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Three Things to Do This Weekend

Three Things to Do This Weekend


Unsure of what to do this weekend? Try out these ideas.

The Final 7! Vote Now For the 2012 Hot 20

Here it is! Your top seven picks for the movers and shakers of San Francisco.


The winner of the popular vote will appear in 7x7's October 2012 issue!

SF Arts Commission Gallery Debuts "Air & Space Museum" and "Visible Horizons"


Your walk through Civic Center just got more interesting. Beyond the Jun Kaneko heads outside the War Memorial building and the 24-foot red lotus outside the Asian Art Museum is the new window display "Air & Space Museum," which transforms the storefront space at 155 Grove into a botanical garden of sorts. Local artist Randy Colosky (who's been all over SF of late, with shows at Gallery Hijinks, Museum of Craft and Folk Art, and Incline Gallery) has built a synthetic growing station that will yield an array of plants over the course of the exhibition. Now that's a work in progress.

SF Dogma: An SF SPCA Event in Support of Pet Adoptions

Dogma 2012

On Patricia's Green in Hayes Valley: Octavia Blvd. between Hayes and Fell | September 30, 2012 | 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

SF Dogma: AN SF SPCA Event in Support of Pet Adoptions

Join the second annual festival of petcentricity, in the heart of the City. Meet local artisans, merchants, and proprietors of all things pet-related. Enter your critter in the popular and fiercely competitive talent competition. It's one of our liveliest street fairs where petlovers come to meetup, catchup—and possibly pickup a new furry friend: save a life, change the world, have a ball.


When SFMTA Suddenly Takes Away Parking Spots

When Muni Suddenly Takes Away Parking Spots

Dear Parking Guru,
I just received a ticket on Howard between Steuart and The Embarcadero on the South side of the street (the ballpark side). It was for 7.2.25 Red Zone and the fine is $98. There used to be meters here and they suddenly took them away. I was just assuming that they were changing the meters to the new, hungrier meters and that I happened to catch a free day. Much to my chagrin, that was not the case. I cannot figure out why it was for a red zone.  How do I contest this and have half a chance at winning?  Will they just say, "We're right, you're wrong, pay the money, MUNI needs a new pair of shoes"?
Keep Up the Good Work,

Ask A Vet: My Indoor Cat Keeps Trying to Get Outside!

Ask A Vet: My Indoor Cat Keeps Trying to Get Outside!

Welcome to our weekly 'Ask a Vet from the SF SPCA' feature on Dr. Jeannine Berger, DVM, DACVB is a board certified veterinary behaviorist who counsels guardians whose pets’ issues are beyond the scope of training. Think of her as a pet shrink…at your service. Ask your own questions in the comments!

Seven Favorite Things: Uniqlo Men's & Women's Wear + the Scoop on the New Union Square Pop-up!

The cult-loved Japanese clothing chain, Uniqlo, just made their much anticipated West Coast debut -- a bit early and via pop-up.

Yesterday, they opened doors to the Uniqlo Pop Up Experience (117 Post, at Kearny), a tech-inspired teaser shop, generating hype for the opening of their Powell St. flagship store later this fall.

San Francisco Film Society Announces Ted Hope as New Director

San Francisco Film Society Announces Ted Hope as New Director

Yesterday the San Francisco Film Society broke some incredibly exciting news, announcing that indie bigwig Ted Hope would be stepping up to the plate as the new executive director of the San Francisco Film Society.

Let me offer this analogy for those to whom the impact of this isn't immediately apparent (or who don't spend as much time scrutinizing film credits as I do):

The Top 7 DJs Playing Outside Lands' Heineken Dome

The Top 7 DJs Playing Outside Lands' Heineken Dome

Outside Lands is back this year with a wicked lineup of some great DJs. If you're headed out to Golden Gate Park this weekend, just remember to keep your ears peeled for these seven heavy hitters behind the decks.

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