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Me and the Kona Blue folks

Aquaculture gets a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason—there’s a lot of sloppy practices out there—but when many fish are becoming commercially depleted to the point of extinction, aquaculture needs to get more consideration. That’s why I was especially intrigued about Kona Blue’s Kona Kampachi®, who’s well-deserved slogans include: “Good for the Ocean. Good for You.” and “Sustainably Delicious.” I’d add: “Kobe beef of the ocean,” based on the care and effort that Kona Blue puts into the kampachi.

Polyester Paradise

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

On Friday, November 30, Mezzanine and Gemini presented the Paradise Disco where polyester-clad revelers got down to the disco-tastic sounds of DJs as well as 18-piece funk-disco group Escort.

Love Disco

Love Disco

Love Disco

Cocktails on the Fly



I feel remiss, as I don’t know that I’ve done anything yet to promote one of the Web’s most engaging cocktail resources and one of the most creative and talented bartenders I’ve ever met.

Party Perfect

It’s that time of year again when I’m fielding those ubiquitous what-to-wear-to-the-office-holiday-party questions from family and friends. Is an LBD too expected? Is this mini-dress a little too mini? Is cleavage ever ok? (The answers to the questions should be no, probably and “definitely not.”)

Being a Locavore

I’m loving the organic-seasonal-local trend that’s swept the Bay Area, but I must admit that it perplexes me. Why is this a trend at all? When did we get so far removed from our food and food sources that we now only get a gold star if most of what we eat comes within 100 miles of where we live?

Extinct Food

Dancing in Ghostland

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Quirky electro-soul duo Ghostland Observatory played an off-the-hook set at Mezzanine on Thursday, November 29; leaving the dance-centric crowd begging for more.

GHOSTLAND OBSERVATORY
Ghostland Observatory

Ghostland Observatory

Jingle & Mingle

The 2007 Designer Wreath Auction brought whimsy and holiday cheer to the Golden Gate Club in SF. All proceeds from this event went to Children of Shelters, which provides educational and cultural experiences to homeless children.

Christina Dunning_Lana Adair Wreath by Hedge Leith Brooke_Brian Wilsey
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