"What are the steepest streets in San Francisco?” is a question you've likely been asked a million times by everyone from random tourists in Fisherman's Wharf to your own mother.
If you're like us, than planning a kid's birthday party can seem like a truly daunting task. From getting every detail just right, to coming up with the perfect concept, and making sure that it's unforgettable... the whole process just takes time. BirthdayMasters helps overwhelmed parents with birthday party planning.
If you want to know which flowers are considered an aphrodisiac or you're dying to meet Tommy Chong, check out these local events over the three-day weekend.
In 1925, in his shop on Rue de Bondy in the western outskirts of Paris, budding entrepreneur Joseph Smutek began making quality raincoats that were meant to last for generations. His business enjoyed 15 years of success before the 1940 Nazi invasion forced the Jewish craftsman and his sons to flee France and immigrate to the United States, shuttering their business forever. Seventy-five years later, Smutek's great-grandson, Daniel Smith, is reviving the brand in San Francisco.
I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me. ~Winston Churchill
The new visual storytellers of the San Francisco fashion world draw their inspiration from sources as varied as dance, fine painting, film, and their collective international upbringings (from Germany to Turkey). Meet four local fashion photographers whose stars are on the rise.
A staple in emergency rooms and veterinary hospitals, the mind-altering drug called ketamine is now being hailed as a revolutionary treatment for those battling severe depression.
Though they're officially called 'toasted raviolis' on the menu at new Marina eatery Spaghetti Bros., these delicious pockets of pasta and cheese are actually deep-fried. According to Chefs Erik Lowe and Aaron, they're a St. Louis specialty, and they taste very similar to fried mozzarella sticks (in the best way possible). There's some leg work involved in making these at home— the ravioli dough and marinara sauce are both made from scratch— but you'll savor every moment. Try it out over the upcoming three-day weekend.
As the saying goes: Roses are red, violets are blue, and orchids are way prettier and more exotic looking. (That's how it goes, right?)
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
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