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GLIDE’s Annual Holiday Jam returns this week to celebrate Reverend Cecil Williams's 60th anniversary with the organization. The live concert will take place at the Masonic Auditorium on Thursday, November 9.
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There were a lot of music options in SF over the weekend, but you missed out if you didn’t get down to see the long-time favorite — and free! — Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.
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IKEA San Francisco will celebrate its grand opening at the 945 Market Street location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
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Latin rhythms will be reverberating in the Mission tonight (Friday 7/14) as the live music and entertainment event Fiesta Latina brings the beats to venue Brick & Mortar Music Hall.
The 53rd annual SF Pride Celebration and Parade brought the color, the community, and the crowds to the streets of San Francisco over the weekend.
Kids' clothing store The Kira Shop was able to reopen its doors last week, months after a fire caused the Inner Sunset shop to close temporarily.
The city of San Francisco kicked off its Juneteenth celebrations with the first annual Juneteenth Parade on Saturday.
Salsa, samba, and a host of other Latin rhythms reverberated throughout the Mission District this weekend as locals and visitors alike converged to celebrate the 45th Carnaval.
Revelers braved the elements on Sunday to gather in Oakland and celebrate the sixth annual Black Joy Parade and Festival.
Rain didn’t dampen the new year spirit over the weekend as participants and onlookers alike converged on downtown to celebrate the 2023 Alaska Airlines Chinese New Year Parade on Saturday night.
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair signaled the arrival of the holiday season as it celebrated opening weekend at the Cow Palace.
The SF SPCA and Macy’s unveiled their holiday windows at Union Square on Friday. And this year’s windows saw the return of live adoptable kittens and puppies for the first time since 2019.
Hundreds gathered in the Mission District Wednesday night for the annual Día de los Muertos procession, the first in-person event since 2019.