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New Hack for S.F.’s Rising Waters: Floating Architecture
Ian A. Stewart | April 11, 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...

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How to Outsmart Rising Sea Levels
Lamar Anderson | April 11, 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 Issue...

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Can San Francisco Remake Its Worst Public Space?
Joe Eskenazi | April 10, 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...

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Urban Farming Grows Up
Scott Lucas | April 10, 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 Issue. To read...

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Ten Foolproof Wine Pairings for Spring Dishes
Ian White | April 10, 2017

Now that it’s spring, beef stew and potatoes have made way for fried fish tacos and asparagus. Some hearty pairings, like bold red wine and lamb, are just as great this time of year as they are...

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This Larkspur Scoop Shop Is Making People Crave Douglas Fir Ice Cream
Rebecca Flint Marx | April 10, 2017

 

If you know anything about the Bay Area, you know that there’s always room for more ice cream, particularly when it’s...

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Wine Markups at Restaurants Are All Over the Place. Here's How to Parse Them.
W. Blake Gray | April 7, 2017

 

Uncertain times like these often lead to a decline in profligacy and a search for value. But San...

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Meet Three Maker Prodigies Who Kickstarted Their Careers as Kids
Erin Feher | April 7, 2017

Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories about the future of our metropolis, which San Francisco is publishing over the...

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A GOP Candidate for Governor Wants Lawmakers to Wear Top Donors’ Names on Their Suits, Like NASCAR Drivers
Randy Shandobil | April 6, 2017

Republican candidate for California governor John Cox is conservative—and he supports...

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‘The Moth’ of Healthcare: Medical Staffers Tell All at Cathartic Storytelling Night
Laura Rena Murray | April 6, 2017

Ben Lerman, an emergency medicine physician, talked about the time that, sleep-deprived, he lubed his gloved finger up...

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How Three S.F. Art Collectives Are Hanging On in a Post–Ghost Ship Era
Mary Jo Bowling | April 6, 2017

Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories about the future of our metropolis, which San Francisco is...

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Flashing Back to the Winter Before the Summer of Love
Ian A. Stewart | April 6, 2017

 

Before viewers venture into the Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll...

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