4+1 Street Art Locations in San Francisco’s Mission District

Written by: Neli Stoilova Where to go in the Mission District if you have a limited time but you want to experience street art the best way? Nothing reflects current events better than street art. Do you know where to find the best one though? San Francisco ranks in the top three cities in the US for murals, just behind Los Angeles and Chicago. There are hundreds of murals scattered…

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Fuckup Nights USA: Speakers Wanted

Following our passion for storytelling and entrepreneurship we came across an opportunity to start organizing FuckUp Nights in San Francisco. Before, these event series were organized in bars or clubs. Now instead of closed spaces we are doing them online for the whole world to watch! Failure is a part of any success story, but we don't talk about it enough. We've all been to plenty of events where people…

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Why is the Golden Gate Bridge Singing? (Video)
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco producing strange sounds

Why is the Golden Gate Bridge Singing? (Video)

The world-famous Golden Gate Bridge started producing unusual sounds over the last week as the winds in the San Francisco Bay went up to 27.7mph WNW. As much as I would‘ve loved this eerie sound to be aliens coming for us, apparently it’s the installation of new wind resistance railing that has turned the Golden Gate Bridge into a huge instrument that can be heard all around the Bay!Hypnotizing! #goldengatebridge…

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3D Tour with 31 places in San Francisco (video)

3D Tour with 31 places in San Francisco (video) Watch an amazing 360-degree video tour below Gray Line of San Francisco did The Virtual Grand City Tour with voice-over experience. One of the most amazing cities in the world deserves to have a 360 tour for us to come back and watch it as many times as we want because we truly miss this city! ​ ​Our partners Gray Line of…

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Temporary 3-week shutdown after 4.5 years of every day at Union Sq (COVID-19 outbreak – San Francisco)

If you asked me one year ago "What would it be the worst it can happen to you, so you have to shut down?" I would've never thought this would be it! The scariest things in life come from the things you expected the lest. cover photo by @ajaneski As of today, March 17th, 2020 the entire San Francisco Bay Area is now under a city-ordered "Shelter In Place", meaning only "essential"…

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Your local tour company now cooks and delivers for the local community

Times of crisis made us swap global audience for our next-door neighbors On March 17 I was at Union Square when San Francisco became one of the first cities in the US to declare ‘shelter in place’. I was listening live to Mayor London Breed describing the measures to limit the spread of an invisible but deadly foe: all public gatherings are off, stay at home, only go out for…

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In San Francisco, You Never Walk Alone

Traditionally, towards the end of the year it is time for a review. We would like to say 2019 was one of the most eventful and exciting so far! It opened our eyes to so many different possibilities for creating a big adventure from a tour. We started seeing people’s eyes full of wonder and excitement while walking with us in the small alleyways in Chinatown. This made us realize…

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Where are the best free tours in North America? Spoiler: San Francisco in Top 3

Free SF Tour made great strides this year after being voted #2 free tour North America based on ratings and reviews by travelers on freetour.comSan Francisco beats Havana to the second place, right behind the chart-topping Mexico City. Is there any reason to celebrate when you're only second best, one might say. AfterFree SF Tour was voted 3rd best tour for two years straight, moving up a position in 2019…

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San Francisco Outdoors: Sun’s Out, Legs Out

“The coldest winter I’ve ever spent is a summer in San Francisco,” once said by American novelist, Mark Twain. SF consistently appears as the top travel destination each year. However, as Twain learned, our summers are very atypical in comparison to many coastal cities. Have no fear because I have the solution for you to overcome this bitter challenge — walking outdoors. “Walking outdoors in winter is extremely invigorating and almost meditative,”…

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What to see in San Francisco: Castro Theatre

The Castro Movie Theatre located just off Castro and Market is a great example of a movie palace built in 1922 and is usually listed among the best cinemas in the United States. With a 1400 seat capacity and roomy balcony, the Castro hosts over a dozen film festival of all kinds throughout the year, including the Jewish Film Festival, Arab Film Festival, Berlin and Beyond, Noir City and the…

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