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Huge Anti-Trump Ocean Beach ProtestHuge Anti-Trump Ocean Beach Protest
By - posted 2/7/2017
Have Your Voice Heard

Brad Newsham This is a peaceful, family-friendly rally open to all (including well-behaved dogs) who would like to see Trump and his band of billionaires ushered out of the White House immediately. Thanks to SF Station for the tip off about this event. We will be spelling out with our bodies an enormous more...

2017 Vegan Super Bowl Party2017 Vegan Super Bowl Party
By - posted 2/5/2017

What doesn’t go together better than football and Vegans? SoMa StrEat Food Park is getting ready to host an even bigger and even more outrageously San Franciscan Super Bowl Party than last year. Come join us for another year of Vegan food so good it would convert a carnivore – and more...

SF's Biggest & Best Super Bowl Watch PartiesSF’s Biggest & Best Super Bowl Watch Parties
By - posted 2/4/2017
Super Bowl

Drop those sad chips and guac and come out to watch the Super Bowl with your fellow fans at some of the most fun spots in San Francisco and beyond. Funcheap has put together a guide to the best deals, the biggest screens, the tastiest snacks and the cheapest drinks in town. Plus, some more...

F*ck The Super Bowl: 16 Other Fun Things to Do on SundayF*ck The Super Bowl: 16 Other Fun Things to Do on Sunday
By - posted 2/4/2017
City Discoveries

Not feeling so rah-rah about the Super Bowl? Relax! You’re in San Francisco where there is always plenty to keep you busy and away from the packed sports bars, yelling people, awful half-time pop routines and overly dramatic renditions of the National Anthem. Come along, you nerds and nature lovers, you anti-establishment more...

SF's Massive SF’s Massive “NoBanNoWall” Protest
By - posted 2/4/2017
Have Your Voice Heard

| FunCheapSF.com Join the Resistance Against Donald Trump’s racist and exclusionary Executive Orders. They will not allow the country to be divided by hate and religious persecution. Join them in sharing your immigration stories and standing in solidarity with all our brothers and sisters on February 4th, 2017. “NoBanNoWall” Protest Saturday, February 4, 2017 – 3:00 more...

Trump's Travel Ban on Trial in SFTrump’s Travel Ban on Trial in SF
By - posted 2/4/2017
City Insight

Sam Wheeler CC via Wikipedia Three federal judges at San Francisco’s 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in a challenge of President Trumps executive order on immigration on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. (read more on SF Gate) The hour-long hearing is scheduled to start at 3pm at the courthouse at more...

From Freeway to Bike Path: SF Gets GreenerFrom Freeway to Bike Path: SF Gets Greener
By - posted 2/3/2017
City Discoveries

SF Public Works SF Rec & Park Celebrates Opening of Mansell Streetscape, the First Project of its Kind in the City SF Rec & Park will celebrate the opening of the Mansell Streetscape after a $7 million project to convert two lanes of vehicle traffic to permanent pedestrian and bicycle only pathways. more...

Wild SF Walking ToursWild SF Walking Tours
By - posted 2/2/2017
City Insight

Wild SF Wild SF Tours, the funky leaders of people’s history tours in San Francisco neighborhoods, are offering free tours from February 1-15, 2017. Journey through the city with radical artist-guides, and explore the history and social movements that shaped our beloved city. Free but you must book online to reserve a space. more...

20-Foot Tall Bamboo Lanterns Coming to SF20-Foot Tall Bamboo Lanterns Coming to SF
By - posted 2/1/2017
Artsy Fartsy

First it was massive glow-in-the-dark bunnies… now it’s giant LED bamboo lanterns. From January to March, six large-scale illuminated sculptures by Hong Kong artist Freeman Lau will be on display as a temporary art installation in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza. The 20-foot tall series of sculptures by Hong Kong artist Freeman Lau entitled Sui Sui more...

A Donald Trump BonfireA Donald Trump Bonfire
By - posted 1/31/2017
Only in San Francisco

Satanic San Francisco Now this is what they mean by a Presidential Roast… In “honor” of the new president’s inauguration, they’re setting him on fire, symbolically. With some “magic” thrown in to hopefully mitigate the damage he does. You can also bring marshmallows because, well, it’s a waste of a good effigy if more...

Dunkin Donuts Grand OpeningDunkin Donuts Grand Opening
By - posted 1/31/2017
Eat & Drink

Dunkin Donuts Dunkin’ Donuts invites one and all to the grand opening of its newest Bay Area restaurant in South San Francisco. Doors open at 5:00 a.m.  Dunkin’ Donuts Grand Opening Wednesday, February 1, 2017 | Doors at 5am Dunkin’ Donuts South San Francisco | 180 South Airport Blvd., South San Francisco FREE Grand opening festivities more...

Last Chance for SF Restaurant WeekLast Chance for SF Restaurant Week
By - posted 1/28/2017

SF Restaurant Week SF Restaurant Week is a 12-day celebration of our world-class dining community when frugal foodies get to eat their way through nearly 130 restaurants around San Francisco. Participating restaurants will offer special prix-fixe menus to showcase their passion for sharing great food with diners. Highlights include Tyler Florence’s Wayfare more...

2017 Civil War Days2017 Civil War Days
By - posted 1/28/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | smore.com In honor of Living History Day 2017, experience first-hand the momentous era of the American Civil War with live re-enactors, infantry and artillery demonstrations, music, Victorian dance, and exhibits displaying medicine in the 1800’s, and the lives of men, women, and children of days past. Talks and demonstrations will be held throughout the more...

Free Zoo Day for RoostersFree Zoo Day for Roosters
By - posted 1/27/2017
Get Out : Events

CC0 Pixabay Get into the San Francisco Zoo for free if you were born in the Year of the Rooster (1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017) will receive free Zoo admission on that day to enjoy a day of Chinese New Year performances and activities at the zoo. 2017 Lunar New Year more...

Bar Closing Booze BlowoutBar Closing Booze Blowout
By - posted 1/27/2017
Get Out : Events

One of our favorite quirky SF bars is closing down and so on their final night they’re having a blowout party on Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 9pm to 2am with all their booze prices set to 1997 levels. Come have a final ’90s night and say goodbye to The Romper more...