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Memorial Day Weekend in Full Color: Wu-Tang, Malaa, Carnaval, Free Arcade Play, Thai Food Festival

Memorial Day Weekend in Full Color: Wu-Tang, Malaa, Carnaval, Free Arcade Play, Thai Food Festival

It’s Memorial Day Weekend and things are about to get turnt up in the city! If you missed your chance to go camping this weekend, we have a bunch of spots picked out for next time you get the urge to head out into the…

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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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27 Fun and Easy Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas

27 Fun and Easy Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas

The biggest race through the heart of San Francisco is this weekend and you’re thinking about going without a costume? Not cool, but we have you covered, get some inspo from our costume gallery…   See the Official Bay to Breakers course map. All photos…

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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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Monterey Pop Festival Lineup: Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile

Monterey Pop Festival Lineup: Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile

For the 50 year celebration of the Monterey Pop Festival, two major event producers have joined forces to bring Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Dr. Dog, Eric Burdon & The Animals and more to the Monterey County Fairgrounds from June 16th-18th. “How do you…

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Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

A new Giants baseball season at AT&T Park means another update to unique food offerings, with an emphasis on all things local. Here’s what you can look forward to after the Giants hit the field on Opening Day in San Francisco on April 10. The…

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Contest: Prove Your Beer IQ and Win 2 Tickets to SF Int’l Beer Festival

Contest: Prove Your Beer IQ and Win 2 Tickets to SF Int’l Beer Festival

Test your beer IQ by guessing the brewery from the photo below for a chance to win 2 tickets to The SF International Beer Festival at Fort Mason Festival Pavilion on Saturday April 8 from 7-10pm. The winner (selected randomly from correct answers) will enjoy…

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Photos: The Brides of March Gathering in San Francisco

Photos: The Brides of March Gathering in San Francisco

The Cacophony Society – credited with inspiring Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club and even Burning Man – gathered together on Saturday for their annual Brides of March. “Before the Internet vomited headlines by the millisecond and turned the minutia of a million boring Facebook lives into…

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RayKo Photo Center Says Farewell with 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show

RayKo Photo Center Says Farewell with 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show

RayKo Photography Center’s 10th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show features “the best images from the worst cameras,” photos taken with Holga plastic cameras and other toy cameras which offer just the bare bones. The beauty of these medium-format camera, with limited controls, a fixed…

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Recycle, Reuse, Create. The Latest from Recology’s Artist in Residence Program

Recycle, Reuse, Create. The Latest from Recology’s Artist in Residence Program

Artists have been borrowing resources to help formulate their works before there were words to really describe ‘art’ as a concept. These days, the number of objects that are manufactured only later to be discarded rival those found in the natural world. Beginning Friday, January…

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