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5 Wine & Food Events Worth a Road Trip

There's no shortage of great food and wine in San Francisco, but there are also some hidden gems just across our three bridges. Mark your calendars for upcoming events from Sonoma Countyto Monterey. Queue up your playlist and roll down the windows—they are all well worth the drive.

Best of Bay Area Hair: Blowouts, Balayage, and More

We've plucked the best hair treatments in the Bay Area for your grooming pleasure.

The 2015 Big Cheap: 100 Things to Do in SF Under $20

From buying a home to grabbing a bite on Valencia, it seems almost impossible to find anything in the city these days that won't put a critical wound in your wallet. Which why we've come up with 100 things to do in San Francisco for under $20. 

Hike Among Redwoods in the Oakland Hills

Draped over 500 acres in the Oakland Hills, with expansive views of San Francisco and the Bay, Joaquin Miller Park is a delightful place to hike among towering redwoods. Operated by the city of Oakland it’s named after its former owner, noted local writer and poet Joaquin Miller.

East Bay Foodie Update: Pie and Cocktails for All

On this gorgeous Friday, we're thrilled to bring you news about two of your favorite things—cocktails and pie.

Manscaping & Beyond: Best Bay Area Grooming Treatments for Men

From hangover treatments to straight razor shaves to tiding up your overgrown nether regions, our Bay Area beauty guide for men will have you feeling shiny and new in no time. 

Perfume Genius Glams It Up at The Greek Theatre in Berkeley

Seattle-born Mike Hadreas, known as Perfume Genius, is making waves with his art-pop/electronica singles, "Queen" and "I'm a Mother." After battling drug addiction and surviving rehab, his first two albums were cast off YouTube for "mature sexual content," which, of course, was the beginning of his faithful following. Now, with his new critically acclaimed album, “Too Bright,” Hadreas has salvaged his risqué reputation by toning down his sexual-identity angst.

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

1970's style dominated the spring collections. Our resident fashion expert, Lauren Goodman, tells us how the top trends stack up in San Francisco.

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.

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