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4/18/2012

Jean Paul Gaultier is all goofy grin, loosened tie, and sexily mussed collar as he strides into the VIP lounge of the launch... More»

4/17/2012

Zen masters would do well to send their students to Hana—and advise them to stay a few days. Most people experience this unspoiled... More»

4/17/2012

A Big Island resident chuckled as he told me the story of a surfer who came to visit because he wanted to ride the waves where the lava flows into... More»

4/17/2012

When the summer fog gets to you (and at some point, it gets to us all), take a hint from the airlines and jet to the islands: United, Hawaiian, and Alaska... More»

4/11/2012

Last month, the Center for Investigative Reporting, the Berkeley-based journalism nonprofit, made big news of its own: After going it alone for 35 years, it... More»

4/6/2012

Even in Oakland, a city all too familiar with gun violence and bloodshed and wasted life, there was much that was unfamiliar about the Oikos University... More»

4/3/2012

San Francisco magazine has been nominated for a 2012 National Magazine Award in the Personal Service category for "... More»

4/2/2012

Here is the best thing about Schemer, a new Google service that allows its users to create and share lists of things they want to do: It has personality.... More»

3/30/2012

DIY disrupters and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs aren’t the only ones shaking up Bay Area education [see our April feature “The New, (Hopefully)... More»

3/27/2012

FLEX ACADEMY WHAT IT IS: A computer-based chain of charter high schools that get kids out of the house and into an... More»

3/27/2012

QUANTUMCAMP WHAT IT IS: A rigorous but creative math and science program in Berkeley and Mountain View offering an... More»

3/27/2012

BRIGHTWORKS   WHAT IT IS: A seven-month-old institute of decidedly nonacademic learning, where kids spend the day... More»