Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Looking for Wine Country’s newest hot spot? Ari and Dawnelise Rosen return to basics with their new eatery Campo Fina, which opens today, June 18. The casual sister to the wildly popular Scopa Restaurant, Campo Fina sits right around the corner on Healdsburg Plaza. Defined by wood and masonry interiors, the space mirrors the timeless Italian flavors on their small plates menu.
A late spring wedding took place in the verdant rolling hills of Sonoma County. Kate and Phil were wed at Trentadue Winery, accompanied by poetry readings from the guests. A heirloom family handkerchief with "M" embroidered on it was her "something old," a small blue heart painted on her toenail was her "something blue," and yes--the bride had a sixpence hidden in her shoe! Tender and sweet, this couple tied the knot in the midst of friends, family, incredible food, and lovely wine country views.
BAASICS.2: The Future
Artists, inventors, and futurists come together for a discussion about what lies ahead in the years to come. Former physicist and tech journalist Aaron Saenz talks good robots vs bad robots and prospects for synthetic life. It's fodder for the science geek in all of us.
When: 7:30 p.m., Mon. 6/18
Where: ODC Theater, 3153 17th St.
1) Nautilus from Pacific Brewing Laboratory
This crisp, refreshing Belgian-style saison belies its 5% alcohol level with an innocent-seeming rose color. The beer's flowery nose, and faint notes of tart hibiscus flower and ginger make a great pairing with vegetable-forward appetizers and spicier fare.
Win Tickets to See John Vanderslice and Magik*Magik Orchestra at This Friday's Davies After Hours Concert!
This Friday will be a very special night at the SF Symphony. Not only will esteemed conductor Michael Tilson Thomas lead a performance of Duke Bluebeard's Castle by Bela Bartok, but the night will continue its awesomeness with a Davies After Hours Concert featuring the Magik*Magik Orchestra and John Vanderslice.
I dedicate this week to all the ladies. Yes, all of them, your wife included. We dudes are quite fond of you mysterious creatures and your pleasant voices — please keep up the good work. In honor of all that is lovely about the better half, I present five acts coming through town that owe much, if not all of their appeal to brave, talented women. Behold:
You may recognize Kelly Tunstall's artwork from her mermaid murals at Bar Crudo. Or maybe you've come across her work at a local gallery. I first saw her artwork years ago, at 111 Minna, and was instantly charmed. Her whimsical figures and enchanting use of color make her artwork distinct and easily lovable.
I later met Kelly at a party in the Mission, and went gaga over her green Dries Van Noten pumps. It's no surprise that the creator of such lovely pieces of art would have an incredible sense of style, too.
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