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Genuine Grub's pickles

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Brine of the Times
Rebecca Flint Marx | March 6, 2015

 

What’s a pickle without its brine?

One made by Genuine Grub, a San Francisco–based company that claims to be the first to produce commercial pickles...

Dave Franco

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Dave Franco Is the Best Franco
Annie Tittiger | March 6, 2015

 

On March 6th, Dave Franco appears in Unfinished Business, yet another buddy comedy—this time opposite Vince Vaughn, who plays a small-business owner who travels to Europe with two associates (...

London Breed

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Supervisor London Breed Will Try to Restrain Herself From Throwing Shade on Twitter
Scott Lucas | March 5, 2015

 

When we interviewed London Breed, the newly-elected president of the Board of Supervisors,...

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Revolution Without Reservations
Will Butler | March 5, 2015

 

They could be mistaken for a funeral procession (and in a way, they are one): several dozen people moving solemnly down College Avenue in Oakland on a Saturday morning in December—all...

Skeeball at Bluxome Street Winery

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Mandatory Weekend
Scott Lucas | March 4, 2015

 

Skeeball Tournament
Where: Bluxome Street Winery (53...

Mt. Diablo

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This Glorious Weekend, Hike One of These East Bay Trails
A.K. Carroll | March 4, 2015

 

Too much time minding monitors, swiping screens, and making calls? Need to get away without going very far? The East Bay offers more than cheaper apartments, pop-...

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Swimming With the Enemy
Andrea Powell | March 4, 2015

 

Bill Wygant is nervous. Wearing only a Speedo and an open warm-up jacket, the president of the South End Rowing Club paces around the crowded boathouse at Aquatic Park, stopping often to urge on his...

Davenport Beach

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Day Trip to Davenport
Jenna Scatena | March 3, 2015

 

For a blink-and-miss-it size town, Davenport packs in a lot of worthy draws. Just nine miles north of Santa Cruz, this tiny town (population 408) is a one-block stretch of wine tasting rooms, restaurants, and bakeries perched...

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Adam Theis’s Insane Jazz Marathon
Adam L. Brinklow | March 3, 2015

 

Composer Adam Theis is a bit of a multitasker: He plays five instruments (trombone, bass, trumpet, tuba, and keyboard), founded San Francisco’s Jazz Mafia, has arranged hundreds...

Chilled fruit cup at Californios

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Four Hot New Restaurants to Try Right Now
Sara Deseran, Rebecca Flint Marx, and Josh Sens | March 2, 2015

 

Clove & Hoof
Temescal
At this butchery and...

Mr. Wright, 58.

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The Outsiders
Gary Kamiya | February 28, 2015

 

It’s 10 a.m. on a bright December morning in North Beach, and I’m walking down the pedestrian pathway east of the new library on Columbus Avenue. Approaching its northern end, I come upon two...

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