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8/31/2012

Oakland's crab festival Strap on a bib and dig in to a bottomless pit of Dungeness crab at the... More»

8/29/2012

Historically, cars haven’t been among my favorite things. But that's just changed after test driving the... More»

8/27/2012

Most painters will do almost anything for a little name recognition.  But McGee, San Francisco’s most famous and... More»

8/27/2012

Joe Lacob and Peter Guber are sitting on adjacent chairs at the swank City Club of San Francisco, facing a well-connected lunchtime crowd.... More»

8/26/2012

It was a Saturday afternoon earlier this summer, and I was due back in the kitchen. A dinner party loomed. Hours earlier I had left the house, intending to... More»

8/16/2012

The New Night Market While the festival doesn't officially kick off until Saturday morning, consider the festival's first night... More»

8/16/2012

Good news: The state parks apocalypse has been averted. Over the past year, public-land advocates have collected enough... More»

8/15/2012

1. If the Olympics are still fresh in your minds (along with Ryan Lochte’s wince-inducing tweets), check out the ... More»

8/6/2012

The thing about my daughter,” says W. Kamau Bell, cradling an imaginary baby in his right arm, “is that when my wife is carrying her, she looks... More»

8/2/2012

If you’re like me, when you attend any of the Bay Area’s plethora of wine tasting events, you leave feeling... More»

6/8/2012

The Musical, a rollicking 2006 song-and-dance mockumentary about the rise of the fictional Symphonic Sensations from small-town high school choir to (as the... More»

9/17/2014

  Twenty-five years after the Loma Prieta earthquake, are we prepared for its successor? As August’s South Napa Quake demonstrated, the... More»