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Talib Kweli Photos from Hip Hop Live Tour

The Hip Hop Live Tour featured Talib Kweli, David Banner, and Little Brother at The Grand Ballroom.

View photos from the concert

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SF Fashion and Beauty Events


Courtesy of Loyal Army Clothing

What:
Loyal Army’s “Party for the Pets”

When:
7 p.m., Oct. 16

Where:
Loyal Army Clothing, 1728 Haight St., 415-897-9797
 
Why:

Scala's Bistro: A bright spot

One of our fabulous informants snapped this picture and sent it our way—suffice to say, this particular diner clearly found Scala’s Bistro to be a little too dark, and decided to remedy the situation by turning her mag light—er,  flood light—on the menu. Funny stuff. My question: does this diner travel around with this massive flashlight in her handbag?

26th Annual Macy’s Passport Fashion Show

On Thursday, September 18, such stars as comedian Dame Edna, No Doubt drummer Adrian Young, the Jabbawockeez dance crew and designer Tommy Hilfiger rounded out the guest list at the 26th annual Macy’s Passport HIV/AIDS fundraising gala. Models strutted timeless fall staples at the eagerly awaited fashion show and main attraction of this event.


Wendy Simon Armstrong, Victoria Yeager Sawyer, Jackie Chimera

Ferragamo Boutique Hosts Candace Bushnell Book Signing

Salvatore Ferragamo and Denise Hale hosted an afternoon soiree on Friday, September 26 to celebrate the publication of One Fifth Avenue. Candace Bushnell signed copies of her new book for guests and donated 10 percent of the day’s sales to benefit Children of Shelters.


Kim Jackson, Natasha Monahan, Lindsay Bolton, Barbara Brown

Strange Fruit: The Latest from the Farmers Market

It's an heirloom-tomato-eat-heirloom-tomato world out there at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. SF's resident foodies, not content to settle for something as banal and yesteryear as an Early Girl (unless it's dry-farmed, of course) are always on the lookout for what's new, hot, the latest!

Beyond a small frenzy over Ella Bella's dry-farmed tomatoes (I saw Italian cookbook author Carol Field buying up bagfuls), this is what my trip to the market last Saturday revealed:

Dire Straights, Part 4

By: The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way
,

In matters of the heart, do friends know best?

We ask friends for advice but do we listen? They say love is blind.  If that’s the case aren’t we blind to advice as well?

I’ve spent countless hours with friend’s analyzing relationships.  Often, it’s crystal clear to me she needs to dump him. Sometimes we discuss this same guy for months, week, years. The same issues, But nothing happens. Until it does happen and it’s not usually because of anything I’ve said.

I often think, all this time we’ve spent analyzing we could’ve certainly solved something important about something important in the world .

The thing is, no one knows what happens when you’re together. They don’t see the rose petals on bed, foot rubs, the pet names.

When Love is Not Enough: Pizzeria Delfina #2

There are some things that you just want to love. You want to love it because of the people involved, or because it’s a great idea, or because you know how much thought and care went into making the dream a reality. But no matter how you try, you just can’t love it—at least not like you’d hoped.

I’m sorry to say that this is how I felt about the new Pizzeria Delfina on California Street. As anyone who knows me already knows, I am a huge Delfina booster. I love that little pizzeria on 18th street, despite the crushing popularity that has made a wait just par for the course. I love the stools flanking the open kitchen, the breadsticks and the bustle. I love the food, which always just seems like the perfect version—the perfect roasted cauliflower, the perfect tuna conserva, the perfect pizza.

Mos Def, Hercules & Love Affair Play Artists Ball Seven, Rogue Wave Cancels

Playing to a mashup crowd of hipsters, socialites, drag queens and red-white-and-blue clad revelers, Mos Def headlined Artists Ball Seven: The New Party at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on Friday. Check out his performance of "Fake Bonanza" below.
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