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San Francisco Giants 2011 Job Fair
By - posted 1/24/2011
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Ever wanted to work for the Giants at AT&T Park? Now’s your chance! In an effort to fill new positions at AT&T Park for 2011, the San Francisco Giants will hold a job fair on Saturday, January 29, 2011. All jobs being offered are for working as sales associates more...

Major League Scavenger Hunt & Pub Crawl
By - posted 1/19/2011
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There’s party people and then there’s some that need a little push. For both kinds of socializers, the California League of Adult Scavenger Hunters (CLASH) offers the prospect of Saturday night adventures, misbehavings and antics that are hard to match. Every week, the winter social league gathers friend and soon-to-be-friends in more...

SF Sketchfest 2011: Deals & Cheap Tickets
By - posted 1/17/2011
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The Tenth Annual SF Sketchfest comedy festival takes place January 13-February 5th, 2011 and features dozens of comedy shows and events all over the city at venues ranging from Cobb’s Comedy Club, The Purple Onion, and even The Castro Theater. 2011 highlights include Will Forte, Bobcat Goldthwait, Maria Bamford, Neil Patrick more...

$1,500 Grants for Local Artists
By - posted 1/17/2011
City Insight

Yep, you read that headline right. SF Weekly is giving out money, in the form of three $1,500 grants, to local artists. –DEADLINE IS JANUARY 21, 2011– Not only could you win some moola to keep your projects going, but the top 10 submissions will be displayed at the SF Weekly’s more...

Geeking Out at How-To Night
By - posted 1/4/2011
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Curator Juliana Gallin ran the beloved Ask A Scientist lecture series (which got so popular they took a break to figure out how to deal with the crowds) and then started How-To Night as a way to reach a wider audience within the intimacy of the Bazaar Cafe, a comfort more...

A Museum in Oakland Worth The BART Trip?
By - posted 1/4/2011
City Insight

The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) opened its doors again in May 2010 after temporarily closing to receive a $62 million renovation. Have you visited yet? Maybe it’s because you don’t have time to visit, or because museums aren’t your thing, or because – let’s face it –  it’s in more...

New Year’s Eve Travel Tips
By - posted 12/31/2010
Cheap Tips

If you get hammered on New Years Eve there’s still a multitude of ways to get home safely, and in some cases, totally free. If you’re looking for public transportation, Muni, Caltrain, SamTrans and VTA offer free rides and extended late night service. BART is normal price, but is running more...

San Francisco New Years Eve Guide | 2011
By - posted 12/30/2010
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Here’s FuncheapSF’s top picks for celebrating New Year’s Eve 2011 in San Francisco if you’re on a budget – We’ve got free events, deals & discounts, plus lots of ideas if you don’t mind spending a few bucks for want great value… and a few “worth the splurge” picks if more...

East Bay New Year’s Eve Guide | 2011
By - posted 12/29/2010
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Like New York, Paris, London and other world class cities, San Francisco will be packed with revelers on New Year’s Eve. So why not look to the East Bay in Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley for alternatives where the crowds aren’t so thick and the cabs are more plentiful, but the spirit more...

New Year’s Eve 2011: Top Picks & Best Bargains
By - posted 12/29/2010
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Got plans for New Year’s Eve yet? It’s easy to avoid getting gouged for $75 to $100 just to find something fun to do. There are many events and venues around the Bay area offering FREE or inexpensive New Years Eve events in the San Francisco Bay Area. We here at more...

Ike’s Place 50% Off Sandwich Deal
By - posted 12/26/2010
Eat & Drink

Need some sandwich with your dirty sauce? Ike’s Place is in the final stages of getting a permit to open up a new and bigger sandwich shop on 16th Street in January 2011. So while waiting for Ike’s to return to their own storefront, here’s a little present for you more...

Kwanzaa in San Francisco
By - posted 12/26/2010
Fairs & Festivals

The Village Project presents San Francisco’s 10th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration, with seven days of community events striving to unite and strengthen the family, community and nation, by highlighting each of the seven principles of Kwanzaa (the Nguzo Saba). 2015 San Francisco Kwanzaa Celebration December 26, 2015 through January 1, 2015 All Over San Francisco FREE There will be more...

December Birthday? Free $20 Bar Tab!
By - posted 12/26/2010
Deals

Are you a December baby? Or, do you have a friend who is? If you like drinking & eating for free you better find one quick! The Royal Exchange, a popular after-work sports bar & restaurant in the Financial District with 32 different micro, imported and domestic beers (and a full more...

Merry Cheapmas, San Francisco!
By - posted 12/22/2010
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San Francisco pretty much empties out except for tourists around Christmas. (Parking is never easier all year than it is in my neighborhood the week before New Years) But for those of us left to hold down the city there’s fortunately still plenty to do and plenty of deals to be more...

Half-Price Holiday & New Year’s Eve Deals
By - posted 12/22/2010
Deals

Around the Holidays, everyone wants to treat themselves to a little show, a little outing in the town, a little pizzazz. Problem is, it can get a little pricey out there. Lucky for you, there’s help around from FunCheap where we post events everyday that are fit for small budgets. But there’s more...