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    San Francisco Federal Reserve Building

    San Francisco Federal Reserve Building

    Introduction The Old Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Building, now known as the Bently Reserve, was the main headquarters building of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco for nearly sixty years. The building is located at 400 Sansome Street, in the Financial District of San Francisco. Designed by George W. Kelham, the building has an Ionic colonnade that is pure Beaux-Arts, while the upper building is in the new Moderne fashion of 1924. The banking lobby at the Sansome Street entrance contains a mural by Jules Guerin, the artist who created the palette for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. The Old Federal Reserve was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. In 1983, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco relocated to larger facilities on 101 Market Street, and the 400 Sansome Street location was sold to private developers who rented out the space. Prominent law firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe was headquartered in the building until 2002, when the firm moved out of the space. The building continues to be owned by private developers Bently Holdings, who currently rent the upper floors as office space. The Banking Hall and Board Rooms are booked for fundraisers, events, meetings, and conferences.
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    The EndUp

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    The EndUp was founded in November 1973 and is a dance club in San Francisco, California. It is located on the corner of 6th and Harrison, in the SoMa (South of Market (Street)) district. The EndUp has two bars, a lounge with fireplace, a dance floor with mirrored columns, and a large open-air deck with a waterfall, plants and seating. The club is renowned for its powerful high-end sound system. The venue has hosted a variety of benefits, events and clubs and each night has a unique dance focus catering to subsets of the dance community. The club reflects the changing nature of gay, dance and San Francisco cultures. When the nightclub first opened in November 1973, the owner was Al Hankin. The dance floor was made of translucent plastic with flashing lights below. The sound system was a discrete 4 channel custom made creation with Cerwin Vega speakers rear loaded into the ceiling to enhance the subs. The EndUp was originally an entirely gay dance club, catering mainly to Asian-Americans and their admirers. It was famous as the location of the Sunday Afternoon Wet Jockstrap Dance Contest from about 1974 to about 1992, with host Randy Johnson and DJs—Steve Newman and Peter D. Struve
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    Deco Lounge

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    Formerly known as Club Rendez-vous at 1312 Polk Street we relocated to 510 Larkin Street and we are now known as DECO LOUNGE. After restoring the historic facade and main bar to its art Deco splendor. We opened on September 2, 2005 with a huge grand opening, hosting the Macho party with over 500 people in attendance. What a fantastic start for our new location. We continue our reputation for great entertainment, reasonably priced cocktails and friendly service to all of our customers.
    At Deco Lounge, we strive to provide high quality and reliable service to our customers. We hope you enjoyed visiting our website and come in to enjoy our varied events and a cocktail soon. We are open 5 days a week from 10am-2am. Most Fridays and Saturdays till 3am. Open on Mondays and tuesdays at 5pm.
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    San Francisco LGBT Community Center

    • Events: Booty Call Photo Series
    The San Francisco LGBT Community Center is a nonprofit organization serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population of San Francisco, California and nearby communities, located at 1800 Market Street in San Francisco. Incorporated in 1996, the Center opened its solar-powered, 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m) facility in 2002. Its mission is "to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies." Open six days a week, community events includes social events, support groups, community forums, and other functions. The Center's CyberCenter computer lab provides free computer access. The building houses 6 nonprofit organizations. All of the Center’s direct services are available free of charge. Many are designed for community members most in need, including low-income, queer youth, job seekers, children and families, city newcomers, women and the transgender community. Program areas include: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Assists LGBT jobseekers in finding safe and secure living-wage employment, help LGBT-run businesses grow, increase LGBT community financial
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    Mezzanine

    A richly diverse gathering space, Mezzanine showcases live and electronic music from all genres – rock, dance, hip hop, soul, jazz, salsa, world beat – as well as multimedia art events, fashion shows and video/film installations. The multi-use venue boasts state-of-the-art lighting technologies with custom-built sound systems for both live and electronic music. The club caters to performances of all types; from hot shows with the newest buzz bands to intimate engagements with the world’s biggest artists.  Mezzanine has hosted DJs and live performances from some of the best talent in music today: LCD Soundsystem, Nas, Mos Def, Fischerspooner, Carl Craig, Blonde Redhead, Justice, Method Man, The Faint, The Dandy Warhols, Thievery Corporation, Method Man, Booka Shade, The Buzzcocks, Mark Farina, Chemical Brothers, The English Beat, Diplo, Public Enemy, The Slits, Hot Chip, The Knife, KMFDM, Miss Kittin, Dan The Automator, 2ManyDJs, Soulwax, DJ AM, Silver Jews, Lupe Fiasco, Ladytron, Adam Freeland, and more.
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