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Thursday, 26th November 2015

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San Francisco Beer and Music Festival

By on Nov 23, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Features, Festivals, Music

Rock Star Beer Productions held their first San Francisco Beer and Music Festival on November 21st. The Las Vegas company easily appealed to locals and sold out almost a week in advance. The event was outdoors at SOMA Streat food Park and showcased multiple local and regional breweries as well as local bands and DJ’s. There were over 50 craft beers to please your palate over and over again.

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Heroes & Villains Fan Fest

By on Nov 22, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Features, Festivals, Photography, Scene, Talks, Workshops & Conferences, TV

The first Heroes & Villains festival has gone and went in San Jose, CA. Passionate fans showed up as their favorite characters from the sci-fi, superhero and fantasy worlds. The event lasted two days and included exclusive panels, celebrity photo opportunities, kids area, and vendors for all your collectible figures, art and comic book needs.

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Brooklyn – Film Review

By on Nov 20, 2015 in Features, Film

Brooklyn tells the story of Ellis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), an Irish immigrant and her journey to find a place to call home. She leaves Ireland and sets off to the United States in the early 1950s, naïve and untouched by the world, she looks out to make a better life for herself in America.

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The Kid Thing – New Conservatory Theatre Center

By on Nov 18, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Features, Theatre & Musicals

You can catch the Bay Area debut of, “The Kid Thing” directed by Becca Wolff, at the New Conservatory Theatre Center until December 13. The play written by playwright Sarah Gubbins was the winner of the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Play 2012 and an Edgarton Foundation New American Play Prize.

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Treasure Island – Toxic Getaway

By on Nov 15, 2015 in Community, Photography, Travel

When driving between Oakland and San Francisco you’ll see an exit midway that goes towards Treasure Island. It was a Navy base from 1942 to 1997. You will find beautiful views of the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge there. You will also find abandoned buildings and toxic asbestos warnings everywhere.

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She’s Back – Missy Elliott’s New Video

By on Nov 12, 2015 in Music

Missy fans are rejoicing today! Missy Elliott dropped a video for WTF (Where They From) ft. Pharrell Williams and the Internet is going bonkers. It didn’t become apparent to her that she was extremely missed until a gig with Katy Perry during the Super Bowl. Fans came out in droves to welcome the singer back via Twitter while the young ones wondered who she was. They were easily forgiven, as they immediately recognized what the rest of us already knew, Missy is the best! Now, where can I get one of those puppets made to look like me. Check it out below.

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Fight For $15 Supporters Come Out in Oakland

By on Nov 10, 2015 in Community, Features, Photography, Scene

Workers in over 200 cities came out today to demand livable wages. The majority of low wageworkers are adults trying to make ends meet. It’s no longer a “transitioning teen” job into the workforce. In addition, women hold the majority of low earning jobs. The demographic the wages hurt in Oakland were apparent, families.

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Art San Diego 2015

By on Nov 6, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Festivals, Photography

The highly anticipated spectrum art show event in Balboa Park’s Activity Center, Art San Diego, takes place from November 5-8, 2015 and showcases art from over 500 artists, exhibitions, art labs and galleries.

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Riverdance 20th Anniversary Tour

By on Nov 5, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Dance, Shows, Theatre & Musicals, Travel

You have until November 8th to check out the 20th anniversary show of Riverdance at SHN Golden Gate Theatre. The popular show comes from a sold out run across Europe and Asia. Over 20 dancers bring this show to life including an Irish troupe, Flamenco and Urban dancers. Not many people seem to know this as its not emphasized in its advertising.

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Dia De Los Muertos San Francisco

By on Nov 3, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Community, Features, Festivals

Hundreds of people came out on Monday, November 2 to participate in the annual Dia De Los Muertos festival on Mission Street. There were Altars organized by the Marigold Project set up in Garfield Park prior to the parade. The Altars varied from deeply personal, to school projects, to political ones dedicated to those that have been evicted due to gentrification.

