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Pop Party
Catherine Bigelow | January 10, 2019


Silicon Valley’s female tech execs are connoisseurs of Presidio Heights’ chic apparel and home design boutiques. Now there’s another reason to drive up to San Francisco: Danielle Bourhis’ ...

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Good Form
Carolyne Zinko | January 8, 2019


She’s the tops in diplomacy, say former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former California first lady Maria Shriver and most every VIP who’s visited the Bay Area in the past few decades. Charlotte Shultz has served...

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The Heights of Passion
Carolyne Zinko | January 4, 2019


They say you can't put a prince on love. Amy Andersen does.
Silicon Valley’s top matchmaker helps tech millionaires outsource their love lives, but Cupid’s arrow doesn’t come free...

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Waiting to Inhale
Carolyne Zinko | January 3, 2019


The intersection of tech and interesting dining comes together in an unexpected place: CRAFT/ CODE kitchen & cocktails. It’s found in the newly renovated Marriott San...

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Monkey Around
Sarah Bray | January 3, 2019


Imagine strolling through Venice’s grand Procuratie to discover primates playing on its classical arches and ornate balustrades. It’s a surreal scene to envision, especially since the Napoleonic architectural wonder overlooking...

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The Hot List
Silicon Valley | January 2, 2019


1. Event Planner Du Jour
Silicon Valley philanthropists on Bay Area fine-arts boards know firsthand that J. Riccardo Benavides of Ideas Event Styling creates all-...

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Napa Anew
Jeanne Cooper | December 18, 2018


Nobu Hotel Epiphany
Software billionaire Larry Ellison and chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Silicon Valley collaboration, Nobu Hotel Epiphany Palo Alto, offers exclusive wine...

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Growth Industry
Suzanne Ennis | December 17, 2018


Farmgirl Flowers founder Christina Stembel may have traded the Indiana farm for San Francisco, but she held on tight to her Midwestern work ethic—and, today, her self-...

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Manresa Kindles A New Beginning
Laura Ness | December 14, 2018


Diners celebrating the holidays in Los Gatos have something for which to be thankful— and so does David Kinch. After a two-month closure this summer following the second destructive...

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Sculpture Garden
Sarah Bray | December 14, 2018


Paris has always been a destination for design lovers. But, this fall, an exhibit on Diego Giacometti’s plaster furniture at Musée National Picasso-Paris attracted more than the Maison et Objet crowds. For New Orleans-based...

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Theresa Gonzalez | December 12, 2018


Unconventional thinking has become a hallmark of landscape architect Jarrod Baumann’s style, and it’s something his clients, some of the most brilliant minds in Silicon Valley, have come to expect....

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Star Grazing
Laura Ness | December 5, 2018


At Dio Deka, Greek for the numerals 210 in the Main Street address of the Los Gatos restaurant that serves up Mediterranean fare, all five managing partners spread cheer by delivering amuse- bouches from the new executive...

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