour chance to win a pair of tickets to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on the advance screening preview date. Also included, is a prize pack of Star Wars goodies from Super7, an internationally recognized and locally-based company specializing in unique collector…

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The Monster Project & Adobe Bring Kids’ Crayon Drawings to Life

The Monster Project & Adobe Bring Kids’ Crayon Drawings to Life

Children’s crayon drawings come to life, just like in that Pixar film! Thanks to The Monster Project, a Kickstarter funded by technology company Adobe, as well as two of San Francisco’s most respected non-profits in the art and tech community, Gray Area and Illuminate. For…

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11 Super Festive Holiday Activities to Do in SF: Booze Crawls, Ugly Sweaters, Reindeer, Locally Made Gifts & More

11 Super Festive Holiday Activities to Do in SF: Booze Crawls, Ugly Sweaters, Reindeer, Locally Made Gifts & More

There is a ton of festive things to do in the city, you just have to find them. And whether the holiday means dressing up to go bar-hopping, buying locally made gifts, or just want to cruise at your own speed with your family or…

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Fuze the MC Speaks on the Importance of Drive, Female Collaborators & W. Oakland Studio Zoo Labs

Fuze the MC Speaks on the Importance of Drive, Female Collaborators & W. Oakland Studio Zoo Labs

Not many up and coming MCs have had the opportunity to work with Lil’ Wayne and Nicki Minaj in the early arc of their career. Lance Coleman did it before he turned 25. Currently based in Oakland, Coleman is an industrious music industry professional who…

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Q&A: Berkeley’s Minna Choi of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Humble Beginnings to Swedish American

Q&A: Berkeley’s Minna Choi of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Humble Beginnings to Swedish American

It’s not every day that you meet someone who has created and leads their very own orchestra. Minna Choi founder of Bay Area group Magik*Magik Orchestra does just that–and she just released her first self-titled album this past October. Choi grew up in Berkeley, went…

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