Temple promises to bring quality & integrity back to the Bay Area scene, with a venue that is run by artists, for artists. Temple is doing progressive, sustainable things both internally and externally in the community. Internally, we are focusing on conserving our waste and energy efficiency. Externally- we are educating our community on how to go green.
Dedicated to the education, preservation and evolution of the electronic music scene, our business provides a functional, flexible and creative work environment for everybody that truly believes in social responsibility, forward thinking and a passion for the environment. At Temple, our values drive us to create a space that has a minimum negative environmental impact. Combining innovation with environmental awareness, all our events are "low to zero" waste, with no petroleum-based products, and nearly entirely, paperless promotion. All of our cups and straws are biodegradable and all our kitchen grease is reused to make biodiesel.
Stay informed by checking out http://www.templesf.com
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How Weird Street FaireDistance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis Howard St at 2nd St San Francisco, CA 94105
The How Weird Street Faire is a unique peace event based in San Francisco. It is a project of the non-profit World Peace Through Technology Organization, showing that in spite of our differences, we all dance to the same beat.. You can find more information at http://HowWeird.org
How Weird is a spectacle of cosmic art, music, and motion unlike anything you've experienced before, the greatest street faire in the galaxy!
How Weird is the start of the San Francisco festival season. Explore the furtile breeding ground for unexpected inspiration and cutting-edge innovation. Be creative at the expanding Art Alley, a vortex of varied expressions. Make new connections, and reconnect with old ones. Together, we will boldly go where no street faire has gone before.
The How Weird Street Faire showcases the full spectrum of electronic dance music styles, using advanced sound technology to fill the streets of San Francisco with the vibrations of peace and the frequencies of fun.
Join us as we journey through the cosmos in search of new and exciting experiences, expanding our perspective to the universal scale.
The Bay LightsDistance: 0.4 miCompetitive Analysis San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge San Francisco, CA 94105
The Bay Lights is an iconic light sculpture designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal. This stunning fine arts experience will live for two years on the San Francisco Bay Bridge West Span, starting with the Grand Lighting on March 5, 2013.
MasqueroticaDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 525 Harrison St (Between Essex and 1st) San Francisco, CA 94103
Few parties come along even in our great city with so many awesome offerings under one roof on one night. Live music and DJ's, straight and gay, sexy and silly, vanilla and benignly edgy. Those looking for something spectacular, fun and outside the norm need look no further. The Bay Area's finest come together in costume, music, dance and spectacle to bask in amazing decor & eclectic entertainment from the Co-Creators of Sea Of Dreams NYE, HowWeird St Fair, Opulent Temple & SF Lovevolution.
Welcome South Beach fans, to a spacious 1 bedroom + Den at The Bridgeview. Situated in one of the most popular neighborhoods, this unit is large enough to fit your living and dining room set, plus it features a separate den for your work-at-home office. Engineered wood floors compliment this unit, as well as lovely views of the Bay Bridge. The unit has been upgraded with brand new counter-depth Jenn-Air fridge, Bosch dishwasher and is newly painted with accent colors. The unit also includes W/D in closet. Deeded parking and extra storage space in the building are also included. Amenities include gym, sauna, pool, roof deck and concierge.