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5 Topics Everyone Will Be Discussing over Brunch

Exciting new developments for our fave coffee shops and music companies, San Francisco comes out on top for public transport, and more news from the past week.

Sean Hayes Stars in "An Act of God" at SHN Golden Gate Theatre

After conquering Broadway, God is coming to San Francisco for the first time ever!

Watch The Blue Angels at These 5 Amazing View Points

With Fleet Week just around the corner, it's time to start making your plans.

We Wanna Be Friends With Andrew Hart, 96.5 KOIT Morning Show Host

You’ve heard his voice. Now meet the man. As of July 2015, Andrew Hart is the youngest morning show host to take over the airwaves on the Bay Area station 96.5 KOIT.

How to Spend 50 Perfect Hours in Novato

Just a hop from Wine Country, Novato features exciting museums and a countryside dotted with lush rolling hills.

Litquake 2015 Rumbles Through Bay Area

Litquake, San Francisco’s literary festival, is shaking up the Bay Area once again with nine days of programming that reflects our region's unique fascinations and obsessions. Here's what to bookmark.

Weekend Guide: Ocean Beach Music Fest, Fleet Week & Sunrise Hikes

Live music, air shows, and dance performances? This is going to be the best weekend ever.

Potrero Hill House Sells for Record-Breaking $9.5 Million

Just when we thought there were still a couple neighborhoods left where a girl can live for a modest price in San Francisco, we heard about this record-breaking deal. 

Creativity Is the Antidote to Crisis in Two New Exhibits at Museum of Craft + Design

When do politics become personal? For the artists now on view in two exhibitions at San Francisco's Museum of Craft and Design, the answer is: everyday.

Neighborhood Guide: What to Do in Temescal

Chances are that you're already familiar with the delights of Temescal Alley. But while you're making your way over for doughnuts and handmade jewelry, don't neglect the other shops and restaurants making this North Oakland neighborhood the charming locale that it is. From vintage wares to stinky cheese and stiff drinks, there's something for everyone.

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