Books Inc. Burlingame

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1375 Burlingame Ave, Burlingame, CA 94010
1375 Burlingame Avenue Burlingame California 94010 US

Veteran bookseller providing fiction & nonfiction, plus kids’ titles. Some locations host events.

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275 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.06 km

Built in 1927, the Nourse [275 Hayes Street] is a landmark venue located in the heart of San Francisco’s performing arts district (across the street from Davies Hall musicians’ entrance). City Arts & Lectures restored and reopen the stunning 1,687-seat hall in 2013 (it was closed to the public for over thirty years). The hall features original architectural details, excellent acoustics, and a well-designed layout with unobstructed views throughout the orchestra and balcony, as well as state of the art lighting, a Meyer Sound system, new curtains, plush upholstered seats, newly decorated green room, and a dressing room. The Nourse is an ideal venue for a wide range of performances and a uniquely beautiful setting.

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100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.16 km

The San Francisco Public Library system is dedicated to free and equal access to information, knowledge, independent learning, and the joys of reading for our diverse community.

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1727 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.16 km

The Bindery is a books and events space established by The Booksmith at 1727 Haight Street. Stay tuned for updates.

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1644 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA 23.16 km

The Booksmith has been the indie book headquarters of Haight-Ashbury for more than 40 years. Since 2007, the store has been owned and operated by Christin Evans and her husband who also revamped the famous Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park. Driven by the mission to reestablish bookshops as community gathering places, The Booksmith team has created an event venue, a second home, a book-loving community and so much more.

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1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.24 km

The City Hall you see today took two years to build. Steel, granite, and four floors of white marble interiors make up San Francisco’s symbol of resilience, built after the previous City Hall was destroyed in the Great Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906.

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1231 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.34 km

A branch of the legendary Green Apple Books (6th & Clement), situated just outside of Golden Gate Park.

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209 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.39 km

UNITE HERE! Local 2 is the union of 12,000 hospitality workers throughout San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. Our members work in hotels, restaurants, clubs, and other food service facilities, providing service to millions of guests every year. Together, we fight to ensure that service workers are treated decently and receive a fair share of the wealth our industry produces.

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601 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA 23.55 km

Books Inc. is the West’s oldest independent bookseller – we’ve been around since 1851 – and Opera Plaza is our largest location!

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678 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.72 km

The California Historical Society is a non-profit gallery, bookstore, public research library and archive. Our mission is to inspire and empower people to make California’s richly diverse past a meaningful part of their contemporary lives.

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650 Parker Ave, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.84 km

Saint Ignatius Parish is a welcoming and inclusive Catholic community. A Jesuit parish, we are called to be companions of Jesus. We come together through Word and Sacrament to grow in our relationship with God and to find the inspiration, desire and strength to be men and women for others. We seek to find God in all things by deepening our faith, listening with discerning and joyful hearts, and actively serving the poor and suffering, all for the greater glory of God.

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50 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 23.9 km

Alexander’s is centrally located in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Walking to our store is always a great option. We are a short walk from Union Square and the Moscone Convention Center (3 to 4 blocks) and just a half block off Market Street on Second Street. We are about a ten minute walk from the Embarcardaro waterfront, Chinatown, North Beach or AT&T ballpark, the home of the San Francisco Giants.

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609 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 24.11 km

Built in 1926, the historic Marines’ Memorial Theatre is an intimate 564-seat jewel box theatre located in the heart of San Francisco’s theatre district between Union Square and Nob Hill. Recently renovated to expand the lobby and upgrade the orchestra seating to be much more comfortable, our historic Union Square theatre is available as a setting for events in San Francisco, including keynotes, celebrations, educational presentations and more. We are also dedicated to bringing the best national, international and local Music, Dance, Author Talks & Lectures and theatrical or film presentations to Bay Area audiences.

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209 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 24.11 km

Third Plateau is an impact-oriented strategy firm that partners with the world’s most passionate and daring changemakers to reimagine, expand, and realize their social impact.

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1 Ferry Building San Francisco, CA, USA 94111 24.54 km

A charming general interest bookstore on the Bay side of the Ferry Building, Book Passage serves visitors and locals, offering regional maps, guidebooks, and Bay Area literature, postcards and gifts. An extensive children’s book selection in our “Kids’ Corner” features books for the youngest readers through teens, and an array of activity books and games. New releases and classic fiction, staff picks, cookbooks with an emphasis on local cuisine, and books on current events fill the store. Like the other two Book Passage locations in the Bay Area (in Corte Madera and Sausalito) the Ferry Building venue hosts author signings and literary events several evenings a week. Visitors have included Chelsea Clinton, George Saunders, Dave Eggers, and Nigella Lawson.

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4033 Judah St, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA 24.59 km

Perhaps the most stylish bookstore in the city, Black Bird Bookstore is nestled in the Outer Sunset. The bright and modern shop features custom, built-in shelving displaying carefully curated titles covering several genres and topics, and their focus is on quality of books over sheer quantity. They also offer a charming play area for kids and an outdoor garden and shed.

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3200 California St, San Francisco, CA, USA 24.9 km

The JCCSF has been serving the Bay Area since 1877 with programs that help individuals and the community to flourish.

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3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA, USA 24.9 km

The JCCSF has something for everyone – San Francisco families, fitness lovers, casual creatives, tiny swimmers and more. Everyone is welcome. We invite you to stop by and relax in our atrium, try a new skill, get inspired by top lecturers and find out all of the ways you can learn, create and celebrate with us.

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3515 California St, San Francisco, CA 94118, USA 24.94 km

Anton Roman began selling books in 1851, but his legendary bookstore didn’t become Books Inc. until 1946. From then on, their history has been defined by their indie character as they fought and survived the expansion of huge national book companies. Today, they operate 11 stores in San Francisco, East Bay and the Peninsula, and have become the West’s oldest independent bookseller.

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261 Columbus Avenue at Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133 24.98 km

City Lights Books is a landmark independent bookstore and publisher that specializes in world literature, the arts, and progressive politics.

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506 Clement St, San Francisco, CA, USA 25.05 km

For 50 years, Green Apple has served as a bookstore to get lost in. With two different locations, three buildings, and innumberable nooks and crannies to get lost in, Green Apple cultivates the feeling of getting lost in a good book.

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