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- Polk Audio introduces the Omni Collection: the first great-sounding wireless music system. Try one out today and hear the difference.
- Brown & Toland Physicians. Doctors who know you. Experts who spend the time to make sure you get what you need. You have a team working together so you can be your healthiest self.
- The San Francisco SPCA. Through prevention, rescue and education, the SPCA is working towards a community where every animal has a loving home.
- American Express is helping with last minute gifts by letting you trade in those hard-earned points for presents!
- 12 Monkeys. See how far one man will go to change the past. Series Premiere Jan 16 at 9/8c only on Syfy.
- Looking is back for its hotly-anticipated second season. Find out what Patrick, Agustin and Dom have been up to when they return on January 11th at 10 p.m.
- The Exploratorium. Experience over 600 exhibits, sip cocktails, sample delicious bites at the SeaGlass restaurant, and take in outrageous Bay views from the Outdoor Terrace.
- Asian Art Museum presents Roads of Arabia, open October 24 through January 18. The exhibit features more than 200 objects, ranging from excavated stone tools to a 17th-century set of gilded doors.
- Avalon Hayes Valley offers one- and two-bedroom flats and townhome floor plans in the heart of the city and convenient BART access. They feature quartz stone countertops, ENERGY STAR® stainless steel appliances, and in-unit washer and dryer.
- Asian Art Museum presents Tetsuya Ishida: Saving the World with a Brushstroke. This is the first U.S. exhibition of paintings by the late Japanese artist. Now through February 22.
- TechCrunch is gearing up for the 8th annual Crunchies, the award ceremony recognizing tech's most compelling startups and innovations of the year. Hilarious actor and comedian T.J. Miller of HBO's Silicon Valley hosts this year's ceremony taking place February 5th.
The Fine Art Museum of San Francisco presents Keith Haring: The Political Line. Featuring more than 130 works of art including large scale paintings and sculptures and a number of the artist’s subway drawings. Now through February 16.