10 Local Stars Share Their Secrets About The World’s Best Pride

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San Francisco Pride is a colossal celebration that has the entire city decked out in glitter. As long as it’s biodegradable, of course.

In its 46th year, San Francisco Pride is expected to draw at least one million people into the city to cheer for 200 different parade contingents on Sunday, June 26. But as any San Franciscan will tell you, you don’t have to wait until Sunday to start waiving those rainbow flags.

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What’s New in San Francisco - April/May 2016

What’s New in San Francisco” is compiled by the San Francisco Travel Association. Past editions of “What’s New” and a list of “Recent and Coming Attractions” are available in the Media section of San Francisco Travel’s website

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Why Spending Time In This San Francisco Neighborhood Could Make You Say ‘I Do’

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Central Market could be considered the heart of San Francisco, not only because it’s right at the city’s geographic core but also because of its emotional resonance. Central Market is home to City Hall, the building that comes to mind immediately when we think of San Francisco’s groundbreaking fight for same-sex marriage. You could say that it is the birthplace of legal equality. Each June, City Hall also hosts its own swanky VIP Pride. The nearby Civic Center Plaza is actually where the Pride Parade culminates, so you’ll find thousands of LGBT people and allies coming together to watch live performances, listen to rousing speeches, and continue the celebration, of course.
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3 Ways To Relive San Francisco’s "Summer Of Love" In the Haight-Ashbury

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San Francisco's iconic "Summer of Love" had its beginnings primarily in one neighborhood: Haight-Ashbury. The free love movement that started in the Haight in the 1960s also paved the way for the area becoming a bohemian gay enclave. The free love philosophy wasn't discriminatory and the sexual revolution swept us all.
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Why These Two Neighborhoods Need To Be On Your Bucket List

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If you want to to visit and explore some of San Francisco‘s best-kept secrets, then you better spend some time in the Sunset and Richmond. These two most Western neighborhoods surrounding the grandiose Golden Gate Park are full of hidden hotspot waiting to be discovered. From basking on the beach to binging on authentic cuisine, allow us to take you on a special tour of the undiscovered Sunset and Richmond districts.
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