SFist This Weekend 8/28-29
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SF Station: Party on Block 18 Description This is the third biennial block party, thrown by the food businesses on 18th Street to thank their neighbors for supporting them and raise money for six local nonprofit organizations. 18th Street will be closed off, and short rib tacos (Namu) beef meatloaf sandwiches (Bi-Rite Market), salted caramel ice cream cups (Bi-Rite Creamery), mac and cheese (Dolores Park Café), mango lassi drinks and Kati rolls (Kasa) and more will be available for purchase. Wine and beer from local winemakers and brewers will be poured, and music performances will be of the youthful and local variety. A pie baking contest will be the climax of the afternoon.
SF Dodgeball Meetup
SF Station: Blick Art Materials Grand Opening! Description Join us on August 18th at 12noon for the Grand Opening of Blick Art Materials NEW bigger & better location at 979 Market Street in San Francisco! We'll be kicking off the festivities with a ribbon cutting at noon followed by food, art, raffles and music to help celebrate our newest location. Visit our website for the full line-up of demonstrations and activities running through to September 12th!
Ralph Carney’s Serious Jass Project at Amoeba Music San Francisco
San Francisco Events, Concerts, reviews, restaurants, nightclubs
Golden Gate Park Band
Outdoor San Francisco Movie Series: Nine Months (1995) | The Cannery This film represents Hugh Grant’s first big bid at Hollywood stardom, on the heels of the success of Four Weddings and a Funeral. But he stumbled twice: first with this mundane comedy filmed on location in the Bay Area, then by being arrested after soliciting a prostitute near downtown Hollywood, the week before the film opened. For the third year, come and watch free movies that Mayor Newsom has personally selected as his favorite films made in and/or about San Francisco. Movies will be screened every Sunday evening from August 1 thru 29 at The Cannery’s outdoor courtyard. Open seating begins at 7:30 p.m. and show-time is 8 p.m. We’re not sure if Newsom actually appears at this event, so come for the movie, not for the hair.