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Nightlife Guide 2015: Best Comedy, Karaoke, and Quirk in San Francisco

From bowling and mini golf to comedy and karaoke, here are San Francisco's most beloved haunts for after-dark revelers seeking a shot of quirky entertainment to go with their fernet.

Cool Tech Gadgets For Your Pet

You’ve integrated your vitals and fitness tracking on your hip, everything else on your wrist, and can analyze the world in front of you with your headset, but there’s one thing missing—the ability to interact and engage your pet on the same level. You’ve moved into the digital era, and it’s high time that your furry family members do, too. Here are some of the coolest gadgets for your pets. 

Foodie Agenda: Special Coffee, Mezcal Tasting & a Spring Feast

Your must-eat-and-drink guide in San Francisco this week.

7x7 Book Club: Heidi Julavits' "The Folded Clock" & More

Re-reading your childhood diaries is usually cause for embarrassment (after all, the Mortified series wouldn't exist without them). But for Heidi Julavits, they served as the inspiration to keep a new diary, which chronicles her fortysomething life as a writer, mother, and wife. The result is The Folded Clock, an unusual take on a memoir that veers between past and present, encompassing everything from her love of The Bachelorette to the end of her first marriage. Equal parts funny, searching, and sad, it's the kind of book that prompts you to reexamine the simplest daily routines in your own life. 

We All Scream for #FreeConeDay at Ben & Jerry's

Free ice cream today at Ben & Jerry's! Get some!

Photos: SF Giants 2015 Home Opening Day

Although the 2014 World Series Champs lost their Home Opener (0-2) against the Colorado Rockies, the fans were there in throngs to cheer on their favorite team, the San Francisco Giants. The sun was out and the party was on with the crowd of 42,019, everyone was excited to not only see their favorite team again but to also welcome them back home to good ole, AT&T Park.

Street Style: The Men of San Francisco's FiDi

When we moved 7x7 HQ from techie SoMa to downtown SF, we were immediately smitten with the boys. Or rather, the men who, in this part of town, are particularly dapper in suits, ties, and polished accessories for working grownups. We felt it our duty to catch up with these handsome lads and to share them with you in all their photogenic glory. Because really, who doesn't love a man in a suit?!

Gastronomes Hit the Jackpot in Reno

Reno Provisions Lunch

There are many things you may not know about the Biggest Little City. For one, the locavore and microfarming philosophies championed in the Bay Area have reached this mountain town, where sushi lunches, food trucks (and bikes!), and curry and basil ice cream are now a thing. Here are the best places to chow down in Reno.

7 Summer Art, Music & Design Events to up Your Culture Cred

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Summer will be here before we know it, and now's the time to start filling up your calendar with the Bay Area's best art, music, and design events coming down the pipeline. From al fresco jazz to a renegade craft fair, here are the seven can't-miss arts events this summer.

Best Marin Beaches for Swimmers, Families, Boozy Brunchers & More

Given the vast number of stunning beaches in Marin, we're hard-pressed to narrow our favorites to a mere seven. These sandy and rocky gems are each well worth a visit, whether it's to take in views of wildlife or splash around in a lagoon. Read on, and prepare to get sand in your suit.

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