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

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...

TreasureFest: Valentine's MarketTreasureFest: Valentine’s Market
By - posted 1/25/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Treasure Island Flea The TreasureFest (formerly Treasure Island Flea) is a modern urban market for 15,000+ each month that houses around 400 curated vendors selling originally-made and designed items, artists, and antique/vintage collectors. Plus there’s typically 35+ food trucks, live local music, workshops, kids games, and bars with seasonal cocktails and local wines and brews. The two-day more...

Speakeasy Brewery Re-OpensSpeakeasy Brewery Re-Opens
By - posted 1/25/2018
Celebrations

Speakeasy Beer Speakeasy Ales & Lagers officially celebrates its return with a Grand Opening at the brewery on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Recently re-opening the doors to their remodeled Hunters Point taproom and resurrecting its bottle production, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers continues its two-decade history and tradition as one of San Francisco’s stalwart more...

Free San Francisco Zoo Week for KidsFree San Francisco Zoo Week for Kids
By - posted 1/24/2018
Deals

San Francisco Zoo San Francisco Zoo & Gardens is pleased to offer free admission to all children age 14 and younger now through January 31, 2018. Free admission is part of the Zoo’s “Happy Zoo Year” promotion; a gift from the Zoo to the entire Bay Area. Free SF Zoo Admission for more...

JetBlue's $40 Fare Sale from SFOJetBlue’s $40 Fare Sale from SFO
By - posted 1/23/2018
Deals

Greg Bishop via Flickr JetBlue says they have great deals with $49 fares from SFO to Long Beach for a “two-day sale” – but when we checked their site the deals are actually better than that – tons of dates with $40 fares for most days in January and February. JetBlue want you more...

VH1 RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars PartyVH1 RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Party
By - posted 1/22/2018
Get Out: Events

Lookout Hey Kitty Girl. Join Lookout for the Official VH1 RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 Premiere Party on Thursday, January 25th at Lookout. May the best woman win. Official RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 Premiere Party Thursday, January 25, 2018 – 8:00 pm The Lookout | 3600 16th St., San Francisco, CA FREE Join more...

SF's 2018 Festivals & Can't-Miss EventsSF’s 2018 Festivals & Can’t-Miss Events
By - posted 1/22/2018
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...

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...

What's Closed in SF Due to Government ShutdownWhat’s Closed in SF Due to Government Shutdown
By - posted 1/20/2018
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...

Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2018Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2018
By - posted 1/20/2018
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...

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...

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...