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The Jewish Contribution to Modernism and More Intriguing Art Openings

From never-before-seen Native American artifacts to raw, 19th century photos of Yosemite, here are the three art openings you must add to your cultural calendar.  

Drink Here Now: Meet the Distiller, Play Bocce Ball, and Dance

This week's drinking assignments have been posted. Ready, set, drink!

25 Bay Area Startups Making a World of Difference

Obvious bias aside, the San Francisco Bay Area is one bad ass region. We embody ingenuity and create products that people around the world love and enjoy on a daily basis. You're all very welcome. 

11 Must-See Movies at the 57th San Francisco International Film Festival

The San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF) kicks off its 57th year tomorrow, and the lineup of quality films and attending celebrities is staggering—and sure to leave you star-struck (Parker Posey, Don Johnson, Jeremy Irons). We combed through the list of 200 films—a majority of which you may never see on the big screen again—over the next 15 days to bring you a list of must-see movies, according to us. It’s showtime, people.

Scenes of the City: Stunning Views From the Kirby Cove Campsite

For this week's Scenes of the City we went camping just across the Golden Gate Bridge at Kirby Cove.

Say Goodbye To Carrots, And Hello To Amour Vert and Fellow Barber

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

In Mexico City, Things Are Hotter Than Ever

For some, Mexico City comes with a warning label. When I posted on Facebook that I was going, my sister emailed me an article about beheadings. A tennis pal cautioned me to take only radio-controlled taxis, to avoid the risk of being taken for a metaphorical (and literal) ride.

The Moms Project + Eco-Luxury Expert Zem Joaquin's Earth Day Tips

What better way to commemorate Earth Day than by celebrating the women who make the world go 'round: Moms. 

The Eight Greatest Craft Beer Openings Since Last Summer

Speakeasy's Tap Room

If it seems like there’s a new neighborhood taproom, brewpub, or tasting room opening every month or two, you’ve been paying attention. And with Smokestack – Magnolia’s long awaited restaurant and bar – opening in Dogpatch soon, this seems like an opportune time to catch our collective breath and provide an update on a few of the craft beer places that have opened in the last year or so.

This House Cray: A Pac Heights Home With Views Worth $9M

These days, it's simply not enough to have sweeping views of the entire Bay Area to admire from the windows of your humble abode, you also need five separate viewing decks to take it all in from, like this "cray" house does. 

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