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Mr. Indecision, Part 2

by The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way,

Fashion Justice for All

Black and White Ball 2008 Launch Party

On Wednesday, April 2 the San Francisco Symphony held a special VIP cocktail reception at the Robert Fountain Design Studio to celebrate the launch of the 2008 Black and White Ball. In attendance were SF Symphony President John Goldman and Black and White Ball Chair Patricia Sprincin, who unveiled the all-star entertainment lineup for this year’s festivities, which include big-name acts like Seal, Blues Traveler and Pete Escovedo.

Virginia Lukkes, Judy Webster

Best of the Best

We joke around in the office that our Best Of issue, which is coming up in June, should be called the “Best Places Our Friends Told Us About” issue—because the most valuable tips always come word of mouth. First, we start with our own personal list collected from the past year and then we start polling the people whose opinions we respect, for everything from their new secret spots to their perennial favorites. Finally, we fan out and give everything a try. To be honest, the hardest part isn’t coming up with the ideas, but whittling it all down. Playing favorites can actually be a rather painful experience.

The Eat + Drink List: This week's top 7

courtesy of The Great Tortilla Conspiracy

1. Corn Fed



Nedda, 26, Sales
Lives: Nob Hill
Style Icon: Punk Rockers!
Wearing: Express cardigan, studded belt, Frankie B jeans, red flats
Jackie O or Madonna: Madonna
Who's closet would you like to raid? Victoria Beckham or Gwen Stefani

*Title supplied by subject to describe his look.

Top 7 A+E Picks

Company C Contemporary Ballet
courtesy of Company C Contemporary Ballet

Here’s 7 not-to-miss A+E happenings this week.

1. Dan Savage and Amy Richards at City Arts & Lectures
These two controversial columnists will discuss their new books that both focus on an unconventional look at family and childrearing at the Herbst Theatre on Tuesday, April 8.

Mr. Indecision

by The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way,

Peter Sellers Knows How to Party

The Party
courtesy of United Artists

Drunk Waiters and Birdie Num Nums At the Castro

Switches at Popscene

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

UK-based indie-pop outfit Switches performed at Popscene on Thursday, March 20. The Leeds, England new wave outfit the Pigeon Detectives opened the show.


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