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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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Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Wildewhere has been entertaining McLaren Park visitors throughout the summer and is about to close out this year’s season with two of their biggest gatherings: the Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival, followed by the McLaren Park Metal Music Festival. Those seeking a little less “hardly” and a…

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Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Marina district nightclub MatrixFillmore closed earlier this year for a remodel, and has reopened as a low-key cocktail bar and changed back to its original name, Matrix. Famous live shows took place inside this venue, with performances spanning Bob Marley to The Velvet Underground. The Matrix…

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Oakland’s Hiero Day 2017: An Audio/Visual Sampling

Oakland’s Hiero Day 2017: An Audio/Visual Sampling

This coming Monday, downtown Oakland will once again host the 6th annual Hiero Day. Independent hip-hop collective Hieroglyphics is set to move the crowd this Labor Day weekend. Here is a look at the lineup, some highlights and an audio/visual sampling of what’s to come….

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15 Biggest Moments from Outside Lands 2017

15 Biggest Moments from Outside Lands 2017

After three whirlwind days, Outside Lands concluded with a triumphant bang. Similar to previous years, each day had its own personality and weather. Despite the ever-changing conditions of Golden Gate Park and some musical lineup reshuffling, the people on and off stage, plus the variety…

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Elbo Room Extends Lease to Stay in the Mission Until 2019

Elbo Room Extends Lease to Stay in the Mission Until 2019

Keeping tabs on the status of the Elbo Room is like following a can being perpetually kicked down the road. Owners of the Mission district bar and event venue recently signed a third extension of the lease agreement to stay at their current location until…

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Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

The redwoods of Nor-Cal shook this past weekend with the fifth glitter-bombed edition of Northern Nights Music Festival. All walks of beautiful life drifted and boogied around the banks of Eel River and the luscious redwood groves of Cooks Valley Campground. The headliners in big…

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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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Burning Man Area Still Flooded: Will the Festival Relocate?

Burning Man Area Still Flooded: Will the Festival Relocate?

Burning Man is still two months away, but there is a chance the playa could remain flooded after a record wet, winter season. Back in March, videos of water deep enough to cruise around on kayaks started to surface. It’s now mid-June, and the Black…

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The Alchemy of Lee Burridge’s ‘All Day I Dream’ Party, Burning Man Vibes and Golden Gate Park

The Alchemy of Lee Burridge’s ‘All Day I Dream’ Party, Burning Man Vibes and Golden Gate Park

House and techno DJ, record label owner, and Burning Man influencer Lee Burridge brings his All Day I Dream party to Golden Gate Park. Burridge originally pioneered Hong Kong’s club scene back in the nineties and first attended Burning Man nearly 20 years ago. He arguably…

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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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