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Muni Prices on the Rise This Summer

Keep hoarding those quarters, commuters. The price of Muni will increase again next month, making this the second bump in just one year. 

A Stern Grove Wedding Among the Redwoods

Vivian and Dave said "I do" in the middle of a perfect San Francisco day.

5 Warriors-Themed Treats to Celebrate Tonight

Tonight's the night. With the Warriors up 3-2 headed into the sixth game of the finals, the Golden State can bring home the glory on their home turf tonight. In honor of the momentous occasion, we rounded up some of our favorite local, Warriors-themed snacks, to toast Curry on a job well done. 

Kim Kardashian West to Speak About 'Objectification of Women' in Oakland

Noted beacon of female empowerment Kim Kardashian West is coming to Oakland to speak about, among other things, the objectification of women. Well, naturally. The Commonwealth Club of California will host Kardashian at an Inforum event on June 30, to be held at the Paramount Theater.  

Three Twins Ice Cream Celebrates PRIDE with LGBT-Friendly Flavor Lineup

Local purveyors of organic sweets, Three Twins Ice Cream, has announced their yearly lineup of LGBT-friendly flavors in honor of PRIDE weekend. And like years past, they're definitely NSFW. 

Playtime in Reno: Where to Climb, Bike, and Shop in the City

Whitney Peak Reno

Playing in Reno used to mean hitting some of the gaming tables or pulling a few slot handles, but now, hanging out in the Biggest Little City can mean jumping on giant trampolines, hunting for vintage clothing, and braving the world’s tallest climbing wall while dangling over the Reno Arch. Here's where to climb, bike, and shop on your next trip to Nevada. 

Scoma’s Restaurant: Celebrating 50 Years on Iconic Fisherman’s Wharf

Scoma's Restaurant, an iconic San Francisco restaurant, announced its 50th anniversary celebration on Fisherman's Wharf.

The Cognoscente: Hanging with Oakland Designer Marisa Haskell

With fans that range from local style mavens to supermodels (ahem, Linda Evangelista), Santa Barbara-raised designer Marisa Haskell of Marisa Mason Jewelry is as fashion-forward as she is down-to-earth. From her studio in Temescal Alley, she turns out bronze and brass pieces with leather, bead, and crystal ornamentations made entirely by hand.

4 Women Makers Who Inspire Us

Meet four Bay Area women who bring imagination into our daily lives with their art, designs, craft, and games.  

Newlyweds Get a Second Chance at Love in Tiburon

All eyes were on the San Francisco Giants as they were fighting off the Kansas City Royals in game three of the World Series. Meanwhile, in the sleepy town of Tiburon, a much more restrained excitement was in the air. Michelle and David, who had both been married before, marked a new beginning with an intimate wedding.

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