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271 Bay Area Hiking Trails & Scenic Overlooks271 Bay Area Hiking Trails & Scenic Overlooks
By - posted 11/22/2018
Outdoorsy

Yea, it may be a marketing gimmick, but we can get behind the sentiment of REI closing its 149 stores on Black Friday on one of the most popular days of the year to encourage its 12,000 employees (and you) to enjoy a day outdoors). It’s called #OptOutside OptOutside Day / Black more...

Thanksgiving in San Francisco 2018Thanksgiving in San Francisco 2018
By - posted 11/21/2018
Get Out: Events

Macy's Great Tree LightingMacy’s Great Tree Lighting
By - posted 11/20/2018
Holidays

Macy’s Great Tree in Union Square, San Francisco’s most recognized Christmas tree stands more than 83-feet tall, decorated with more than 33,000 twinkling energy-efficient LED lights and 1,100 shining ornaments, will be officially lit on Friday, November 23, 2018. 29th Annual Macy’s Great Tree Lighting Friday, November 23, 2018 | 6 pm Union Square Park | more...

$10 Giants Tix On Sale for 2019$10 Giants Tix On Sale for 2019
By - posted 11/19/2018
Deals

Super cheap Giants tickets for the 2019 season are going on sale on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. You can buy tickets for the entire season with many midweek tickets starting at just $10 Beginning at 10am on November 20, 2018 you can purchase $10 tickets online or in person at all Giants Dugout Store locations. Cheap Tip: Head more...

This is the Bay Bridge's New Bike RampThis is the Bay Bridge’s New Bike Ramp
By - posted 11/18/2018
City Insight

The Bay Area Toll Authority, Arup and other project team members will be hosting a public meeting to unveil designs for the Bay Bridge West Span bicycle and pedestrian path to connect Oakland to downtown San Francisco. Thanks to SF Bike Coalition for the tip off. This event will feature a more...

Free Museum Weekend: SFMOMA, de Young & Asian Art MuseumFree Museum Weekend: SFMOMA, de Young & Asian Art Museum
By - posted 11/17/2018
Freebies

Due to the bad air quality in the Bay Area due to the fires, several museums are offering free admission to help people cope with the smoke stay indoors. Remember, N95 masks are great, but it’s no substitute for staying indoors. Thanks to sf72.org for the tip off. Free San Francisco more...

$6.75 Movie Sunday$6.75 Movie Sunday
By - posted 11/17/2018
Deals

Tired of shelling out $12-$15 for movies in the theater? Then take advantage of the Regal Jack London’s all day $6.75 movie deal on Sundays. This is part of Regal’s “Value Days“ promotion. Even brand new movies are only $6.75 with 3D movies clocking in at a quite reasonable $9.75. And more...

SF's Pop-Up "Fantastic Beasts" ExperienceSF’s Pop-Up “Fantastic Beasts” Experience
By - posted 11/17/2018
Get Out: Events

The Flagship AT&T Store in San Francisco is hosting an interactive experience based on the movie “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.”  With a wave of your “wand,” you’ll be able to go through character photo experiences, discover which Fantastic Beasts you’re most suited for, test your wizarding spell knowledge, check more...

SOLD OUT: Free N95 Particle MasksSOLD OUT: Free N95 Particle Masks
By - posted 11/16/2018
Freebies

UPDATE – As of 11/17/18 all the free masks have been claimed. To help those impacted by the smoke from the Northern California fires, Kelly-Moore Paints is giving away 3M particle masks at select Northern California Kelly-Moore Paint stores, while supplies last. Please note, there’s a limit of 5 masks per more...

Macy's Holiday Windows: Adorable Puppies & KittensMacy’s Holiday Windows: Adorable Puppies & Kittens
By - posted 11/16/2018
Holidays

Macy’s in Union Square unveils their 32nd Annual “Holiday Windows” with elaborately-decorated holiday window displays all along the outside of the building, featuring some adorable (and adoptable) cats and dogs to help benefit the SPCA and find these furry friends a new home. 2018 Macy’s Holiday Windows November 16, 2018 – January 1, more...

Free Muni Friday: Spare the Air DayFree Muni Friday: Spare the Air Day
By - posted 11/15/2018
City Insight

San Francisco’s air quality has moved from red or “unhealthy” to purple or “very unhealthy” due to local wildfires and weather patterns. The Department of Public Health highly recommends that everyone stay indoors and avoid exposure to the outside air. As a result Mayor London Breed requested that all Muni service more...

Where to Catch the Hello Kitty Truck in SFWhere to Catch the Hello Kitty Truck in SF
By - posted 11/13/2018
Eat & Drink

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is coming back to the Bay Area. In the past, the truck has sold Hello Kitty cakes, donuts, macarons and other sweets, and of course Hello Kitty swag like water bottles. The truck attracted huge crowds last year, so here’s your next chance to go ga-ga for more...

Bye Bye, Burger King, Hello SF's Newest ParkBye Bye, Burger King, Hello SF’s Newest Park
By - posted 11/13/2018
City Insight

Join The Presidio for a smashing day of demolition as they take down the former Army-era Burger King to make way for 14 acres of new national parkland – the Presidio Tunnel Tops. The building will come down in a single day – so join us in the morning for refreshments, more...

Trump's Wax Figure Comes to SF's Madame TussaudsTrump’s Wax Figure Comes to SF’s Madame Tussauds
By - posted 11/12/2018
Only in San Francisco

President “Donald J. Trump” has arrived in San Francisco On November 12th, Madame Tussauds San Francisco welcomed a wax figure of the nation’s 45th President to its “Oval Office” exhibit. Before arriving at the Fisherman’s Wharf attraction, he toured the city, paying visits to iconic locations including Golden Gate Bridge and more...

Veterans Day Freebies | 2018Veterans Day Freebies | 2018
By - posted 11/11/2018
Freebies

Are you a veteran or know someone who served their country? Celebrate the contributions of veterans with some great deals and giveaways taking place throughout the Bay Area on Veterans Day with Military ID. Thanks to The Military Wallet and militarybenefits.info for this breakdown Don’t forget, all U.S. National Parks are free to everyone (not just more...