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It’s that time of year again….

It’s that time of year. It’s finally the weekend that bass lines weave through acacia trees and Monterey pines into the avenues, and smuggled-in cannabis vapes intermingle with the haze of Fogust. In one hand you’ll have a Senor Sisig burrito; in the other, a locally-brewed IPA. This August 9-11 is Outside Lands at Golden […]

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Alert to those who use Muni as their DD

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency [SFMTA] warns that for approximately two weeks starting August 12, train service through the subway will shut down early each night, leaving late-night commuters to rely on replacement buses to make trips between Embarcadero and West Portal Stations. SFMTA dropped the announcement last week, noting that from 9:30 p.m. […]

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Glam pop!

Olivia Hsu Decker knows more than a little bit about Parisian design. The owner of two French chateaus, Decker is also the listing agent for 1001 California St., Unit 3, a two-bedroom occupying a full floor in a Beaux-Arts building down the street from Grace Cathedral. “The quality of the apartment is rare, it’s better […]

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Thomas keller. Solid and classic.

There’s a fresh crop of traditional Mexican herbs and chiles growing in the French Laundry’s culinary garden, planted just for use at La Calenda, a casual new taqueria from, yes, Thomas Keller. The restaurant opened quietly last week at 6518 Washington Street, just blocks from the famous restaurateur’s three Michelin star flagship the French Laundry and […]

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Carbos and fat. And salt. Done.

Since learning of plans for Daily Driver, a combination creamery and bakery that’s headed to Dogpatch, San Franciscans desperate for a decent bagel have been whipping themselves into a frenzy. “We’re always afraid to post updates on Instagram,” says partner Tamara Hicks, “because people will message us and say, ‘can we have three dozen bagels this Monday?’” Not just […]

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San Francisco Demographics – Who We Are; Where We Come From; What We Believe; How We Live; What We Do

There is no city on the planet quite like ours, and here are some of the details. Compiled by Paragon Real Estate for your entertainment and, perhaps, mild edification. Ancestry, Age, Religion, Education, Employment, Language & Politics A Miscellaneous Selection of Diverse Statistics Selected Statistics by San Francisco Zip Code: Income, Education, Foreign Birth & Homeownership All […]

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Finally we are getting some weather!

San Francisco has no shortage of beautiful coffee shops to sit and sip. When better to appreciate them than when it’s dark and gloomy out, with a cup of hot coffee or tea to warm you up while you watch the drops fall through those big, pretty windows? These are by no means all the […]

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A Restaurant with a View…

San Francisco Restaurants With Spectacular Views San Francisco certainly isn’t lacking in the epic view department. Here are 11 places to gaze over your date’s shoulder at the view, whether it’s the Bay, the Pacific Ocean or one of the bridges (or a totally dense wall of fog). This time around we’re focusing on the best […]

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Events this Weekend in SF

This weekend has lots of great things to do for free or very cheap. From free bikes to the Filipino Cultural Festival to Fruit Pie Contest and Tasting Party, following this link will help you fill your calendar with fun! And you can sign up for their email newsletter! View more here

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