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Escape From SF: American Abalone Farms

For this week's Escape from SF, we toured American Abalone Company in Davenport with owner-farmer Tom Ebert. Ebert walked us through the process of farming abalone all the way from the seedlings to harvest to edible delicacies. 

Mission Workshop Expands, Plus More Openings and Holiday Parties

Bringing you the latest in retail therapy around the Bay Area. 

PG&E and 7x7 Toast to San Francisco's Favorite Charity

The Bay Area is home to hundreds of charitable organizations making contributions, both big and small, within our community. To celebrate these efforts, Pacific Gas and Electric Company and 7x7 started an annual tradition (now in its fifth year) to help shine a spotlight on one stand-out organization by naming it "San Francisco's Favorite Charity."

Foodie Agenda: New Juice Bar, Hot & Sour Ramen, the Whole Hog, & More

From savory head cheese to gorgeous hot & sour ramen, these events will blow your food-loving mind. 

A Christmas Day Guide for Jewish Folks in SF

For many, Christmas Day is all about the big man upstair's son—or, more to the point, it's all about this nightmare—but for a chosen few, it's just another day off from work. If you're not taking part in the time-honored tradition of gaudy holiday hysteria and early AM gifting under the tree, here are a few choice ways to spend that day in San Francisco. 

6 Apple Cider Cocktails to Try Right Now

The only thing cozier than warm apple cider on a cold day? Adding a generous helping of spirits. 

Fitness Accessories That Will Inspire You to Work Out in 2015

You'll feel better about 7am bootcamp if you have these bright accessories to motivate you. 

Win a Meal at The French Laundry with Lottery Scratchers

The California Lottery is dealing in more than just money these days. Starting in January, you can win a weekend culinary experience that includes a meal at the Michelin three-starred French Laundry, just by playing scratchers. 

Inside an Industrial-Chic SoMa Bachelor Pad

This SoMa bachelor pad is simple, masculine, and definitely not overdone.

Doctor On Demand Offers Therapy Online

Did you ever see Web Therapy with Lisa Kudrow? You really should if you haven't—improvised 15 minute online episodes, all over web chat, with Kudrow playing a self-absorbed, ethically-challenged, not-so-licensed psychotherapist. The series was, in a word, brilliant. (Watch them all here; the ones with Julia Louis-Dryfus are excellent.) Well, that ostensibly zany premise, minus the questionable therapy, is now a reality.

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