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SF's Up Your Alley Street Fair Returns to SoMa

By Race Bannon | Jul 29
As it was last year, the Fair will take place on Dore Alley between Howard and Folsom and continuing on Folsom from 9th to Juniper and the adjoining block of 10th Street.

Don't Miss: Montreal's Festival Mode & Design

Jul 29
Montreal's Festival Mode & Design (FMD) will take over the Quartier des spectacles for six days and six nights of non-stop creativity.

Québec City Celebrates New France Festival 20th Anniversary

Jul 27
The New France Festival welcomes over 200,000 visitors to rejoice in gastronomical activities, historic reenactments, and take part in historic lectures, showcasing with humor the 17th and 18th century period when Québec was a French colony.

'Pokemon Go' Players Stumble On Hidden History

By Matt O'Brien | Jul 25
Historical markers have long dotted the landscape, often barely noticed by passers-by - until they became treasure-filled stops this month on the "Pokemon Go" trail.

Too Busy for Pokemon? These Entrepreneurs Will Play for You

By Ezra Kaplan | Jul 23
Too busy with your real life to play the hit augmented reality game "Pokemon Go"? For a price, some entrepreneurs will play the game for you.

Got Pride?

By Cutter Slagle | Jul 23
As summer progresses and continues to come in hot (one can only hope), there's a topic that needs to be discussed other than who's sporting tan lines: Pride.

The Ugliness of Fat Shaming

By Jill Gleeson | Jul 23
More than a third of gay men, researchers say, have experienced antifat bias, many of them people who would not be considered overweight by body mass index standards.

How 'Pokemon Go' Went From Prank to Phenomenon

By Michael Liedtke | Jul 22
The origin of "Pokemon Go" is as peculiar as any of the Voltorbs or Snorlaxes that players track and capture in the surprise hit game.

All About an Aria; Pavarotti Family Unhappy with Trump

Jul 21
A newspaper in the Italian town where Luciano Pavarotti lived says the late tenor's loved ones are unhappy that Donald Trump's campaign has played one of his signature arias, Nessun Dorma.

How Millennial Nostalgia Fueled the Success of 'Pokemon Go'

By Marina Villeneuve | Jul 21
The children who once dreamed of capturing real-life Pokemon starting in the 1990s are now the nostalgic millennials helping fuel the worldwide success of "Pokemon Go."

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