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20 Sep 2023

What to Wear to Folsom Street Fair

Now that Burning Man has come to its epic conclusion, it’s time for San Francisco to pivot and shift its focus to our next annual outdoor event. But the question for many first timers is what to wear to Folsom Street Fair? Late September is traditionally the time for Folsom

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19 Sep 2023

Best Bay Area Events for 9/19-9/25

Catch the Last Notes of Summer with Summer of Music! After 13 weeks, the Summer of Music is coming to a close with just two more weekends of free music around the city. Noise Pop and Civic Joy Fund’s free concert series has brought 500+ performances in 8 neighborhoods to

19 Sep 2023

SF Artists Challenge “Doom Loop” Narrative by Spotlighting Their Creative Spaces

ArtSpan’s annual SF Open Studios offers residents and tourists the free opportunity to engage directly with local artists by visiting their studio spaces. Visitors can expect to learn more about each creator’s work and process, and have the opportunity to purchase work directly.

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18 Sep 2023

These Are Local, Independent Media Outlets in the Bay Area

In 2010’s The Death and Life of American Journalism, newspaper veterans Robert McChesney and John Nichols let readers know it’s not actually the Internet’s fault traditional, community-based media went belly up. Granted, ad revenue guillotined by online posting sites such as Craigslist didn’t help. But, shocker to no one paying

15 Sep 2023

A Must-See: SF’s Newest Photographic Showcase “Uncanny Beauty”

Uncanny Beauty, the photographic show at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts, lives up to it’s name. Deftly curated by Emmanuelle Namont, it displays a selection of works from The Bay Area Photographers Collective. Tiny moments captured in the way that only a skilled photographer can float in white

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15 Sep 2023

Artist All-Call to Beautify Hayward with 2 Public Murals

It’s not every day that you stumble upon an artist all-call for a city project. Hayward is welcoming artist applications for the creation of two murals which will soon become the home of the Stack Youth and Family Center (The Stack Center). Phase 1 of the project will be started

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15 Sep 2023

Oakland Theater Project Brings Blood & Corpses to The Stage

A clown pulls himself through a pile of corpses. He’s just escaped the gallows by offering his janitorial services. It’s his lucky day? Welcome to Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus at The Oakland Theater Project. Blood, corpses, disgruntled maids and a very healthy dose of camp await you. Oh!

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