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Odious Lists: A New Game for Dirty-Minded Millennials

Odious Lists, a game designed to celebrate those among us with the dirtiest minds, is the latest in a line of local Kickstarter success stories. The Scattergories-meets-Cards-Against-Humanity hybrid achieved crowdfunding fame after it was endorsed by Neil Patrick Harris on Twitter—and if Neil Patrick Harris says something is hilarious, the world knows to listen. 

5 Topics Everyone Will Be Discussing Over Brunch

Hold onto your grapefruit mimosa, this house will blow the socks right off ya! 

A Sunny Art-Filled Staycation at Rosewood Sand Hill

Oh, we hear you: You live in San Francisco, a world-class destination, but often find yourself needing a quick luxury escape from the throngs of fleece-enrobed tourists and cruffin-Instagramming residents. Consider a staycation at the Rosewood Sand Hill resort in Palo Alto.

Shop Talk: W Pop-Up, Les Méchantes Moves In & Blake Kuwahara Eyewear

If it's a fashionable way to spend, and happening in the Bay Area, we're talking about it on Shop Talk.

10 New Summer Activities to Try in Tahoe

Summer activities are in full swing at Lake Tahoe and they range from drive-in movies by the lake and interactive art in the forest to flying through the air with your best friends.

Preview the Outside Lands Food Lineup at these Summer Pairing Events

Can't wait to feast on all the delicious dishes that will be at Outside Lands this year? Taste some of the best offering from the food line up before the festival at the Fifth Annual Summer Pairings Series.

New Tenderloin Museum Showcases the Heart of a Forgotten Neighborhood

The Tenderloin, although sometimes forgotten, glossed over, and avoided, has deep roots in San Francisco's rich history and heritage. The new Tenderloin Museum, opening July 16, celebrates the underbelly of the city and its fascinating, if often unrecognized, history.

5 Amazing After-Work Hikes in San Francisco

The long days of summer are here, so why are you still going to the gym every day after work? Living in San Francisco, it's easier than you think to squeeze in a rejuvenating post-work hike. Check out these 5 hikes and get your daily dose of the outdoors.

Best of San Francisco 2015: Cute Toys, Clothes + Ways to Play With Kids and Pets

Ok, so San Francisco may not exactly be known as a place for kids. Except that everyone we know seems to be having them these days. And for those who don't have the human variety, "fur babies" are an actual thing. So listen up, family people: Here are the best things the Bay Area has to offer to have fun with and take care of your little ones, furry or not.

Weekend Guide: Renegade Craft Fair and Films at the Roxie

This weekend is full of all things arts and crafts.

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