Pi Day

  • Blogs

    March 11, 2014

    How to Celebrate National Pie Day in S.F.

    National Pi Day (3.14) might have started as a nerdy holiday at the Exploratorium, but it's become embraced by bakers and sweets aficionados alike as a way to celebrate, well, pies. As always since the shop has opened, Mission Pie is offering slices of sweet and savory pies for $3.14 (regular cost ... More >>

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    March 5, 2014
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    March 14, 2013

    Six S.F. Spots Offering Sweet Pi Day Deals

    Rejoice, for it's everyone's favorite sweet, nerdy holiday, Pi Day (3/14, 3.14, get it?). We aren't usually in the business of celebrating estoteric food holidays like National Fettucini Alfredo Day or National Lucky Charms With All The Marshmallows Picked Out Day, but Pi Day is something else: It w ... More >>

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    March 6, 2013
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    March 7, 2012
  • Blogs

    June 21, 2011

    Google Doodle Just Isn't Gay Enough

    This looks gay to us.​Even if we aren't the gayest city in America anymore, LGBT people everywhere still have high expectations of us when it comes to displaying our gayness. Perhaps that's why Google's genuine effort to celebrate the month of Gay Pride with its rainbow Google doodle just isn' ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 15, 2011

    Tom Waits No Longer To Be Inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    Instagram username TomWaitsForNoMan (Wait, is that headline confusing? "No longer" modifies the verb "waits," not the compound adjective "to be inducted." Sorry if that seemed sensationalistic. But while we're on the subject of names that parse as verbs, consider the difficulty of writing a snappy h ... More >>

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    March 14, 2011

    Three Minutes and Fourteen Seconds:A Musical Tribute to Pi Day

    Mykl Roventine‚ÄčAs you probably already know, today is Pi Day, meaning March fourteenth is the closest we come on the American calendar to approximating 3.1415926&c. (Technically you should have been reading this at around 3:30 in the morning for maximum pi-precision, but like us you were proba ... More >>

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