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Sweat SF: Everything You Need To Know About HIT FIT SF

When my fiancé first suggested I try a boxing class, I protested that I liked my nose and had yet to decide on the name of my WrestleManiaesque alter ego. Thankfully, the beginner and cardio boxing classes at HIT FIT SF don’t require headgear. Or body slams.

5 Hot Restaurants Perfect for Family-Style Dining

All over the city, new restaurants are confidently offering a different style of menu: family style (or at least they’re listing a few big dishes built to share). Instead of everyone ordering their own plates, now you need to come to a quorum at the table about what you want to order. It's about shared enjoyment. Come together, right now, over food.

The Explorer’s Guide to Mendocino

When Marin is packed and Big Sur is feeling crowded, we like to take off for Mendocino County. Just a few hours drive north up Highway 1, this place is a NorCal dream with acres of redwood forests, hot springs, and long stretches of wild, untamed coastline. Who knows — maybe we’ll see you up there this weekend.

Weekend Guide: Return of Off the Grid, a Honky-Tonk Showdown, and More

Off the Grid Presidio

Eat your way through our city's best food truck fare, score free museum admission, and let your hillbilly freak flag fly.

Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon Coming to SF

Kim Gordon Girl in a Band

Grunge icon Kim Gordon, cofounder of the ’80s alt-rock band Sonic Youth, will share stories from her recent memoir, Girl in a Band, with Portlandia’s Carrie Brownstein at the Jewish Community Center next week.

Say Goodbye to the Bay Lights (For Now)

Hear ye, hear ye: The Bay Lights, the famous Bay Bridge light installation by artist Leo Villareal, will be temporarily removed for maintenance in early March. With a jarring 25,000 LED white lights zipping along 1.8 miles across the bridge, the artwork proved quite the stunner when it was unveiled in 2013.

Legion of Honor's Exhibition, "High Style," Features the Evolution of 20th Century Fashion Design

Next month's unveiling of “High Style,” at the Legion of Honor, offers a rare glimpse into the evolution of 20th-century fashion design.

Hawker Fare Brings Pricey Southeast Asian Street Food to the Mission

There is not much I can actually claim to know anything about, but given my Southeast Asian heritage—and the fact that I spent the majority of my 20s traveling the backpacker circuit through that part of the world—I feel confident about my knowledge and familiarity with the cuisines of the region. So when Michelin-starred chef James Syhabout recently opened the second outpost of his Thai street-food eatery Hawker Fare in the Valencia Street corridor, we summoned a First World tuk-tuk (aka an Uber) to whisk us there, stat. No reason to keep nostalgia waiting.

How Spring's Top 7 Menswear Trends Stack up in SF

With slightly warmer weather coming our way, it's time for men to step out and rock some fresh trends. From Indigo dyed to surf inspired, the season change can't come fast enough. 

Drink Here Now: Girl Scout Cookie Cocktail Pairings and a Sushi Nook

February is almost over. You deserve a drink. A big one.

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