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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Van Zweden Conducts Tchaikovsky Fourth Symphony

Van Zweden Conducts Tchaikovsky Fourth Symphony

Classic music lovers will get the chance of a lifetime this February when Jaap van Zweden takes the stage. Part of his debut with the San Francisco Symphony, the highly acclaimed Dutch conductor will lead Tchaikovsky's musical masterpiece while rising violinist Simone Lamsma follows with a solo of Sibelius's Violin Concerto.
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Techies Unite at Apps World

Apps World

Get the latest on the new-world apps to hit the market at the annual Apps World Conference. This highly-anticipated event brings together all the latest and greatest developers for a weekend full of workshops, meetings, and panels. Attendees also get a special chance to network with leading experts for advice, tips, and tricks.
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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with the San Francisco Symphony

Witness the award-winning San Francisco Symphony as it celebrates the "Year of the Horse." This annual celebration honors Chinese traditions, such as lion dancing, ribbon dancing, tea bars, and "lucky" red envelopes. Attendees can also enjoy an imperial dinner following the orchestra's concert, led by conductor Lan Shui on February 8.
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Spend Valentine's Day in San Francisco

Valentine's Day in San Francisco

Enjoy a romantic getaway for two when you stay at the Inn at Union Square this Valentine's Day. Enjoy complimentary sparkling wine and chocolates upon your arrival. Afterward, you can partake in one or all of the city's celebrations, including the chance to relive how you two first met at the Marines Memorial Theatre or a champagne brunch abroad Hornblower Cruises.
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