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38th Annual San Rafael Holiday Parade & Winter Wonderland

San Rafael, one of the most charming towns within the Bay Area, will once again lure in revelers and merrymakers of all stripes for its annual Holiday Parade & Winter Wonderland!  A month-long celebration of the holiday season, the Winter Wonderland itself lasts from the weekend of Thanksgiving until Christmas and features plenty of decorations, activities, shops, restaurants, and other delights that will satisfy even the most scrooge-like among us.  The real fun, however, begins on November 24th, the day after Thanksgiving, when a parade and light show will kick off the Winter Wonderland. Read the rest »

San Francisco International Hip Hop Dance Festival

In 1993, a popular and incredibly skilled hip-hop dance teacher in San Francisco named Micaya decided to start putting on her own shows.  Funded largely by her own means and the donations of friends and family, Micaya’s shows were an immediate success, and they began selling out almost immediately.  Read the rest »

Napa Valley Film Festival

What pairs better than film and wine? Let us know if you have any ideas! Until then, prepare yourself because from November 8th until November 12th the official 2017 Napa Valley Film Festival will be taking place, scratching the itch of both wine and film enthusiasts with its union of great feature films and stunning wines supplied by legendary Napa Valley vineyards. Read the rest »

Castro Street Fair This Sunday!

This Sunday, the first of October, a very special event will take place in San Francisco’s famous Castro neighborhood. Known as one one of the most welcoming neighborhoods in the country for LGBTQ individuals, the Castro has long been home to some of the the City by the Bay’s most daring and convention-bucking festivals, fairs, and art happenings. The Castro Street Fair is a time for all of the district’s already notable personalities and creators to get together in one large celebration of creativity and passion. Read the rest »

Litquake 2017

Fans of literature rejoice! From October 6-14 the great city of San Francisco will host the annual Litquake, an event that rejoices in books, letters, writers, and everything in between. Read the rest »

San Francisco Map Fair at The Lodge

There is something about old maps that stirs us deep within.  Seeing a drawing of a now familiar land mass rendered unusual due to the lack of contemporary structures, seeing a drawing that is meant to convey a comprehensive image of a place rather than a functional series of directions on how to make it from point A to point B by taking the fastest root causes us to feel a sense of possibility that, quite frankly, few modern experiences can recreate.   Read the rest »

22nd Annual Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair

Bibliophiles know that the end of the summer and the beginning of the fall is the season for book fairs. From New York to Berlin, the shorter days and the colder nights encourage people of all sorts to stay indoors and curl up on the couch with a good piece of literature (or maybe just something to take your mind off of the woes of the world). Read the rest »

Disco and Roller Skating at Pier 39

San Francisco is known for many things.  Its diverse cultural representation, its vibrant arts scene, and the role it played in American counter-cultural tradition are only a few of the more storied elements from the Bay Area’s recent past.  For many visitors, the most memorable part of San Francisco are the areas like Chinatown, the Haight-Ashbury district, or Fisherman’s Wharf.   Read the rest »

7th Annual Bay Area Blues Festival

Longtime residents of the Bay Area might recall two end-of-summer festivals that have long been favorites for fans of street fairs and live music.  We are referring to The Downtown Martinez Italian Street Painting Festival and the Polk Street Blues Festival (the latter of which was held in San Francisco, along (surprise!) Polk Street).  Operating independently of one another, these two events brought in thousands of visitors to the Bay Area, giving an audience to scores of painters as well as musicians during the weekends of their operation. Read the rest »

26th Annual SF Fringe Festival

Theatergoers will no doubt be familiar with the famous Fringe Festival that takes place in Edinburgh, Scotland.  A watershed moment in global theatrical production, every year the Fringe Festival attracts some of the best and most cutting edge producers of theater, comedy, music, and performances of an unclassifiable sort to its roster, and every year those who attend the Fringe Festival come away knowing that they had the opportunity to see something that will soon change the art world’s landscape forever. Read the rest »

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