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A Guide to the Weekend: Gettin’ Hyphy with E-40, Maker Faire, the Music-Filled Mission & Oakland’s VegFest

A Guide to the Weekend: Gettin’ Hyphy with E-40, Maker Faire, the Music-Filled Mission & Oakland’s VegFest

Between the swanky Shiba San poolside party at the Phoenix and figuring out the perfect floaty for next week’s Lightning in a Bottle, there’s a lot to do. Discover new inventions at Maker’s Faire, attend an art opening and aimlessly wander in and out of parties—thanks to Bay…

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A Guide to the Weekend: Free, Weird & Classic San Francisco Bay Area Happenings

A Guide to the Weekend: Free, Weird & Classic San Francisco Bay Area Happenings

Here’s what’s up for the weekend! Between the largest plant sale in the Bay Area going down in Golden Gate Park, a massive free outdoor hip-hop party in Berkeley, and a chic poolside party on Sunday, there will be plenty of opportunities to get some sunshine…

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Up for this Weekend: San Francisco Bay Area’s Best Free Events, Rezz, Planes & Peculiar Automobiles

Up for this Weekend: San Francisco Bay Area’s Best Free Events, Rezz, Planes & Peculiar Automobiles

Here’s what’s up for the weekend. Between Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party, Dennis Rodman and Mike Tyson in the same building, and a bunch of art galleries in town for Art Market, there’s a ton going on. Here are some of our top picks….

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Seize the Weekend: 10 Top Picks for the San Francisco Bay Area

Seize the Weekend: 10 Top Picks for the San Francisco Bay Area

Praise the powers that be, the weekend is here! Between Earth Day, free activities, outdoor day parties and Berlin DJs playing well into the night, there are a lot of options for everyone. Here are some top picks to get you started. AYLI presents Unabridged…

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6 Awesome Museums Outside San Francisco

6 Awesome Museums Outside San Francisco

While San Francisco is considered Northern California’s art gem, surrounding Bay Area cities have, in recent years, posed worthy art destinations of their own, initiating renovations and promoting daring exhibitions. From Berkeley’s new and stunning BAMPFA to the talked-about Pace in Palo Alto, here are…

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SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

SF Bay Area Picked as Backdrop for Ubisoft’s New Video Game, Watch Dogs 2

Ubisoft’s newest video game, Watch Dogs 2, uses a meticulously recreated version of the Bay Area as a virtual playground for mischief and vigilance. From Embarcadero and Chinatown in San Francisco, to Marin, Silicon Valley and Oakland, players can navigate throughout the Bay Area playing…

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Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Best Bay Area Bars to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (and All Season Long)

Following an NBA record-setting year for the most regular season wins, a heartbreaking loss in the NBA Finals, and the fourth of July signing of superstar Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors have elevated their status to must-see entertainment every night they play basketball. Expectations…

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Q&A: Lauren Ritter on Producing Her Dreams, Set to Spin Lee Burridge’s ‘Floating Cities’ Event

Q&A: Lauren Ritter on Producing Her Dreams, Set to Spin Lee Burridge’s ‘Floating Cities’ Event

The All Day I Dream (ADID) name has been alive and thriving since the latter aughts, when the world class DJ, Lee Burridge, grew his Resident Advisor podcast and compilation series of the same name into a snowballing party series and record label. Now international,…

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Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood is a jewel box packed with adorable souvenirs, delicious bites and friendly vibes. It’s easy to get lost among its abundance of dining and shopping options. Temescal is hardly a secret, but for a true neighborhood gem, look no further. Preserved Described…

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The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

For those unable to get highly-coveted Coachella 2016 tickets, or would rather just see one or two of their favorite artists in a more intimate setting, then you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of Coachella artists who have show dates popping up in the…

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Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Championing independent music and culture, Noise Pop, launches its podcast reboot to showcase noteworthy and soon-to-be-buzzing new music. The Noise Pop Podcast has new a host, journalist Adrian Spinelli (from music magazine Paste, San Francisco Chronicle, and festival blog Fest300), and producer Ashleyanne Krigbaum (local…

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10 of San Francisco’s Biggest News Stories of 2015

10 of San Francisco’s Biggest News Stories of 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, San Franciscans are looking back at the past year and all of the triumphant, emotional, interesting and controversial events that made headlines. Before you head into 2016, glance back at some of the Bay Area’s biggest moments of 2015…

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