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Rage Against the Machine
Jenn Thornton | May 8, 2019


With his newly released book, Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe ($28, Penguin Press), Roger McNamee—the venture capitalist and early investor in Facebook who mentored Mark Zuckerberg and...


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Plan Your Summer Friday To Bermuda
SARAH BRAY | May 8, 2019

Beautiful beaches and refreshing rum swizzles are just a short flight away this summer. Modern Luxury editor, Sarah Bray, maxes out her Summer Friday with a quick getaway to Bermuda. From the perfect...

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Triple Threat
Anna Dunn | May 7, 2019


It all hits you as soon as you step out of your private ride from Los Cabos International Airport: the Pacific breeze, the open-air lobby’s clean lines and cool art sculptures, the salutatory drink....

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Muy Delicioso
Misty Milioto | May 6, 2019


In My Mexico City Kitchen: Recipes and Convictions ($35, Lorena Jones Books), innovative chef and culinary trendsetter Gabriela Cámara shares 150 recipes of her simple yet sophisticated contemporary Mexican cooking. Cámara, who is the chef-...

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Bardo Lounge & Supper Club
Josh Sens | May 6, 2019


Deviled eggs are on the menu, but they’re deviled duck eggs, flecked with scallions and crackling duck skin—a fitting twist to a cocktail-hour staple. Co-chefs Anthony Salguero and Brian...

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In Pod We Trust?
Theresa Gonzalez | May 3, 2019


Finding your inner Zen takes a futuristic turn inside Somadome’s egg-shaped meditation dome. The concept automates wellness trends that an acupuncturist or a masseuse might use (microcrystalline tiles, color and...

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Post Script
Suzanne Ennis | May 2, 2019


Midway into creating his @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz exhibition, Ai shared a personal story with his collaborator and friend Cheryl Haines. The artist and dissident grew up in the hinterlands of China, where his father,...

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Artist of the People
Jessica Zack | May 1, 2019


Ever since the French graffiti tagger-turned-globe-trotting street artist JR started pasting black-and-white photographs on the rooftops and Metro tunnels of Paris as a teenager, he felt “that if I could just...

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E-asy Rider
Theresa Gonzalez | April 30, 2019


Electric motorcycle brands have come and gone in the decades-plus since the first mass-market e-moto, designed by NASA engineer Neal Saiki for Santa Cruz-based Zero Motorcycles, rolled into town. But 2019 may be the e-moto...

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The Road to Pho
Luke Tsai | April 29, 2019


Sometimes a strip mall tells a story. In the case of Vietnam Town, an enormous shopping plaza in East San Jose that consists almost entirely of Vietnamese restaurants and other Vietnamese-owned businesses—cosmetics shops...

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Mind Shift
Don Lattin | April 26, 2019


Northern California has long been a mecca for psychonauts seeking higher consciousness via the wonders of modern chemistry, but there hasn’t been this much excitement around here since the heady days of the Summer of Love....

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Bodies Beautiful
Carolyne Zinko | April 26, 2019


San Francisco adults love nothing more than to dress up in costumes— witness the popularity of Burning Man, the Edwardian Ball and Halloween— and to undress as well, at Folsom Street Fair, Dore Alley...

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