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Property Porn: Bestselling Author Ellen Sussman's $5.5M Los Altos Home

New York Times bestselling author Ellen Sussman is moving to Sebastopol. She's put her Los Altos home on the market and, boy oh boy, it's a writer's paradise.

Airbnb Goes to Salone del Mobile in Milan

An interpretation of hospitality. A new way of traveling and connecting to people from all around the world who bring their culture, habits, and local customs to a foreigner's home—this is the topic of “Housewarming,” an event co-created by an eclectic partnership between Airbnb and Fabrica, an Italian a communication research centre, for the Salone del Mobile in Milan last week." 

Airbnb Goes to Salone del Mobile in Milan

An interpretation of hospitality. A new way of traveling and connecting to people from all around the world who bring their culture, habits, and local customs to a foreigner's home—this is the topic of “Housewarming,” an event co-created by an eclectic partnership between Airbnb and Fabrica, an Italian a communication research centre, for the Salone del Mobile in Milan last week." 

Nerdvana: A Trifecta of Sci-Fi Film Trailers Stirs up Geeky Fantasies

Thursday's launch of the new Star Wars trailer signaled the beginning of an epic movie trailer release weekend.

Marlowe Burger Opens in SoMa

It's April 20, which in some circles is cause for celebration. Should that circle be yours, chances are you're pretty hungry—enter Marlowe Burger, opening today.

SF Author K.M. Soehnlein Investigates the Curious Case of Producer Brian Grazer

K.M. Soehnlein, the award-winning author of The World of Normal Boys, sat down with Hollywood mega-producer Brian Grazer to talk about Grazer's new book, A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life.

Tartine and Blue Bottle Become One

Tartine has the dough, and Blue Bottle has the coffee, and with their powers combined—well, let's just say this means more bread and morning buns for all of us. Like the artisan version of La Boulange and Starbucks, this merger will likely prove massive.

Photos: #Goatchella Takes San Francisco by Storm

San Francisco may not be the most child-friendly city on the map, but this weekend it was definitely the most kid-friendly.

The 2015 Vanguard Award Winner Is...

This year, 7x7 teamed up with the University of Oregon to present the first ever Vanguard Award, which contributes $5000 to an outstanding citizen making a difference in the fields of education, sustainability, or community development, and the nominations were overwhelming. We picked seven local leaders as our finalists, and now, the people have spoken.

Live Music This Week: Faith No More, Sylvan Esso, Interpol & More

The trickle-down (or up?) effect of Coachella continues to pad the cultural wallets of the Bay Area, and steal from the actual wallets of Bay Area music obsessives. Happily. 

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