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We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

This Saturday, the Litquake Literary Festival returns to locations all across the Bay for five-days of storytelling with voices in poetry, non-fiction, fiction and film. Authors and artists from literally all over the globe will come together to serenade inquiring minds with musings on community…

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Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Unfortunately, these days, it’s rare to not hear about another San Francisco creative space that’s in danger of disappearing. It’s an all too familiar story for many artists across the Bay, as studios and other venues for radical experimentation have slowly folded in the wake…

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Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Working from home can inevitably start to feel like going to the same office every day, but it doesn’t have to. We’ve searched out some noteworthy spots around the city that are perfect for a workday field trip or maybe even a more permanent cafe…

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10 Stunning Road Trips for Nature Lovers (Totally Worth the Drive)

10 Stunning Road Trips for Nature Lovers (Totally Worth the Drive)

California has an incredibly diverse landscape, as I’m sure you’ve learned by reading our past guides on overnight beach and wilderness excursions. Now it’s time to focus our attention on really getting away. The spots we’ve collected here are often challenging to get to but they…

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Flower Piano Returns to the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park

Flower Piano Returns to the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park

Back for its third consecutive year, Flower Piano invites visitors to experience a special 12–day long, spontaneous community event. Beginning July 13 and running through July 24, anyone can play on the 12 pianos that will be placed at dramatic, picturesque locations throughout the San…

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Bay Area Art Events Heating Up in July (SF Art Book Fair, Queer Comics Expo & More)

Bay Area Art Events Heating Up in July (SF Art Book Fair, Queer Comics Expo & More)

Traditionally, art shows cool down a bit in the summer—often due to artists and gallery owners going on vacation—but July in the Bay Area’s art world seems hotter than ever. We’ve rounded up a collection of promising art events for the month. So turn down…

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Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced (Neon Indian, Kilo Kish & More)

Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced (Neon Indian, Kilo Kish & More)

The fifth annual neighborhood celebration known as the 20th Street Block Party has just announced their lineup of performances, including electronic group Neon Indian and singer-songwriter Kilo Kish at the top the list. This free summertime music event is a mix of nationally recognized and…

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10 Adorable Photos to Get You Ready for Cuteness Overload at the NorCal Corgi Con

10 Adorable Photos to Get You Ready for Cuteness Overload at the NorCal Corgi Con

Whether your own your own or simply love the small herding dogs known as Corgis, you might want to make your way down to Ocean Beach for the twice annual free event. This Saturday, Corgi owners and fanatics will get together for a fun-filled day…

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Candlestick Mural Unveiling: Local Art Collectives & Midway Gallery Combine Creative Forces in Bayview

Candlestick Mural Unveiling: Local Art Collectives & Midway Gallery Combine Creative Forces in Bayview

The Midway Gallery will be unveiling a selection of fourteen sizeable murals from Bayview artists and youths. The event serves as a celebration of the history and future of the transitioning Bayview-Hunter’s Point neighborhood and will take place this Saturday, June 10. Participating street artists…

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Free Outdoor Film Nights in San Francisco Parks: La La Land, The Breakfast Club, Footloose and More

Free Outdoor Film Nights in San Francisco Parks: La La Land, The Breakfast Club, Footloose and More

Grab the popcorn and inflatable couch, it’s time for free movie nights in many of San Francisco’s most popular parks. For 15 years the Film Night in the Park series has invited more than 100,000 people to gather in Dolores Park, Union Square and Washington…

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Conservatory of Flowers Teams Up with Local Organizations: 9 Free Activities for Nature Lovers

Conservatory of Flowers Teams Up with Local Organizations: 9 Free Activities for Nature Lovers

Summertime and exploring the great outdoors makes for a perfect combination. Seize the season by learning about tropical wonders inside Golden Gate Park, such the enormous seed pod of the double coconut, the largest seed known to science. Following a successful pilot test last year,…

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2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

This Saturday, April 22nd, Mission Crit, which organizes the city’s only fixed-gear cycling competition, will celebrate another year of pitting both experienced and novice cyclists against one another for a thrilling 40-minute race on a short, technical course in the Mission District. This is the…

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