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Not Just for Kicks
Ian A. Stewart | March 24, 2017

 

Standing in the back room of Kezar Pub, Wallace Leite is in high spirits. Leite, a Brazilian with curly black hair, is holding a surdo bass drum newly emblazoned with a red-and-black San Francisco Deltas sticker....

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The Oracle of Oracle
Alexis Madrigal | March 23, 2017

 

Bob Myers sweeps into the basketball operations suite at Oracle Arena, his lean, six-foot-seven-inch body wrapped in a soft gray suit that stays buttoned the whole evening. He’s got a full head of hair...

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The Urban Design Issue: Our Future Metropolis
San Francisco magazine | March 23, 2017

 

The Future Is Global
Breaking down the international “...

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The Future Is Global
Lamar Anderson and Erin Feher | March 23, 2017

 

Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories about the future of our metropolis, which San Francisco is publishing over the next month as part of the April 2017 Urban Design...

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Delaine Eastin, California’s Long-Shot Candidate for Governor, Wants to School Jerry Brown on Education
Lamar Anderson | March 22, 2017

Of the seven candidates in the 2018 governor’s race, six are men, and all are perhaps...

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Affinities: Dog Is Their Copilot
Erin Feher | March 22, 2017

 

See all the Affinities photo shoots here.

Every other Saturday at a...

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Daniel Clowes Goes Hollywood—Again
Ian A. Stewart | March 21, 2017

 

With the possible exception of another Bay Arean, R. Crumb, Daniel Clowes (Ghost World, Eightball) is about as celebrated as a graphic novelist can get.

And now the Piedmont...

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Objects of Affection
Erin Feher | March 20, 2017

 

Whip It Up
Ted Boerner may be known for his sleek and colorful contemporary furniture designs, but nearly every piece he has created over his extensive career (his San Francisco–based...

Cowgirl Creamery

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One for the Cheeseheads
Rebecca Flint Marx | March 17, 2017

 

Curd nerds, unite: The California Artisan Cheese Festival is returning for its 11th year March 24 through 26.

As in years past, the event will turn Petaluma into a locus of lactic celebration, with farm tours,...

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New Art Show Takes Wearable Tech to Its Dystopian Extreme
Gary Kamiya | March 16, 2017

 

To paraphrase Goebbels, a lot of conceptual art makes you want to reach for your revolver. All too often, that genre combines the worst of two worlds—it...

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Bay Area Artist Turns Portraits of Immigrants into an American Flag–Shaped Middle Finger to Donald Trump
Lamar Anderson | March 16, 2017

 

The day after Donald Trump’s election victory, Monica Lundy’s mind...

Uma Casa

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The Best New Restaurants to Try Now
Rebecca Flint Marx and Josh Sens | March 16, 2017

 

Lucia’s Pizzeria
Berkeley
A wood-fired oven burns in back of this table-service spot, churning out...

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