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The Five Gayest Cocktails In the Castro

In honor of Pride Month, I bring you a roundup of five of the "gayest" cocktails I could find around the Castro – where, by the way, in contrast to previous decades, it's not so impossible to get a well made drink anymore.

The Faces Behind Mid Market-SoMa-Tenderloin Turmoil

No neighborhood—no, not even the city's precious Mission District—has received as much hand-wringing over the last year than the apex of Mid Market, SoMa, and the Tenderloin. And with good reason.

This Week's Hottest Events: Designing for the POTUS, Street Cinema, and More

7x7 editors reveal the hottest events going on this week and give you a head's up on tickets to grab in advance (before they sell out)!

Win a Signed Print of Lawrie Brown's "Yellow Ice Cream"

By Lawrie Brown’s own admission, paranoia about the artificial additives prevalent in mass-produced comestibles inspired the photographer’s popular “Colored Food” series, which is now riding a viral wave through the Interwebs.

An IT Dude Who Dresses From The Feet Up

What are you wearing? 

Kill City button-up, Publish shorts, Uniqlo socks, Nike SB Janoski Digi Floral sneakers.

Vote for the Top 10 Your City Your Chef 2014 Finalists

For the fifth year in a row, 7x7, in partnership with Trumer Pils, called upon its readers to nominate the city's most promising chefs. We narrowed it down to the top ten finalists in our search for the Bay Area's most up-and-coming culinary star – now it's your turn to vote one to the top!

This Week in Live Music: 10,000 Maniacs, Cowboy Junkies, Ester Rada, and More

More venue news for San Francisco music lushes, this time an update for one of the most pristine music halls on the West Coast. The Nob Hill Masonic Center and its billion dollar views are currently undergoing a renovation project, which is due for September completion.

Where to Plop Poolside in San Francisco

From swanky indoor pools, to heated saltwater baths, here's where to get your swim on in SF.

Scenes of the City: Homegrown Artist Stephen Namara Shares His Studio

For this week's Scenes of the City we spent some time with San Francisco artist Stephen Namara, a member of the Hunters Point Shipyard Artist group. Namara is an oil painter who uses a variety of techniques – including a cotton sock – to apply dry pigments.

Contrarian Elon Musk Goes All Open Source with Tesla, Promises Not to Sue Patent Violators

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On Thursday, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk announced on the company’s site (in a post titled “All Our Patents Are Belong to You”) that the electric car company would stop pursuing patent enforcement for anyone using their technology “in good faith.” (What that means exactly is still open to interpretation.) 

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