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Sweat SF: Vint Brings Personal Trainers to Your Fingertips

Need a personal trainer? There's an app for that.

One Rincon Hill, SF's Tallest Building to Sell for $400 Million

One Rincon Hill, the towering apartment complex sitting on the base of the Bay Bridge entrance, is set to sell for a lofty $400 million—a new Bay Area record. 

Oakland Gets a Massive New Brewpub, Drake's Dealership

Nearly two years in the making, the long-awaited Drake's Dealership brewpub, from the team behind Drake's Brewery and Jupiter pub in Berkeley, will open in early August.

Find the 12 Pianos Hidden in the San Francisco Botanical Gardens

This month, the gardens will be alive with the sound of music.

7x7 Book Club: Pirate Hunters, Punk Memoirs & More

Everyone dreams of discovering a sunken pirate ship laden with gold, but John Chatterton and John Mattera, the real-life underwater explorers whose story is told in Robert Kurson's Pirate Hunters, actually think they may have found one.

Meet the Men of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco

Take three real estate agents — a hipster-bearded business guy, a suave Pac Heights cutie, and a bitchy gay out for total domination — have them compete for the best listings in San Francisco, and make sure a camera crew is filming the whole time.

That's right, Bravo's Million Dollar Listing is coming to San Francisco tomorrow!

We Wanna Be Friends With Printmakers Carissa Potter Carlson and Heather Van Winckle

Carissa and Heather of People I've Loved

In 2012, Carissa Potter Carlson created People I’ve Loveda line of cute stationery and art objects full of whimsy, irreverence, and heart.

The Bay Area's Most Festive Tiki Bars

When summer brings more fog than tradewinds, it’s time to go tiki. The Bay Area is home to a surprisingly large number of moody hideaways that glow with pufferfish lamps and potent, flame-lit drinks.

Tech Geeks Get a New HQ, The Village, in Mid-Market

From Facebook to Twitter, Microsoft to Autodesk, Silicon Valley’s biggest names are vying for their moment at The Village, San Francisco's new innovation hub where high-profile events are merging technology with art. 

We Wanna Be Friends With Lee Quan of Lee's Deli

If you work or live downtown, you’ve most likely eaten at one of the ubiquitous Lee’s Deli locations. Founded by Lee Quan, a rare born-and-raised SF native, Lee’s has been serving tasty and affordable sandwiches, salads, soups, Asian dishes, and a veritable smorgasbord of other fare since 1983. 

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