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What's Closed in SF Due to Government ShutdownWhat’s Closed in SF Due to Government Shutdown
By - posted 1/21/2018
City Insight

Muir Woods / Miguel Vielra If you wanted to visit Muir Woods, Stinson Beach, China Beach, Aquatic Park Pier, or even any bathrooms in Fort Mason you better beware. During a Federal government shutdown, some Golden Gate National Recreation Area sites are accessible, however access may change without notice, and there are more...

SF Civic Symphony's Free Winter ConcertSF Civic Symphony’s Free Winter Concert
By - posted 1/20/2018
Get Out: Events

sfcivicmusic The oldest community orchestra on the West Coast, the San Francisco Civic Symphony cordially invites you to attend its winter concert on Sunday, January 21, 2018. Admission is free, but an RSVP is requested and donations are gratefully accepted ($10 suggested). Free San Francisco Civic Symphony Winter Concert Sunday, January 21, 2018 – 3:00 more...

Check Out SF's Awesome New ParkCheck Out SF’s Awesome New Park
By - posted 1/20/2018
City Discoveries

Francisco Park The Francisco Park Conservancy and the SF Recreation & Park Department are co-hosting a Design Update Open House to share the latest designs of the new Francisco Park on the 4.2 acre site of an unused reservoir which sits on a slope in the Marina between Larking and Hyde Street and ending more...

SF's SF’s “Good Food Awards” Tasting Celebration
By - posted 1/20/2018
Eat & Drink

Marc Fiorito with Gamma Nine Photography The annual “Good Food” Awards marketplace takes place in the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason and gathers together vendors from around the country who are redefining ‘good food’ by crafting products that are both incredibly tasty and responsibly produced. 2018 Good Food Awards Marketplace Sunday, January 21, 2018 | 9 more...

BART's Brand New Cars are HereBART’s Brand New Cars are Here
By - posted 1/19/2018
City Insight

The first of 775 new BART train cars entered into service January 19, 2018. The very first customers to ride the new train cars boarded the train at MacArthur Station this morning as it made its inaugural passenger run. The new cars feature a wide spectrum of improvements over BART’s more...

SF's Purple Ube Pop-UpSF’s Purple Ube Pop-Up
By - posted 1/18/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Mestiza Taqueria Get your free ticket and join in at the Mestiza Taqueria for a unique sampling of sweet and savory Ube-infused cuisine (ube chicken and waffles, ube ice cream, etc…) while DJs play Prince inspired jamz. UNDSCVRD’s mission is to help develop the SoMa Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District in San Francisco more...

Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2018Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2018
By - posted 1/17/2018
Eat & Drink, Worth the Splurge

SF Restaurant Week Restaurant week is growing… In fact it’s now “California Restaurant Month” with cities all over the state trying to get people out and dining during a traditionally slow month of January. Here’s all of the Bay Area’s restaurant weeks for 2018; most are in January and a few are spread more...

Shake Shack is Coming to the BayShake Shack is Coming to the Bay
By - posted 1/16/2018
City Discoveries

Shake Shack It was announced Tuesday that the first-ever Bay Area Shake Shack will open in Palo Alto at Stanford Shopping Center (180 El Camino Real) in the fall of 2018 – with future locations considered for Marin and SF’s Marina District hopefully in 2019. Shake Shack is a well-loved East Coast more...

Cobb's Free Comedy Shows for 2018Cobb’s Free Comedy Shows for 2018
By - posted 1/15/2018
Freebies

Cobbs Comedy Club Funcheap and Stroy Moyd of #HellaFunny take over Cobb’s Comedy Club for an awesome night of comedy at SF’s biggest comedy club. And you can get on our secret guest list. Every month we handpick some of SF’s top local comedians to showcase for you – often with credits like SF more...

Women's March 2018Women’s March 2018
By - posted 1/15/2018
Have Your Voice Heard

Women's March Oakland Women’s March Oakland Women’s March Oakland 2018 is a rally and march in partnership with the Bay Area chapter of youth organization March for Our Future. They are joining 19 other California chapters in hosting rallies on the anniversary of the historic Women’s March. Women’s March Oakland 2018 Saturday, January 20, more...

SF's 2018 Festivals & Can't-Miss EventsSF’s 2018 Festivals & Can’t-Miss Events
By - posted 1/15/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Brides of March / Lynn Friedman Here’s a list of our favorite San Francisco and Bay Area festivals, street fairs and can’t-miss events for the Winter of 2018. Pick a Month: January | February | March Most of the events are free, or we’ll let you know how to get the best deals.    Women's more...

MLK Jr. Day Festival, March & Celebrations | 2018MLK Jr. Day Festival, March & Celebrations | 2018
By - posted 1/15/2018
Celebrations

Wisconsin Public Television Every year the Bay Area celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of festivals, marches and celebrations highlighted by a march and festival near the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Most of the events are organized by the NorCalMLK Foundation. Getting There – more...

Monday is the Last Free Day Ever at Muir WoodsMonday is the Last Free Day Ever at Muir Woods
By - posted 1/13/2018
City Insight

NPS The last free day ever at Muir Woods is Monday, January 15, 2018 – part of the National Park Service’s “Fee Free National Parks Day.” Starting January 16th there’s a brand new parking/shuttle reservation fee that will be required 365 days a year, even on “free days.” So that means that more...

Sea Lion's 28th Anniversary CelebrationSea Lion’s 28th Anniversary Celebration
By - posted 1/12/2018
Celebrations

Pier 39 Become sea lion savvy and learn more about California sea lions, marine life, and bay conservation during the annual “Sea Lion Encounter,” in celebration of the anniversary of their arrival to Pier 39. Although the “anniversary” runs a whole month from January 1-28, 2018 the most special days are January 13-15 more...

Free de Young Museum SaturdayFree de Young Museum Saturday
By - posted 1/12/2018
Fairs & Festivals

de Young Museum NORCALMLK and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present a day celebrating the contributions and stories from the African American community with programming in connection with Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday and the special exhibition Revelations: Art from the African American South. Enjoy free programs and free more...