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The Vegan Super BowlThe Vegan Super Bowl
By - posted 1/27/2015
Get Out : Events

What doesn’t go together better than football and Vegans? Watch Super Bowl XLIX at this awesome Vegan Tailgating Party with vegan food trucks & popup vendors, tons of big screen TVs, beer specials, bottomless Mimosas, and lots and lots of vegan specials. Join up with hundreds of football fans at SF’s biggest more...

Dogpatch Block PartyDogpatch Block Party
By - posted 1/26/2015
City Discoveries

The Bold Italic is returning to one of their favorite neighborhoods for the fourth annual Dogpatch Microhood. Bold Italic’s Dogpatch Microhood Block Party Thursday, January 29, 2015 | 6-8 pm 3rd Base, Dogpatch, San Francisco FREE They’ll be kicking off their first event of the new year on January 29, 2015 from 6-8 pm with deals, more...

Pancakes & Booze Art ShowPancakes & Booze Art Show
By - posted 1/26/2015
Artsy Fartsy

LA’s famous “Pancakes & Booze” Underground Art Show has made a home in SF with two nights of emerging and underground artists and, duh… pancakes. For a $5 cover charge, expect to see the works from over 100 underground and emerging artists, live body painting, DJ music, a no-host bar and most importantly, an all-you-can-eat pancake more...

The Dodos Free ConcertThe Dodos Free Concert
By - posted 1/26/2015
City Insight

San Francisco’s own indie rock duo The Dodos bring their multifaceted sound to Amoeba SF on the release day of their sixth album, Individ. The Dodos Free Concert Tuesday, January 27, 2015 | 5 pm Amoeba SF, 1855 Haight St, SF FREE Amoeba Music regularly welcomes traveling and local artists for in-store performances at their San more...

Match Muni: $2.25 Lyft Line RidesMatch Muni: $2.25 Lyft Line Rides
By - posted 1/25/2015
Deals

Whether you’re a weekend or a weekday warrior, get ready to celebrate – for a limited time, Lyft Line rides in San Francisco are only $2.25. How to Get a Ride for $2.25 Download the Lyft app for iPhone or Android. Apply Code: Enter the code MATCHMUNI in the ‘Payment’ section. Be sure to hit ‘Apply’ Request Ride: more...

Free Chipotle Burrito DealFree Chipotle Burrito Deal
By - posted 1/25/2015
Deals

Order Chipotle’s organic tofu Sofritas on Monday, January 26, 2015 at any Chipotle, then bring your receipt back on your next visit—from January 27 through February 28, 2015—for a free burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos of your choice. It’s like a buy-one-get-one free, except they want you to try more...

2015 San Francisco Fine Print Fair2015 San Francisco Fine Print Fair
By - posted 1/24/2015
Artsy Fartsy

From traditional Japanese woodcuts and old master engravings to 19th century etchings and impressionist lithographs, the annual San Francisco Fine Print Fair provides a wide array of choice and a place to learn about the art and history of printmaking from knowledgeable art dealers. 2015 San Francisco Fine Print Fair - Saturday, January more...

Brass Band Mission Parade & PartyBrass Band Mission Parade & Party
By - posted 1/24/2015
Celebrations

It’s Carnaval season and Brass Band Mission is once again traveling to the Crescent City and the birthplace of jazz – New Orleans – to participate in the Mardi Gras Carnival parade of the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus. The band is throwing a backyard and second line parade party with all proceeds going more...

East Bay Restaurant SceneEast Bay Restaurant Scene
By - posted 1/24/2015
Deals

Prepare your appetites and head out to the East Bay to get a taste for Oakland and Berkeley’s restaurants during Oakland Restaurant Week (January 15-25) and Berkeley Restaurant Week (January 22-31). In Oakland over 65 restaurants are offering prix fixe menu options at $20, $30 and $40 per person. In Berkeley, 27 restaurants are more...

The Great San Francisco Snow Ball FightThe Great San Francisco Snow Ball Fight
By - posted 1/23/2015
Fun & Games

Get outside and spend your weekend exploring the second annual Snow Party at the Treasure Island Flea. Originally scheduled for November and postponed due to the big rains, now it’s back on for January. The Great San Francisco Snow Ball Fight Saturday-Sunday, January 24-25, 2015 | 11 am Treasure Island, San Francisco $3, plus more...

History Comes AliveHistory Comes Alive
By - posted 1/21/2015
Geeks

Dive in and discover the past like never before with amazing history events all week long including battles reenactments at the annual Civil War Days in Presidio’s Fort Point, a 19th century pistol dueling class (don’t forget your black collared overcoat!), local fishing history talks and exhibits in Sausalito at more...

SF Sketchfest 2015SF Sketchfest 2015
By - posted 1/21/2015
Fairs & Festivals

The highly anticipated 2015 SF Sketchfest returns to San Francisco with over two weeks of top notch comedy, improv and stand-up. Funcheap lets you in on the best deals of this year’s festival, plus all the comedy you can handle for under $20 bucks per show. 2015 SF Sketchfest January 22 – more...

Grumpy Cat Opens New Adoption CenterGrumpy Cat Opens New Adoption Center
By - posted 1/20/2015
Celebrations

Grumpy Cat (aka Tardar Sauce) will be present at the ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate Berkeley Humane Society’s new Mobile Adoption Center (MAC), followed by festivities and refreshments. Grumpy Cat Opens New Mobile Adoption Center Saturday, January 24, 2015 | noon to 3 pm Berkeley Humane, 2700 Ninth St, Berkeley FREE The MAC will spotlight Berkeley Humane cats more...

2015 State of the City Homelessness Forum2015 State of the City Homelessness Forum
By - posted 1/20/2015
City Insight

Be civically minded and join Modern Times Bookstore Collective for their first panel of the new year in their popular discussion series on gentrification issues, which concern our city’s most vulnerable population: the people who live homeless–or one step away from it–on the streets of San Francisco. 2015 State of the City Forum: Displacement more...

Banksy's Banksy’s “Haight Street Rat” Returns to SF
By - posted 1/19/2015
Artsy Fartsy

836M Gallery brings Banksy’s “Haight Street Rat” back to the city of its origins after it was almost lost due to anti-graffiti laws. The owner of The Red Victorian, which had the mural on its wall painted during a 2010 SF spree by Banksy, was planning to paint over the Rat. more...