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Check Out SF's Brand New Huge Immersive Galactic ForestCheck Out SF’s Brand New Huge Immersive Galactic Forest
By - posted 10/14/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Get Out: Events, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco

One of the country’s premier experimental and performance art organizations, Gray Area, is proud to reveal a collaboration with the newly-formed Bay Area-based artist collective, Numina Studio, to create Nocturne X — a new, large-scale, three-month immersive exhibition opening Friday, October 15. Nocturne X Gray Area 2665 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94110 Hours of Operation Tuesday–Sunday 12:00PM–8:00PM The run is more...

San Francisco Trolley Dances Return October 16-17San Francisco Trolley Dances Return October 16-17
By - posted 10/12/2021
Festival Updates, Only in San Francisco, Reopening, San Francisco, Transportation

Epiphany Dance Theater has announced the program for the 18th annual San Francisco Trolley Dances (SFTD), which will be offered both in-person as well as online over the weekend of October 16 – 17, 2021 This year’s route begins at Rikki Streicher Field in the Castro before heading to one of more...

SF's "Terror Vault" 1874 Haunted House is Back ($10 Off Tix)SF’s “Terror Vault” 1874 Haunted House is Back ($10 Off Tix)
By - posted 10/10/2021
Bay Area Favorites, Deals, Get Out: Events, Halloween, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco, Sponsored

Part theatre, part haunted maze, and part escape room, San Francisco’s premiere haunted attraction returns for 2021 with “Immortal Reckoning” an all-new, bigger, and more terrifying immersive experience from the insane mind of Peaches Christ. San Francisco’s ‘Immortal Reckoning’ makes it feel good to be scared again – San Francisco Chronicle Filled with top more...

SF's Lighted Forest Returns to Golden Gate Park on Dec. 2SF’s Lighted Forest Returns to Golden Gate Park on Dec. 2
By - posted 10/7/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Parks & Beaches

San Francisco’s popular illuminated forest, Entwined, returns to Golden Gate Park’s Peacock Meadow, from December 2, 2021 through February 1, 2022. During the pandemic, this dazzling forest of lights entranced park goers and quickly became a popular evening destination for Bay Area residents and visitors alike. In the returning year of more...

Beat LA! SF City Hall Lights Up Orange for the GiantsBeat LA! SF City Hall Lights Up Orange for the Giants
By - posted 10/7/2021
Only in San Francisco

San Francisco’s City Hall and its 220+ state-of-the-art LED lighting fixtures will illuminate in orange to support the SF Giants as they take on the LA Dodgers in the playoffs for the first time ever in the modern era! City Hall Lighting Schedule Friday, October 9, 2021 San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles more...

SF Unanimously Approves Cannabis Equity LegislationSF Unanimously Approves Cannabis Equity Legislation
By - posted 10/6/2021
Only in San Francisco

The Board of Supervisors yesterday unanimously passed legislation introduced by Mayor London N. Breed to enhance the impact of the City’s Cannabis Equity Program and support all cannabis businesses in San Francisco. The legislation builds on the Program’s original goal to combat disparities in the cannabis industry by establishing a more...

Which Neighborhoods Are in SF's First "Eviction Free Zone"Which Neighborhoods Are in SF’s First “Eviction Free Zone”
By - posted 10/4/2021
Bay Area Updates, Getting Help, Housing, Only in San Francisco

With California’s eviction moratorium now expired and leaving hundreds of thousands of tenants who can’t pay their rent vulnerable, San Francisco Supervisor Dean Preston on Friday declared his district an “Eviction Free Zone.” Preston’s district includes neighborhoods like Hayes Valley, the Fillmore, Japantown, Lower Pacific Heights, Western Addition, Cole Valley, more...

SF's Chinatown Car Show & "All You Can Eat" Dim Sum PartySF’s Chinatown Car Show & “All You Can Eat” Dim Sum Party
By - posted 10/1/2021
Get Out: Events, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco

Are you looking for a cool event to go to? Look no further than the Chinatown Car Weekend Car Show presented by TPS Motorsports, ImaginAsian, and Chinatown Merchants United Association of SF. Not only will there be amazing cars but it’s held in historic Chinatown San Francisco on Grant Ave more...

Why SF Fav "El Farolito" Can't Open in North BeachWhy SF Fav “El Farolito” Can’t Open in North Beach
By - posted 9/28/2021
Bay Area Updates, Eat & Drink, Only in San Francisco

Voted “The Most Life-Changing Burrito in America,” taqueria El Farolito was tentatively scheduled to open up a brand new location in North Beach. The new North Beach restaurant would have been its 4th location in The City and its 13th location around The Bay. However, SF Gate recently shared the news that its more...

SF's Immersive Art Museum Reopens for First Time in 2 YearsSF’s Immersive Art Museum Reopens for First Time in 2 Years
By - posted 9/27/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Museums / Cultural Institutions, Only in San Francisco, Reopening, What's Closed / What's Open

For the first time in two years, San Francisco’s Gregangelo Museum has reopened. The Gregangelo Museum is the private home of the acclaimed native San Francisco artist. It is an impassioned multi-faceted immersive experience created over a span of 40 years and continuing. The house is a labyrinth of ornate rooms, each more...

Pranksters Turn Empty SF Google Office into Spirit Halloween StorePranksters Turn Empty SF Google Office into Spirit Halloween Store
By - posted 9/23/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Halloween, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco

Thanks to SF Gate and KRON4 for letting us know how prank artist Danielle Baskin converted an empty Google Office in SoMa in SF into what looked like a brand new “Spirit Halloween” store on Monday afternoon. Led by prank artist Danielle Baskin, a group of 11 set out to make more...

SF Might Make GG Park's JFK Drive Car-Free for GoodSF Might Make GG Park’s JFK Drive Car-Free for Good
By - posted 9/22/2021
Bay Area Updates, Have Your Voice Heard, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy

Today, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) and the SFMTA are jointly launching the Golden Gate Park Access and Safety Program, an effort to consider a post-pandemic set of closed or restricted access streets and mobility choices in San Francisco’s most iconic park. During the first weeks of the pandemic, more...

Where (and Why) SF Marathon Runners Will Need to Wear MasksWhere (and Why) SF Marathon Runners Will Need to Wear Masks
By - posted 9/18/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco

Thanks to KCBS for letting us know that for some portions of the San Francisco Marathon which takes place on Sunday, September 19, 2021, runners will need to wear masks. The race’s health protocols state that National Park property requires all runners to wear masks – there are two sections where more...

Cable Cars Are Back After 9 Day Shutdown on Sat. 9/18Cable Cars Are Back After 9 Day Shutdown on Sat. 9/18
By - posted 9/17/2021
Bay Area Updates, Only in San Francisco, Reopening, Transportation

SFMTA just announced the good news on Twitter. Thankfully, San Francisco’s iconic cable cars are finally returning after a 9 day shut down. SFMTA’s Cable Car Shutdown Update – September 13, 20221 On Thursday, September 9 at approximately 1:30 p.m., the fire suppression system in the electrical room at the Cable Car more...

SF's "Flower Piano" Festival is Back September 17-21SF’s “Flower Piano” Festival is Back September 17-21
By - posted 9/17/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Bay Area Favorites, Fairs & Festivals, Festival Updates, Museums / Cultural Institutions, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Reopening

San Francisco Botanical Garden and Sunset Piano are excited to present one of the most unique, creative, and innovative events in the Bay Area. After five successful years, and a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic, we are excited to bring back Flower Piano to transform San Francisco Botanical more...