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Housemade Fireball Takes Over Artisanal Cocktail Bars

Whether you love it or loathe it, Fireball is one of the hottest shots around right now. Maybe it's your punctuation mark to a long night or maybe the smell is reminiscent of hangovers and bad choices. Either way, Fireball is taking over the bay, and now, top bartenders are mixing their own artisanal Fireball shots. For a grownup version of this college-friendly booze, head to these local SF bars. 

New Website Maps All the Internet's Kitties

Say hello to your new timesuck. Last week, Mashable reported on “I Know Where Your Cat Lives,” a site that culls metadata from the over 15 million available geotagged images tagged with “cat” on social media sharing sites and places them on a world map. It is truly pussy galore.

We Wanna Be Friends With Hi Tops Owners Jesse Woodward & Dana Gleim

Hi Tops co-owners Jesse Woodward and Dana Gleim are fast approaching the opening of their second venture, Bandidos. And we're pretty excited, too. 

Yelp Turns 10, So Here Are Some Crazy One-Star Reviews of the Country's Best Restaurants

Conceived after company CEO Jeremy Stoppelman had a cold and needed a good doctor recommendation, Yelp, the controversial and wildly successful review site that's changed the playing field when it comes to customer critiques, turns 10 this year.

Cal Academy's First Photo Exhibit Showcases Nature at its Most Stunning

It all began with a simple call to action: What on Earth have you photographed? Featuring the work of award-winning nature, wildlife, and conservation photographers from around the world, Cal Academy's first major photo exhibit, BigPicture, celebrates Mother Nature's most stunning moments, ranging from jaw-dropping to harrowing. 

Festival del Sole Draws Art, Culture, and Celebrities to Napa Valley

Festival del Sole, Napa Valley's annual celebration of arts and culture, left wine country abuzz with celebrities, special events, and delicious cuisine. With a week-long calendar packed with everything from al fresco concerts to patron dinners to an elegant gala, the 10-day-long offered something for all wine country tastes.

How Not to Act When Hidden Cash Return to SF This Weekend

You may remember the uproar that was encited last May when local millionaire real estate investor, Jason Buzi, left marked envelopes stuffed with cash around the city. Well, he's baaack, and this time you may want to keep your eye out for Pez dispensers. 

What’s on Tap for IPA Day 2014

Our infatuation with the strong and hoppy India Pale Ales shows no sign of abating. It’s no wonder then, why IPA fanatics, led by Berkeley’s Ashley Routson (aka The Beer Wench), organized the first IPA Day back in 2011. This year’s celebration takes place on Thursday, August 7.

This Week's Hottest Events: An Oakland Baycation, Pongapalooza, & More

7x7 editors reveal the hottest events going on this week and give you a head's up on tickets to grab in advance (before they sell out)!

Pac Heights: A One-Woman Tech Bus Protest

This lady is mad as hell, and she's not going to take it anymore. Last Thursday night, circa 8:30 pm, this photo was snapped outside Jackson Fillmore Trattoria in Pacific Heights, just as the eBay bus was dropping off a load of employees.

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