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Cinderella’s Glass Slipper Reimagined by Nine Luxury Shoe Designers

When you were a child, did you wander around the house dressed in pinks or powders blues, pretending to be a Disney Princess? Ever wonder what it would be like to wear those iconic glass slippers? Well, your Disney-loving adult self may be in luck now.

Property Porn: Gold Coast Manor for $39 Million

We thought we had found you the most opulent available mansion that San Francisco had to offer, but it turns out we were short—by nearly $30 million. 

Guys, You Can Stop Wearing Topknots Now

Like the Lord almighty, 7x7 giveth and 7x7 taketh away. Take, for example, topknots, which, we're here to tell you, are over. 7x7 was the first to the male bunparty back in May 2014, championing the librarian-chic 'do for dudes as ultra-sexy. Which it was. Hollywood A-listers like Jared Leto, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jake Gyllenhaal all helped give this look steam. But the time is now to make it stop. Stop doing that thing to your hair. 

Retail March Madness: Trunk Shows, Pop-Ups, and Sample Sales

Update your spring wardrobe with unique pieces at these one-off fashion events. From a pop-up curated by a former Nasty Gal buyer to a very rare San Francisco sample sale paradise, add these March events to your calendar to feed your fashion fix.

This Week in Live Music: Tweedy, Widespread Panic, and More

We’re used to reading news about record stores/venues closing up shop, but local independent music junkies received some refreshing news last week: Oakland’s beloved record store/venue hybrid 1-2-3-4 Go! Records is opening a second store in San Francisco soon, a great (if not counter-trending) sign for the local music scene. More details to come, but our hearts are warmed and our bodies reinvigorated. Let’s celebrate at these no-duh shows:

Best of Bay Area Beauty: Mud Baths, Massages, and More

We've selected the best body treatments in the Bay Area, perfect for soothing away your winter doldrums, office-ignited stress, or après-gym soreness.

The Big Eat Oakland: 50 Things to Taste Before You Die

After years of putting together the annual Big Eat San Francisco, in 2014 we expanded our famous culinary listicle across the Bay Bridge. From the chilaquiles at Grand Lake Kitchen to Hopscotch's Yonsei Oyster, here are 50 things you need to try in the Town before you die. 

A Modern Guide to Bernal Heights

Few San Francisco neighborhoods have a small village vibe quite like Bernal Heights does. This little 'hood on the hill is known for its quite and quaint character, spectacular views, lush farmers markets, vibrant homes, friendly people, and an unfair amount of sun. Here's your guide to it.

8 Lesser Known Apps Surfers Should Have

Sure, tipping back waves of beer is one way to inner bliss, but nothing compares to catching waves at the beach—that moment when lip crests over you, making you and the wave feel as one. Everything else melts away. Surfing produces powerful healing affects, which is why surf apps need to deliver. Sure, there are the standards like Surfline and Magicseaweed, but there are also many other lesser known but equally helpful apps in the sea perfect for helping you catch the tastiest waves.

Post-Prohibition Cocktails at Stookey's Club Moderne

Something mysterious and wonderful is happening at the corner of Bush and Taylor. After a host of local bars came and went (Royal Tug Yacht Club and Yong San Lounge, to name a few), the recently opened Stookey's Club Moderne aims to breathe new life into the centrally-located space, thanks to '30s-inspired decor, smartly dressed bartenders, and a cocktail menu that will soon be the envy of many a mustachioed bartender.

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