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Fall 2010 Open StudiosFall 2010 Open Studios
By - posted 10/7/2010
Fairs & Festivals

During four weekends in October, hundreds of local artists and studios fling open their doors to give you a rare chance to see where they work and their latest projects during SF Open Studios 2010 – the largest and first open studios tour in the country. Now celebrating its 35th anniversary more...

Win Tix to Treasure Island Music FestivalWin Tix to Treasure Island Music Festival
By - posted 10/6/2010
Win Stuff

Funcheap has two pair of tickets to give away to the 2010 Treasure Island Music Festival! Win tickets to Saturday, the electronica portion of the two day outdoor festival with LCD Soundsystem, Deadmau5, Kruder & Dorfmeister, !!!, Little Dragon and more, along with a ferris wheel, games, art and more smack more...

10/10/1010/10/10
By - posted 10/6/2010
Get Out: Events

For one single day, over 7,000 events in 188 countries will take place with the sole purpose of reducing our carbon footprint, one way or another. Some people plant gardens, some ride bikes, some swap used clothes, others get educated about sustainability. Below is a list of some of the events more...

Win Tix to Treasure Island Music FestivalWin Tix to Treasure Island Music Festival
By - posted 10/2/2010
Win Stuff

Funcheap has two pair of tickets to give away to the 2010 Treasure Island Music Festival! Win tickets to Sunday, the indie-rock portion of the two day outdoor festival with Belle & Sebastian, The National, Broken Social Scene, She & Him, Surfer Blood and more, along with a ferris wheel, games, more...

Litquake 2010Litquake 2010
By - posted 10/1/2010
Fairs & Festivals

Litquake, San Francisco’s annual (mostly free) literature festival, runs October 1-9, 2010 with over 500 authors participating in events focused in San Francisco and all over the Bay Area. The festival is made up of over 100 events of readings, storytelling, performances, panels, and workshops in venues all more...

Skate Before HaightSkate Before Haight
By - posted 10/1/2010
City Discoveries

Azikiwee Anderson may have once been a pro skater and an X-Games judge, but when he started up a new shop in the Lower Haight four years ago, he was looking for a bit of change. So don’t come to D-Structure expecting to load up on skate brands, boards or decks more...

Hardly The Only FestivalHardly The Only Festival
By - posted 10/1/2010
Fairs & Festivals

Don’t get us wrong; the huge and free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music festival taking place this weekend in Golden Gate Park is cool and everything, but getting to and from the festival by car or transit can be a nightmare, and maybe you don’t want to spend your entire weekend more...