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Grace Cathedral In San Francisco

Grace Cathedral

Everyone is welcome to visit Grace Cathedral. This San Francisco landmark on Nob Hill features so many captivating things to see, including 66 stained glass windows and an enormous organ that's comprised of 7,466 pipes. You can explore even more, such as the interior of the Chapel of Grace and the cathedral's complete vestment collection, by taking a guided tour.
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What to Do in Pacific Heights

What to Do in Pacific Heights

What makes San Francisco such a delightful destination is the multitude of neighborhoods. A favorite of many is Pacific Heights, which offers an exceptional array of things to do. You can tour a furnished 1886 Victorian home, experience exquisite views of the Bay while surrounded by towering mansions, and savor cuisine from around the world on Fillmore Street.
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San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Festival 2014

Fillmore Jazz Festival

With a theme of "Celebrating Women in Jazz and Beyond," the 2014 Fillmore Jazz Festival promises to be one of the best yet. Taking place on Fillmore Street on July 5 and 6, this fun-filled festival features a dynamic array of live performances along with local food vendors, special appearances and more.
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San Francisco Shakespeare in the Park - Summer 2014

Shakespeare in the Park San Francisco

Find free outdoor performances of The Taming of the Shrew at San Francisco Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Taking place at the Presidio's Main Post Parade Ground Lawn and McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, this hilarious tale is an excellent way to spend a summer afternoon.
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San Francisco Theater

Theater in San Francisco: The Orphan of Zhao

An "emotionally-piercing marvel" (The Times of London) is brilliantly revived at the American Conservatory Theater June 4th through 29th. James Fenton's magical reproduction of The Orphan of Zhao-one of the world's earliest works of drama-stars television, film, and stage great BD Wong (Mme. Butterfly, Law & Order: SVU). A timeless classic from the 4th Century BCE, this story of revenge and sacrifice is sure to spellbind and delight.
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