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Four New Restaurants to Try Right Now
Luke Tsai and Josh Sens | August 23, 2018

Stonemill Matcha
Mission
For the novice whose matcha literacy is limited to the occasional green tea ice cream, this Mission district teahouse, located in the...

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How Napa’s Battle Over Blocking New Vineyards Almost Split the Valley in Two
James Conaway | August 22, 2018

 

It’s high summer in Napa Valley, and those of us who forgot to bring a hat regret it. We’...

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The Couple That Launched a Thousand Artists
Lindsey J. Smith | August 21, 2018

For some two decades starting in the late 1960s, artists, wannabe artists, and all manner of free spirits descended on a ranch called Big Creek outside Davenport, the speck of a...

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Brandon Jew’s New Lounge Revives a Chinatown Relic: The Big Banquet Hall
Luke Tsai | August 20, 2018

 

Long before the three-story building at 731 Grant Avenue was transformed into...

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The Burger Robot at Creator Makes the Finickiest Patties Ever
Luke Tsai | August 20, 2018

 

To cook a hamburger according to the British chef Heston Blumenthal's technique, you first have to grind three different cuts of beef and arrange the...

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Taking Flight
Styled and produced by Erin Feher | August 17, 2018

As decadent as the fashion shows were this season, watching certain items float down the runways in New York, Paris, and Milan was akin to watching a peacock sleep. They were exquisite, but a squandering of potential. Oscar de la...

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‘Judah Is Gone. Now It’s Jessica.’
Matt Villano | August 16, 2018

From the opening salvo, it was clear that Judah Schiller was not publishing any ordinary LinkedIn post. For the first time in years, Schiller, the buff, long-haired CEO of the Mill Valley–based...

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‘Talking About My Ethnicity Scared the Shit Out of Me’
Anh-Minh Le | August 16, 2018

 

This is "Think Tank," an...

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The New Transbay Transit Center Is the World’s Most Enchanting Bus Station
Scott Lucas | August 14, 2018

From street level the new 5.4-acre park perched atop the Transbay Transit Center is almost hidden, with just the...

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This Exhibition Is an Ode to Black Hair
Erin Feher | August 14, 2018

 

When researcher April Martin Chartrand was an undergrad at San Francisco State, a professor gave her an unlikely assignment: He wanted her to write about her hair. “I was running around with braids...

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The Perfect South Sonoma Day Trip
Ian White | August 13, 2018

Sonoma is enormous—roughly 1,768 square miles. With that much ground to cover, it would be a fool’s errand to try to see, much less enjoy, all of it in one day. To make it more manageable, we’ve...

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