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'Tis the Season for Science at the California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences Reindeer

Now that the air is crisp, the days are shorter, and ice skating rinks are everywhere, it definitely feels like the holidays. But the Cal Academy of Sciences has made it official with their 'Tis the Season for Science series, which will delight visitors through January 6th.

The SF Symphony's Holiday Season is Heating Up

SF Symphony

The SF Symphony's holiday concert lineup is really heating up. Whether you've got a hot date, or want to take friends from out of town for a special night on the town, be sure to grab tickets to one of the Symphony's winter concerts as soon as you can, because they're selling out fast.

Win a Gorgeous 14KT Gold Necklace from Julia O'Reilly Designs!

When you're buying jewelry for someone special, you want the pieces to be gorgeous and, better yet, as unique as the person you're giving them to. Local jewelry designer Julia O'Reilly Designs, which was voted Best Local Jewelry Designer in the East Bay in 2012, is the perfect way to kill both birds with one stone.

Eleven Local Gifts You Can Feel Good About Giving

Sometimes finding all your holiday gifts in big-box stores can leave you feeling a little empty inside, which is why we prefer to buy local products whenever possible! That's where Inner City Advisors (ICA) comes in.

The Future of Live Music Promotion in San Francisco

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Today's heavily social media and mobile-infused environment is changing the live music landscape. There are already two billion music fans walking around with mobile phones – that’s nearly double the current number of Facebook users.  

Seven JumpstartMD Tips to Avoid Seven Extra Holiday Pounds

Holiday Champagne

Here are healthy holiday tips from JumpstartMD, Northern California’s largest medical practice dedicated to weight management.

The Dinner Party Project Returns: Mind Your SPQRs and AQs

Dinner Party Project

Based on the overwhelming popularity of the summer series, SF Chefs is pleased to announce an expansion of the Dinner Party Project.

Win Tickets to See Judy Collins with the SF Symphony!

Judy Collins

The music of Grammy® Award-winning singer and songwriting legend Judy Collins has been the soundtrack to many lives. With her contemplative songs, creamy voice, and heart-felt delivery, she has been enthralling her fans for many years. She's coming to San Francisco on December 19th to play with our esteemed SF Symphony, and you won't want to miss it.

See the Works of Over 80 Artists at the 44th Annual ICB Winter Open Studios

The thriving artists community based in Sausalito known as the ICB Artists Association is holding its 44th annual Winter Open Studios the weekend of December 1 and 2, where the public can peruse the diverse works of over 80 extraordinarily talented artists who create paintings, sculptures, photography, digital media, jewelry, printmaking, fiber arts and much more.

The Bazaar Bizarre Holiday Show Returns This December!

Bazaar Bizarre

The Bazaar Bizarre is back for the holidays for the sixth year in a row! Come December 1 and 2 at the Concourse Exhibtion Center, the free event opens its doors to the masses who are in search of handmade, quality gifts and a chance to get their DIY on.

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