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The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show Returns This Month

The 34th Annual San Francisco Fall Antiques Show returns this month, October 22-25, with a must-see collection of arts, antiques, and dealers from around the world. 

Robots and Donuts: The Art of Eric Joyner at SF Open Studios

SF Open Studios artist Eric Joyner works out of the shipyard at Hunters Point. After years of painting pictures for other people, he decided, “to only paint things that I liked.” 

Make Your Holiday Party Shine at W San Francisco

Want to take the hassle out of holiday party planning this season? Guarantee your guests a celebration they won’t forget by booking a night at the W San Francisco Hotel. 

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!

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.

Want a Luxe Tahoe Escape on the Cheap? Of Course You Do.

In need of a luxurious Tahoe getaway but stuck on a post-summer budget? Happily, fall is the most affordable time to visit the North Shore.

Bay Area Food Stars Come Out to Eat, Drink, and Be Literary

Litquake salutes the pairing of books and food with a daylong celebration featuring nationally-acclaimed chefs and authors.

CJM's Night at the Jewseum Celebrates Amy Winehouse + the Days of Awe

Night at the Jewseum, the Contemporary Jewish Museum's quarterly event for the after-work crowd, is ever-changing, thematically inspired by current exhibitions and Jewish holidays. This past Thursday, the night revolved around the exhibition Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait as well as the Days of Awe—the 10 days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur*. 

Join the Fight Against Breast Cancer by Signing Up for the Making Strides Walk

One in every eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Want to help combat this disease that affects our moms, sisters, and friends? Join the American Cancer Society's Making Strides walk for breast cancer research this October in Golden Gate Park. 

Kitchit Wants to Turn Your Dinner Into a Party

While dinner parties can seem great in theory (friends laughing late into the night, sharing stories over delicious bites and free-flowing wine) the reality is that most friend-filled evenings will leave you with too many bags of chips and a sink full of dirty dishes. For those who love to entertain, but are short on time and patience, here's the solution you've been waiting for. 

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