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Congratulations to THE San Francisco Giants on their World Series WIN!

November 1, 2010

Not bad for a team of “misfits”. Thank you for a well earned championship.

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148. Roller Derby at Kezar Stadium

August 27, 2010
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Oh mercy, how did we miss this? You could have helped dear reader… you could have reminded us of this awesomeness It seems that roller derby has been going on for quite some time in SF, yet it somehow was pushed to the darkest corners of my memory. Anywhooo… serious looks like an action packed [...]

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119. Check Out The 4th Annual: “Touch Alcatraz ‘n’ Go” Swim

July 29, 2010
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Chances are unless you’re a dedicated SF Bay Swimmer, then you’re not signed up to swim in this event. But there’s fun also in watching. The race begins at 8:30am, this Sunday, August 1st. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and head on down to Aquatic Park for the excitement. It’s sure to be memorable. [...]

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76. Watch A 2010 FIFA World Cup Screening at The Civic Center (FREE)

June 16, 2010
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Next game to be broadcast is this Thursday, June 17th at 11:30am with France vs. Mexico. You can watch along as the game is broadcast live from South Africa and onto a big screen in the Civic Center Plaza . This event is being brought to you by America SCORES. More from the SF Chronicle: [...]

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62. Watch The World Cup at The Republic

June 2, 2010
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Ready for the World Cup games this year? Another from our Create 1 of 365 page. On a lunch break? Wondering what bar will be open at 7am for your favorite team’s game? Your search is over. The Republic is your home for the 2010 World Cup! Showing all the games on their 13 HD [...]

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41. Run (or party) at Bay to Breakers 2010

May 12, 2010
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2010 marks the 99th annual event of this fabled foot race. Maybe you’re a serious marathon runner (in which case you’re already signed up), but if you’re like most who partake in the most outrageous race to happen since the Cannon Ball Run, you’re in it for the Party. More about the history on The [...]

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31. Play a Pick Up Game of Soccer

May 2, 2010
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It’s a little under the radar in San Francisco, this whole “soccer thing” Though worth the find if you’re interested in playing a game, one location is not only easy to get to, but pretty easy to find parking as well – Telegraph Field is right ON the Piers 27/29 parking lot. The field is [...]

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30. Go Kayaking on The Bay

May 1, 2010
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It’s either water-sports season or the idea of getting out on The Bay just won’t leave my head. Either way, we’re constantly being reminded about things to do on the water, whether it’s checking out the Triathlon tomorrow or taking a part in Opening Day on the Bay from last weeks post, ideas are all [...]

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29. Check Out The 30th Annual Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon

April 30, 2010
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This Sunday will be great day for people watching if you like watching people do extraordinary things. The 30th Annual event is a challenge that brings the best professional and amateur Triathletes to The City to compete at one most would call impossible – Escape from Alcatraz. If the water’s not cold enough, imagine making [...]

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5. Go see a San Francisco Giants Game. Opening weekend kicks off this Friday.

April 6, 2010
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The San Francisco Giants kick off the regular season with their first home game this Friday, April 9th. Believe it or not it is Springtime in the city. Yeah, I know this last weekend felt more like November. But alas, the sun is back and what better way to rally for sunshine than to head [...]

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