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CMC Sundays: Instrument Petting Zoo, Free Classes and Jam Sessions on Sept. 10, 2017 Community Music Center welcomes the public to the Mission District Branch to try out an instrument or a class on CMC Sundays! Bring your instrument, your voice, your family, or a few friends – all are welcome! FREE! Highlights include
If you are like us, you’re tired of losing San Francisco artists and creatives to eviction and displacement because of skyrocketing housing costs. The good news is there is some recent money and support being set aside for affordable housing specifically for artists and nonprofit workers in SF. 18% of
Elon Musk’s ‘Hyperloop’ project is s high-speed train that wishes to eventually replace America’s old (and extremely slow) rail system. Initially Musk talked about the Hyperloop trains going 700 MPH, and getting passengers from LA to SF in under 30 minutes. But currently the train cars in his ‘test tube’
Guest Post By: The Staff of Street Sheet Yesterday, San Francisco broke an all-time high in temperature records and hit 106 degrees. It was hot, really hot—and it still is. The heat wave continues on this weekend, with Saturday slated to reach up to 93 degrees and Sunday, 83 degrees.
By James Gage Oakland is a town that knows how to get boozy. If its yeasty, fizzy, salt-rimmed, or citrus-infused, there’s a dimly lit hole-in-the-wall bar or glitzy cocktail spot in Oakland to enjoy it. This week, Bwe’re bringing you a comprehensive list of the best places to imbibe during
When big disasters strike in America, big beer stops beer production and instead cans drinking water for the Red Cross. Anheuser-Busch/InBev (owners of Budweiser/Stella/Shocktop etc.) are delivering over 155,000 cans of emergency drinking water to help communities in the Gulf Coast area in response to Hurricane Harvey. The water will
It was a beautiful day to march around and squash fascist ideology in San Francisco. While the much touted white supremacists cowered in their hotel rooms and presumably in their meth labs, San Franciscans rallied and marched all over our city in the name of love, equality, and human rights. There were