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A More Convenient Commute With PayPal + Muni's New App

There is a myriad of options available to San Francisco commuters— everything from Lyft and Uber to riding a bike and your own two feet, and of course, Muni. 

Hornblower Holiday Cruises Are Something to Cheer About

There’s a lot to celebrate over the holiday season. Gather yout friends, families and colleagues aboard a Hornblower cruise for gentle bay breezes, glittering waves, beautiful views, and the dramatic San Francisco skyline.

SF Open Studios Final Weekend: Saving the Best for Last

There's much to see and choose from as SF Open Studios closes its 2015 season. This weekend, the Mission, Castro, Bernal Heights, Noe Valley, Upper Market, and Glen Park all get into the act—and it’s clear that some of the very best artists have been saved for last.

10 Steps for Hosting a Successful Philanthropic Event

On Saturday, November 21st, the W Hotel will once again fill with hundreds of passionate, young people seeking to make a difference in the city. The evening, hosted by The San Francisco Social, promises an open bar, musical entertainment, photos ops, a VIP Coachella ticket raffle, and more, in support of the SF Child Abuse Prevention Center.

Tech, Money + Media Meet For First Cannabis Summit in SF

Silicon Valley’s technology and venture capital firms are starting to make big bets on legal cannabis. Whether it’s Y Combinator, Tao Capital, or TechCrunch Disrupt, pot is hot. 

5 Ways to Make Your Commute Work for You

News flash: there's a more efficient way to spend your commute than playing Candy Crush on your phone. Whether you're on Muni, grabbing a Lyft, or even walking to work, here are five ways to make your commute work for you. 

Jay Jeffers, Ken Fulk, and More Step Out for 34th Annual SF Fall Antiques Show

The 34th Annual San Francisco Fall Antiques Show came and went this month, taking a must-see collection of arts, antiques, and dealers from around the world with it. 

Amy Ahlstrom: Remixing the Urban Milieu of San Francisco Into Quilts

Here are two words you don’t see together very often: urban quilter. But that’s exactly how SF Open Studios artist Amy Ahlstrom describes herself.

12 Local Merchants Honored at 1st Annual Cause Local Effect Awards

dailyKarma, a mobile app launching soon to spread gratitude throughout the Bay Area, honored 12 local merchants at the first annual Cause Local Effect Awards at the Museum of Craft and Design last week. 

A Yacht of Reasons to Have Your Holiday Party on the Water

If you’ve ever looked out on the San Francisco Bay and noticed a festive ferry of partiers cruising under the Golden Gate Bridge, drinks in hand, chances are you've spotted one of Hornblower Cruises & Events magnificent sea crafts.

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