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Oasis in the Clouds
Wendy Bowman | March 19, 2019


A fully furnished penthouse hitting the market this spring at Jay Paul Company’s 181 Fremont Residences in the so-called East Cut neighborhood is equipped with all the...

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Yasukochi’s Sweet Stop
Luke Tsai | March 19, 2019


Long a staple of various “Best of San Francisco” lists, the coffee crunch cake at Yasukochi’s Sweet Stop is a rarity among the city’s iconic foods, in the sense that a surprising number...

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Novel Ideas
Irene Edwards | March 14, 2019


It isn't all bad news out there… Across the country, poetry reading is on the rise, and in the Bay Area, where one finds a diverse representation of voices, the literary community is flourishing. Here are the lit picks of local pros....

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Artful Living
Allison McCarthy | March 12, 2019


It all started with a large-scale Richard Misrach photograph—a striking blue-green portrait of two people floating in the water. It’s the first piece Claire and Holden Spaht bought for their vacation home in...

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Power Base
Mark Simon | March 12, 2019


Known for its sweeping tolerance of individual difference and strict intolerance of political difference, San Francisco is a big city that, in matters of policy, behaves like a smaller one. Politics is a patchwork of dozens of clubs...

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Art and Soul
Jeanne Cooper | March 12, 2019


When she opened Altman Siegel Gallery in Downtown San Francisco in January 2009, Claudia Altman-Siegel hoped to fill a void—or two. “San Francisco is a difficult place for an artist to live, both because it’s...

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Animal Plan-It
Jeanne Cooper | March 11, 2019


In a region where the hunt for unicorns involves keeping ahead of the pack, the adrenaline rush of an African safari may seem like a busman’s holiday. But Silicon Valley’s high-powered professionals apply the...

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Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming Soon
Luke Tsai | March 11, 2019


Daily Driver
ETA: March 2019
For anyone whose ideal breakfast is a bagel (shown here) with a schmear of cream...

How To Fall in Love in Bermuda

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How To Fall in Love in Bermuda
Sarah Bray | March 11, 2019

Bermuda is one of the most romantic places on earth. After all, it’s where I fell in love—and then, on an anniversary trip, where I was proposed to...

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It’s Kind of a Funny Story
Theresa Gonzalez | March 8, 2019


Politics and #MeToo took center stage during the recent one-night sold-out showing of Brian Copeland’s latest play, The Great American Shit Show, co-written and performed with playwright...

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American Woman
Jacqueline Zenere | March 7, 2019


Sally LaPointe
Beginning her eponymous label in 2010 alongside her best friend-turned-business partner, Sarah Adelson, Sally LaPointe has achieved luxury designer status in a flooded contemporary market of...

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Suzanne Ennis | March 6, 2019


What to wear when hosting a salon featuring an interview with the likes of CRISPR co-inventor Jennifer Doudna or Breakthrough Initiatives Executive Director Pete Worden for dozens of movers and shakers? If you’re...

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