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Boardsports 1200 Clay map San Francisco North Beach/ Chinatown
When the ancient Polynesians invented surfing, they often used a paddle to help them navigate. Fast-forward a few millennia, and Stand-Up Paddleboarding, or SUP, finds itself trendy again. Part of its increasing popularity is that standing upright allows surfers to spot waves more easily and thus catch more of them, More
Eric Kipp may be brilliant. Without a doubt, the spirit of San Francisco itself pulses quickly in his veins, because he is the creator of Hiking Yoga. It's exactly what it sounds like; you follow the charge up one of our butt-bustin' hills, and once you're up there, the organizer/sherpas More
As a self-described "logical extension of a free public library," our local free walking-tour company is, like most libraries, a fascinating mash of nerdy and white-hot rad. The San Francisco City Guides walking tours happen every day (except major holidays), are free, and follow in the footsteps of hypereducated history More
California Academy of Sciences 55 Music Concourse map San Francisco Richmond (Inner)
In ancient Rome, the god of fertility was honored in February, with ceremonial love lotteries and mock-floggings with a bloody goatskin. Even those are a pale reflection of truly bizarre courtships that unfold in the natural world. For example, the common garden snail is a hermaphrodite that carries both sets More
Harvey's 500 Castro map San Francisco Castro/ Noe Valley
Tuesdays, 9 p.m.
Comedy shows in bars can be an odd mix, especially when a birthday or bachelorette party means lots of stiff drinks and dildos strapped to the heads of the women tearing it up in their final hours before marriage. These giggling “dickheads” can be a comedian’s worst nightmare, as the More
Tuesdays, 10 p.m.
Weekends are for amateurs — the really good stuff happens during the week. Well, that might be a little hyperbolic, but it's certainly true in the case of High Fantasy. Going on for several years now, the weekly Tuesday night party at Aunt Charlie's is your midweek destination for a More
The Stud 399 Ninth St. map San Francisco South of Market
Tuesdays, 11 p.m.
We like our gay bars like we like our women — rough around the edges and with as little cover as possible. With its bordello-esque atmosphere and cheap drinks, it's no surprise that The Stud, one of the city's oldest gay bars, still reigns supreme. Sure, it can be a More
Legion of Honor 100 34th Ave. map San Francisco Richmond (Outer)
The Legion of Honor today reopens its incredible French period room, The Salon Doré. The type of room, particular to pre-revolutionary France, was called the salon de compagnie, or salon for conversation. "There was no eating," explains the Legion's curator of European decorative arts and sculpture, Martin Chapman. "They More
Make-Out Room 3225 22nd St. map San Francisco Mission/ Bernal Heights
Third Tuesday of every month, 8 p.m.
Write Club is literature-as-bloodsport: Two writers rep opposing ideas over three rounds of seven minutes each. Started in Chicago, this high-energy series now has posts in Atlanta, Athens, Los Angeles, Toronto, and here. On the third Tuesday of every month, hosts Casey Childers and Steven Westdahl ("the cornermen") host an More
Mondays-Fridays, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
The Gold Club World Class Gentlemen’s Club and Restaurant present the All You Can Eat FREE BUFFET! This lunch featuring country fried chicken, crumb crusted mac and cheese, homemade lasagna and more has won Best of San Francisco four years in a row. Enjoy an award-winning lunch Monday through Friday More
Third Tuesday of every month, 7 p.m.
Each two-hour workshop allows members of the community to plan and create a beautiful mural; no artistic experience necessary. More
Tuesdays, 10 p.m.
Through Dec. 31, 2017, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Download the free Geotourist app on your smartphone and take the audio tour created by the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter. The sel-guided tour features the City Hall, visual and performing arts venues, religious temples and more, across the city, all built before 1950. More
This bilingual exhibit follows the course of Chinese-American immigration from the 19th century to today via photographs, artifacts, and historical narratives. More
Interactive historical walking tours led by local comedians. More
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