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Free Public Hand-Washing Stations Popping Up in SFFree Public Hand-Washing Stations Popping Up in SF
By - posted 3/10/2020
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As first reported by Joe Kukura on Broke-Ass Stuart, San Francisco has now placed pop-up public hand-washing stations to provide a safe and free place for the public to wash their hands. These new stations have popped up on sidewalks as part of an effort by SF Department of Health more...

No Fear! Here is What's Still Going on in SFNo Fear! Here is What’s Still Going on in SF
By - posted 3/9/2020
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While many events have been canceled as a precaution, but there are still many that are going on as scheduled, but the list is dwindling. So if you’re still up for going out and having some fun, here’s the latest confirmed information we have (please note that things can change more...

SF's Brand New "Mocktail Club"SF’s Brand New “Mocktail Club”
By - posted 3/6/2020
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You’re invited to San Francisco’s Mocktail Club... start your weekend right at a special celebration of delicious and refreshing seasonal mocktails at Bar Fluxus, a cool art bar that’s tucked away in a secret alley you’d never find on your own. Whether you want to avoid alcohol altogether, or just want more...

SF's Black History Month Comedy FestivalSF’s Black History Month Comedy Festival
By - posted 2/26/2020
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Come to Cobbs, SF’s biggest comedy club to get some laughs at Black Laughs Matter with some of the Bay Area’s funniest African-American comedians for Black History Month. SF’s Black History Month Comedy Festival February 26-27, 2020 | 8pm Cobb’s Comedy Club, 915 Columbus Ave., SF Get Free Tickets – FREE $18 Adv / more...

An Amazing "Lighted Forest" is Coming to Golden Gate ParkAn Amazing “Lighted Forest” is Coming to Golden Gate Park
By - posted 2/25/2020
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An illuminating art installation in Golden Gate Park transforms Peacock Meadow into an enchanted forest of otherworldly shapes and ever-changing light every night. Related: GG Park’s Gorgeous “Lighted Forest” Extended Until April 4th – 2/26/21 2020 Winter Lights Around the Bay –  11/28/20 “Entwined,” by San Francisco artist Charles Gadeken, honors Golden Gate Park’s more...

Shake Shack Finally Opens in SFShake Shack Finally Opens in SF
By - posted 1/31/2020
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After opening up outposts in Larkspur and Palo Alto, Shake Shack is finally opening their very first location in the city of San Francisco. The Cow Hollow location will open Monday, February 3, 2020 at 11am in a shared space with Indie Superette. Next up for shack domination? Downtown San Francisco more...

Oakland’s First Alcohol-Free Bar Now OpenOakland’s First Alcohol-Free Bar Now Open
By - posted 1/31/2020
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Oakland’s ‘Pill Hill’ area – two blocks north of Koreatown – is now home to a fun, non-alcoholic environment that offers an alternative to the bar scene. Bizzy’s Dry Bar (which opened on January 18, 2020) includes options for delicious mocktails, non-alcoholic versions of classics like Old Fashioned’s, beer, and juice more...

SF's Historic Bandshell Gets An Awesome UpgradeSF’s Historic Bandshell Gets An Awesome Upgrade
By - posted 1/31/2020
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 The Spreckles Temple of Music, also known as the Music Concourse Bandshell and one of Golden Gate Park’s historic treasures, will be enhanced this year to celebrate its historic place in the park and open the door for a new community arts program for the park’s 150th anniversary celebration on more...

Bay Area's 115-Foot "Grass Art" Tribute to Kobe BryantBay Area’s 115-Foot “Grass Art” Tribute to Kobe Bryant
By - posted 1/30/2020
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New Ground Technologies, a company that typically creates “grass art” in center field of baseball stadiums have shifted gears and created a massive 115 x 92 ft tribute to Kobe Bryant in a park in Pleasanton using only GPS and air to gently bend the grass to make the image. Typically more...

SF Big Free Science Fiction FestivalSF Big Free Science Fiction Festival
By - posted 1/12/2020
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SF by the Bay, a celebration of Bay Area science fiction and fantasy, includes over 30 programs, including author talks, live dramas, lectures, panel discussions, a “filk” music concert (songs inspired by sci-fi and fantasy), book displays, a costume contest and diverse film screenings, including landmark films with a local more...

Dave Chappelle Tickets On Sale 1/4 at NoonDave Chappelle Tickets On Sale 1/4 at Noon
By - posted 1/4/2020
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It ain’t cheap, but it is fun. We get tons of requests for alerting people to when big shows like this are on sale (even if prices are high) so here we go! Dave Chappelle – Live at The Chapel in SF – Sat 1/4 at 10pm, Sun 1/5 at 7pm + 10pm – more...

SamTrans Now Offers Free Transfers for 2020SamTrans Now Offers Free Transfers for 2020
By - posted 1/4/2020
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To help inform riders about the agency’s new free transfer policy which just began on 1/1/20, SamTrans is holding a series of outreach events. SamTrans staff will be providing riders with free Clipper cards (which would normally cost $3 without autoload) and will help explain how the new policy will more...

Five Great Ways to Have a Better 2020Five Great Ways to Have a Better 2020
By - posted 12/30/2019
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For many of us, the start of a new year is a time for recalibration and, for some, reinvention. Whether you are exploring veganism as atonement for holiday indulgences, starting a job search or resolving to exercise more or to learn a new language, San Francisco Public Library has it all, for more...

"Eataly" Huge Italian Food Hall Coming to the Bay in 2021“Eataly” Huge Italian Food Hall Coming to the Bay in 2021
By - posted 12/19/2019
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Eataly – the super popular and vibrant Italian marketplace with an array of authentic Italian restaurants, cafés, fresh counters, to-go eateries, bars and a variety of unique tailored educational experiences – just announced plans to open a new 51,000 square foot store at Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose, CA more...

New 4D Pop-up Experience Brings Alaska to SFNew 4D Pop-up Experience Brings Alaska to SF
By - posted 11/20/2019
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Powered by a mix of breathtaking film, 4D technology, and immersive sensations, this one-of-a-kind art installation will allow you to experience a year in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Prepare to be awed by America’s last great wilderness and get up close and personal with herds of caribou, arctic foxes, more...