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2018 Chinese New Year Flower Fair2018 Chinese New Year Flower Fair
By - posted 2/10/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Blue Lapis Road Each year, the Chinese New Year Flower Fair takes place the weekend before the Lunar New Year holiday, so that families can enjoy the festive atmosphere and purchase their traditional holiday plants, flowers and fruits, while enjoying traditional Chinese dance, music, art and cultural displays. 2018 Chinese New Year Flower Fair – more...

2018 SF Beer Week: 50 Events You Can't Miss2018 SF Beer Week: 50 Events You Can’t Miss
By - posted 2/9/2018
Fairs & Festivals

SF Beer Week SF Beer Week is a ten day celebration that showcases the Bay Area’s brewing heritage and contemporary craft beer scene. Have a pint… or a few at over 600 events in San Francisco and the Bay Area from February 9-18, 2018. There are beer dinners, food and beer pairing events, trivia nights, more...

Giants 2018 FanFest at AT&T ParkGiants 2018 FanFest at AT&T Park
By - posted 2/9/2018
Fairs & Festivals

John Pastor via Flickr KNBR’s 25th Giants FanFest takes place at AT&T Park, Saturday, February 10, 2018. The day typically includes live KNBR broadcasts on the field, player Q&As, free player autographs, places to take photos, walk or play catch on the field (weather permitting), self-guided tours of the Giants Clubhouse, a kids zone more...

Geez, People... Look up from Your Phone!Geez, People… Look up from Your Phone!
By - posted 2/9/2018
Only in San Francisco

Nate L nailed it with this tweet checking out BART riders so focused on their phones that the whole amazing world was passing them by. Geez, people, look up from your phone! You’re missing a great sunset. Quarry Lakes Regional Park, Fremont. @SFBART @bartdiaries pic.twitter.com/lo4bP2a4Fg — Nate L (@houseofannie) February 10, 2018

Check Out BART's Insane New Courtesy PostersCheck Out BART’s Insane New Courtesy Posters
By - posted 2/8/2018
City Discoveries

BART is trying to curb some bad behavior with some really fun cleverly-designed posters that will be featured on trains and in stations throughout 2018. BART has enlisted graphic designers from CCA to create a dozen poster designs to help stop icky behavior like peeing on the elevators, leaving trash on the train, more...

SPCA's New Cat Cafe Pop-Up & Puppy Cuddle ExperienceSPCA’s New Cat Cafe Pop-Up & Puppy Cuddle Experience
By - posted 2/5/2018
Get Out: Events

Chunlea via Unsplash The San Francisco SPCA is once again launching a pop-up during the month of February. They’ll be celebrating the Year of the Dog by bringing cuddles and cuteness to One Embarcadero Center from February 2 – 28. This year’s pop-up will be significantly larger than last year’s and will host several special more...

25+ Awesome Places to Watch the Super Bowl25+ Awesome Places to Watch the Super Bowl
By - posted 2/4/2018
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...

SF's Magnificent Blooming MagnoliasSF’s Magnificent Blooming Magnolias
By - posted 2/4/2018

Liz West One of San Francisco’s most breathtaking natural marvels, the annual bloom of nearly 100 rare and historic magnolias with trees reaching 80 feet, is typically at its peak from mid-January through March at the SF Botanical Garden. 2018 Update: First Blooms are Here! Peak in Early Feb – As of January 31st more an more...

Floating Garden of EmotionsFloating Garden of Emotions
By - posted 2/3/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Floating Garden of Emotions Tap into your feels with Jasper Speicher and Marie Applegate’s Floating Garden of Emotions, inspired by Paul and Eve Ekman’s famed Atlas of Emotions, an interactive tool used to navigate the complex world of human feelings. Floating Garden of Emotions Sunday, February 4, 2018 | 11am – 2pm Larking & Fulton, more...

SF's Biggest Arcade: Grand Opening WeekendSF’s Biggest Arcade: Grand Opening Weekend
By - posted 2/1/2018
Get Out: Events

Emporium SF Come and celebrate the Grand Opening of Emporium SF – SF’s newest gigantic arcade –  for the whole weekend from February 1 to 4, 2018. Celebrate the historic Harding Theater’s transformation as they finally move out of “soft open” mode and check out the new awesome games, beer and more...

Shake Shack Comes to Marin in 2018Shake Shack Comes to Marin in 2018
By - posted 1/31/2018
City Discoveries

Shake Shack / Marin County Mart A few weeks ago, Shake Shack announced it was coming to the SF Bay and announced its first location finalized for Palo Alto with other “future locations” to be announced soon. Yesterday, they finally put their stake in the ground in the North Bay when Eater more...

Rare Super Blue Moon Total EclipseRare Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse
By - posted 1/28/2018

Jay Huang This January 31st, something quite rare and special will happen. Be sure to look up in the sky to spot the supermoon, blue moon, and total lunar eclipse, also known as a blood moon, over San Francisco. For observers in North America, it’s the first time all three of these phenomena more...

Free SFJAZZ Concert NightFree SFJAZZ Concert Night
By - posted 1/28/2018
Get Out: Events

Jay Blakesberg Exploring new ground has never been a foreign concept at San Francisco Conservatory of Music. After 100 years, the Conservatory is ripe for its next adventure. This season sees the launch of Roots, Jazz, and American Music, a bachelor’s degree program in partnership with SFJAZZ that adds a whole more...

$9 Toll for the Bay Bridge?$9 Toll for the Bay Bridge?
By - posted 1/26/2018
City Insight

SF Curbed reported that the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) unanimously approved raising tolls on almost every Bay Area bridge by 2022 (except the Golden Gate Bridge which is not overseen by BATA). That would mean a $9 toll for the Bay Bridge and $8 for all other bridges – more...

SF's Epic New Sculpture Garden is Coming in JulySF’s Epic New Sculpture Garden is Coming in July
By - posted 1/25/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Civic Center Plaza To Host Major Installation By Celebrated Artist Zak Ové Coming July 2018, Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness is a monumental installation of 40 identical figurative sculptures that speak to contemporary issues of race, politics and identity. The San Francisco Arts Commission, with funding from the Office of Economic more...