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Burnt – Film Review

By on Oct 30, 2015 in Film

Burnt is much more than a cooking movie, it is about redemption and humility in the face of greatness. Directed by John Wells and written by Steven Knight, the two come together to create a story that is filled with drama and edginess at every corner.

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The Uber Kittens Are Coming!

By on Oct 28, 2015 in Community, Fundraisers & Charities, Pets

Uber along with participating shelters in over 50 cities will be delivering kittens on Thursday, October 29 for playtime and adoption. Can you think of a better way to celebrate National Cat Day?!

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Beautiful and Unusual Bookshelves You’d Want in Your Home

By on Oct 5, 2015 in Books & Poetry

We’ve rounded up 10 beautiful ideas on how to display books in your home. Let us know which one’s your favorite. 1. Candle-lit bookshelf 2. Fluid bookshelf 3. Skateboards bookshelf 4. TV bookshelf 5. Guitar bookshelf 6. Plumbing bookshelf 7. Bathroom bookshelf 8. Leather and wood bookshelf 9. Tardis bookshelf 10. Clothespin...

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The Intern – Film Review

By on Sep 25, 2015 in Film

Nancy Meyers is known for making romantic comedies that explore the ins and outs of relationships at any age. In her movies, The Holiday, Something’s Gotta Give and It’s Complicated, her female roles regularly feature smart women who don’t always understand their place in a new or existing relationship. In her new movie The Intern, she takes her usual romantic comedy tropes and places them in a movie about a 70-year-old widowed man, Ben Whitaker (Robert Deniro),…

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Pope Francis U.S. Visit & Schedule

By on Sep 22, 2015 in News

Pope Francis arrived today at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and was greeted by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and their families. It’s rare for a President to go out and greet important guests upon landing. They’re usually met with at the White House. However, the 266th Pope is no stranger to first as he is the first Latin American to lead the Roman Catholic Church and will also be the first Pope to address Congress on Thursday.

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Baby Meets Cat For First Time

By on Aug 29, 2015 in Humor, Pets

Cats need to be prepared for a new baby prior to the little bundle’s arrival. Cats are mostly creatures of habit and tend not to do well with change. Here are a few tips to help make the introduction a safe and loving exchange. May your baby be all smiles like the baby in the video below. Play baby sounds so they get use to it, especially crying noises. Let them explore and investigate the baby’s furniture at least a few weeks before arrival. Probably a good idea with or without a pet to set up the nursery in...

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Sad News For Turkey Bacon Lovers

By on Aug 26, 2015 in Health & Beauty, News

Kraft Heinz Foods Company, a Newberry, S.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 2,068,467 pounds of turkey bacon products that may be adulterated because it may spoil before the “Best When Used By” date, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. According to their classification the situation is considered a low health risk. The turkey bacon was produced between May 31, 2015, and August 6, 2015.

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Janelle Monae, Jidenna, and Wondaland Lead March Down Mission Street

By on Aug 24, 2015 in Community, Features, Photography, Scene

Several hundred people showed up in solidarity at Mission & 24th Street BART plaza in San Francisco to call out mass incarceration and police terror on Sunday, August 23, 2015. Families who’ve lost loved ones to police brutality and abuse of power were present to speak about the injustices that occurred, and the pain they experience from their loss.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Trailer

By on Jul 10, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Talks, Workshops & Conferences, TV

Walking Dead fans are going crazy at the newly released trailer for Season 6. Those attending the panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H got the first peak at the almost 4 minute video. The series will return Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. with a special 90-minute episode.  What do you...

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NYC Parade for Women’s World Cup Champions

By on Jul 7, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Community, News, Scene

New York City will hold a ticker-tape parade to celebrate the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s World Cup victory on Friday starting at 11 a.m. The parade will start in Battery Park; go along Broadway and end at City Hall Park. This route is also known as the Canyon of Heroes.

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