Month: November 2017

Off The Menu: The Snug—The Coziest Bar on Fillmore

A good pub in the fall is a respite like no other. The Snug on Fillmore Street opens its doors this month, providing all the cozy comfort food and cocktails to warm up Pacific Heights. With sustainability and originality in mind, the creators of The Snug have curated a menu that is both familiar and […]

Abandoned Divisadero Theater Gets A New Lease (No Pun Intended) On Life

The Harding Theater which has been closed for years is getting a new lease on life, welcome Emporium SF. And in case you had no background of the theater itself, The Harding Theater was built in 1926 by local theater owner Samuel H. Levin who hired Reid Brothers architects. The theater opened April 8, 1926 with […]

Off The Menu: A Community Coffee Space Caffeinates P.O.C in Oakland

Where life can breath a little deeper, the scent of roasted grounds at Hasta Muerte have arrived. Recently opened for business, this space is like no other in Oakland—a new Latinx-owned collective that raised over $35,000 on Kickstarter has made their new lease on life. “We are committed to nurturing community while serving the best […]

Christmas Tree, You’re Drunk: Westfield Mall Puts… Down Second Annual Christmas Tree

In case you didn’t want to be surrounded by the Union Square crowd. While the official lighting will happen on November 30, shoppers can see it in all of its inverted glory. And if you can believe it, San Francisco started this trend just last year. Beginning to break social media with it’s larger than life […]

8 Local Drag Queens Who Are Leading The Bay Area Drag Scene

Support your local girls and tip them, a tried and true statement at any drag show. As we come into the end of 2017, we’ve worked, noticed, and Instagram stalked the working girls who never cease to amaze us. If you haven’t been to one of their shows, we suggest you follow them on Instagram […]

Here’s What You Should Be Doing Post-Thanksgiving This Weekend

How do you top the gravy-soaked, elastic waistbanded glory otherwise known as Thanksgiving? You may not quite be able to beat it, but here are some great follow-up ideas for your long holiday weekend. Walk off the Mashed Potatoes When: Thursday morning through Sunday afternoon; various times Where: All over San Francisco Why: If you […]

Did You Know Window XP’s Most Famous Background Was Shot In Sonoma? No?

Yes, you better believe it. The desktop background that has legendarily been bestowed the title of “Bliss” was not shot in the hills of Ireland, but rather, Sonoma.  Taken in 1996 on a road that cuts through California’s wine country (the photographer claims the photo wasn’t digitally enhanced at all). Bliss was the image that every […]

A SF Poop Map You Didn’t Know You Needed… Or Didn’t

Human feces has been a point of contempt among the SF population. And now, it’s been recorded in an interactive Google map. The “cute” map entitled Human Wasteland marks the highest point of poop to the one off occasions in your neighborhood. It uses human waste reports made to 311 in San Francisco from DataSF and […]

West Coast Craft Style: The Cool Kids Of This Vetted Makers Fair

Because the makers who are involved attract the stylish people who buy. Walking around West Coast Craft fair this year, you could feel, vibe, and smell the air of extreme competition. Essentially, these were the olympics of small businesses all vying for your upmost attention. The best of the best finely vetted with mainstays and […]

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