If you're hosting NYE this year (or need a gift for someone who is), we recommend stopping by Zinc Details for some last-minute life savers. The Lower Pacific Heights boutique is full of modern, conversation-starting pieces that are sure to help you drink and celebrate your way into 2013.
We'll cheers to that!
Jamie Collins and Chris Gureckihe are a sassy, sweet couple.
If there's one thing you can count on, it's New Year's Eve being one big sparklefest. Show your celebratory style with a pair of festive pumps and step out into the new year with a bit of glitz and glamour.
Ordering food for pickup can sometimes be problematic.
First, you have to place the order by speaking to someone over the phone; next you often have to stand in line at the restaurant to pick it up; and then you have to pull out your wallet to pay at the register.
After all of that, it’s not uncommon -- once you get back home or to your office -- to discover that mistakes have been made.
Like most of us, the week between Christmas and New Years is spent eating cookies, lounging on the couch, watching movies, and drinking a lot. You know, having fun! But it’s probably time to get moving.
Here’s a perfect post-holiday bike ride to pedal off the pounds and take in some of the Bay Area’s most gorgeous scenery. This 20-mile ride is filled with ocean vistas, rolling hills and a lovely ferry ride back. And don’t worry, if the ferry isn’t coming for a bit, you can always grab a Bloody Mary or ice cream in Tiburon. Hey, no need to give up the holidays that fast. It’s not even New Years yet.
As the masses, in pursuit of powder, flock to tapped-out tourist destinations, the in-the-know quietly make haste to Idaho, where the hidden enclaves of Teton Valley—including the one-road town of Driggs—are the snow seeker’s best-kept secret.
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