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World Naked Bike RideWorld Naked Bike Ride
By - posted 3/8/2017
Only in San Francisco

Uriels Journal It’s time to tune up those bikes and toss those riding duds in the wash; you won’t need them for the 8th Annual World Naked Bike Ride – San Francisco 2017 – So. Hemi Edition. Each year, their turnout is getting larger and larger, riding bare through the streets of the more...

International Women's Day 2017International Women’s Day 2017
By - posted 3/7/2017
Have Your Voice Heard

Her Campus

Sunday Streets Sunday Streets “Summer of Love” Street Festival
By - posted 3/7/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Sunday Streets Sunday Streets (March – October 2017) is San Francisco’s official block party – a sorta-monthly roving neighborhood celebration and five hour street party where the streets are closed to vehicles, so pedestrians, roller skaters, bicyclists, yogis, and everyone except for cars can take over the streets for an afternoon. Funcheap is proud more...

SF's Epic St. Patrick's Day ParadeSF’s Epic St. Patrick’s Day Parade
By - posted 3/5/2017
Celebrations

Photo | David Yu The West Coast’s largest Irish event celebrating Irish history and culture, the 166th Annual San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, attracts some 100,000 revelers every year and is one of the city’s most popular events. 166th San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival Saturday, March 11, 2017 – Parade: Starts at more...

IHOP's Free Pancake DayIHOP’s Free Pancake Day
By - posted 3/5/2017
Freebies

Photo | via Marist esPResso IHOP will serve millions of free pancakes again during its National Pancake Day Celebration on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. More than 1,500 IHOP restaurants across the country will invite guests to enjoy a complimentary stack of IHOP’s signature delicious buttermilk pancakes from 7 am to 7 pm. IHOP more...

de Young Museum Free Admission Dayde Young Museum Free Admission Day
By - posted 3/5/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Photo | Fine Arts Museums of San FranciscoFounded in 1895 in Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum is a landmark art museum to showcase the museum’s priceless collections of American art from the 17th through the 20th centuries, and art of the native Americas, Africa, and the Pacific. Free Admission more...

Free Museum Day: Asian Art MuseumFree Museum Day: Asian Art Museum
By - posted 3/4/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Asian Art Museum The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian Art, with a collection of over 18,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history. Target First Free Sundays Free Museum Day March 5, 2017 | 10a-5p Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin more...

58th Annual White Elephant Sale58th Annual White Elephant Sale
By - posted 3/4/2017
Deals

White Elephant Sale The White Elephant Sale has been taking one person’s trash and recycling it into someone else’s treasure for more than 50 years. 58th Annual White Elephant Sale Sat-Sun, March 4-5, 2017 | 10 am to 4 pm White Elephant Sale Warehouse, 33 Lancaster St., Oakland FREE The White Elephant Sale is Northern California’s more...

San Francisco 2017 History ExpoSan Francisco 2017 History Expo
By - posted 3/3/2017
Fairs & Festivals

inhabitat.com Explore San Francisco’s amazing history at the annual San Francisco History Expo as the Old Mint becomes a series of pop-up museums of San Francisco history with more than 75 exhibitors. 2017 San Francisco History Days – Saturday, March 4 | 11 am to 5 pm – Sunday, March 5 | 11 am to more...

37th Annual Soul Food Festival & Block Party37th Annual Soul Food Festival & Block Party
By - posted 3/3/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Buttzonix Secrets Bayview Hunters Point’s longest-running annual event, the Black Cuisine Festival, was created to highlight culinary talents passed through generations. The Black Cuisine Festival shares delectable food rooted in African American tradition, bringing people together for a little taste of soul. Plus there’s a special live performance by ’90s R&B/Soul stars Tony! Toni! more...

HBO's Music of Strangers Interactive ExperienceHBO’s Music of Strangers Interactive Experience
By - posted 3/3/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | Via WylieWrites.Com Join HBO in celebrating the power of music through a multi-sensory exhibition that invites the public to create beautiful melodies – with individuals they’ve never met. Inspired by The Music of Strangers, from Academy Award®-winning director Morgan Neville, the installation will feature an interactive virtual symphony and instrument more...

#GirlPower First Friday's Block Party#GirlPower First Friday’s Block Party
By - posted 3/2/2017
Celebrations

Oakland First Fridays Oakland First Fridays is an immersive art and community experience on the first Friday of each month on Telegraph Avenue from West Grand to 27th Street. Every First Friday from 5–9:30 pm, Oakland’s KONO district (Koreatown Northgate) springs to life with galleries, artist collectives, street artists, local culinary artisans, performers, musicians, more...

Off the Grid: Fort Mason 2017 Kick-offOff the Grid: Fort Mason 2017 Kick-off
By - posted 3/2/2017
Eat & Drink

Photo | Off the Grid Nearly 30 food vendors in a huge circle with a full bar and bands in the middle? Now that’s a party; it’s also California’s largest weekly street food market.  Off the Grid is a weekly outdoor food truck bonanza staged every Friday from 5-10 pm at the historic waterfront campus of Fort Mason more...

Art Tribute to SF's Drag QueensArt Tribute to SF’s Drag Queens
By - posted 3/2/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Joseph Abbati This is the first solo exhibition by Joseph Abbati for his exhibit entitled “Larger Than Life,” a tribute to San Francisco drag queens. It will be hosted by Strut, the home for gay, bi, and trans men’s health and wellness from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Larger Than Life: A Tribute more...

SF’s First Raised, Parking-Protected Bike Lane is HereSF’s First Raised, Parking-Protected Bike Lane is Here
By - posted 3/2/2017
City Discoveries

SFMTA San Francisco’s very first raised, parking protected bike lane has just been completed on a short stretch of Valencia Street south of Cesar Chavez. This street design flips around the conventional setup of car parking and bike lanes most San Franciscans are used to by placing a buffer area between parked more...