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Five Off-the-Beaten-Path Wineries in Calistoga
Ian White | October 9, 2018

 

In well-trodden Napa Valley, it’s easy to find everything you need on the main drag (Highway 29) and avoid the additional drive time to explore points north. However, if you take...

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Finally, the Bay Area’s Filipino Food Scene Takes a Star Turn
Luke Tsai | October 8, 2018

On a Saturday night in SoMa, about 40 diners sat down at a long table lined with banana leaves and piled high with delicacies—slices of crackly...

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Three New Restaurants to Try Right Now
Josh Sens and Luke Tsai | October 8, 2018

Pearl
Outer Richmond
In the foggy and informal Richmond district, a former dry cleaners has been primped and styled into a snazzy outfit without a hint of...

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Joyriding on the ‘Bullitt’ Car Chase Route
Ian A. Stewart | October 5, 2018

 

When it comes to serious, capital-J journalism, preparation is everything. So when I got the word that I’d be test-driving Ford’s special-release 2019...

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King’s Keeper
Lindsey J. Smith | October 4, 2018

Editor’s Note: This is one of many stories San Francisco is publishing over the next month as part of the October 2018 Legacy Issue. To read stories as they become available online,...

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Designing While Black
Summer Sewell | October 3, 2018

It’s the start of the magic hour, and a group of Bay Area design professionals have gathered inside the Herman Miller showroom. The arched windows frame a cityscape that looks more like an oil painting than real-...

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Jay Jeffers’s New Book Shows Off His Most Daring Interiors
Erin Feher | October 3, 2018

They say you never forget your first. For me, it’s been true. I remember the encounter like it was yesterday: all the little details, like the pure-...

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This Sound Sculpture Turns Oakland’s Air Pollution into Bells
By Julian Borromeo | October 2, 2018

 

For hundreds of years, bells have been part of the fabric of life in cites. They chime the hour, celebrate marriages, and mourn deaths. And now, bells...

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Anna Halprin’s Curtain Call
Robin Rinaldi | October 2, 2018

Editor’s Note: This is one of many stories San Francisco is publishing over the next month as part of the October 2018 Legacy Issue. To read stories as they become available online...

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Move Over, Avocado Toast. Kaya Toast Is a Thing Now.
Luke Tsai | October 1, 2018

 

In the beginning, there was kaya jam. Kate Campecino was working in the pastry department at Coi in 2014 when she was hit with a craving for the custard-...

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Nik Sharma’s New Indian Cookbook Breaks All the Rules
Luke Tsai | October 1, 2018

Right from the outset, Nik Sharma tells us that his debut cookbook, Season, isn’t a “...

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Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming Soon
Luke Tsai | October 1, 2018

 

Isla Vida
Fillmore
ETA: October 2018
Chef Jay Foster (pictured above, right) and two other members of the...

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