Hot off the heels of their 2009 EP,
We're just weeks away from Halloween, and even if you won't be dressing up for the holiday, trimming your home with spooky decorations is, while not mandatory, the sign that you're still at least somewhat getting into the spirit. But aside from the token jack-o'-lantern, what to do to get your house ready for All Hallows' Eve?
Discussion: Mad Men's Creator Matthew Weiner
The ad-tastic AMC series that has us plugged in every Sunday has been racking up awards and praise since the beginning, so it's no surprise that the JCC's discussion with creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner is sold out. Lucky for you, the center is simulcasting the lecture in Fisher Hall, for which tickets are still available. Dress the part and get ready to have your picture taken, Mad Men-style. $10; Wednesday 10/13; The Jewish Community Center, 3200 California St., jccsf.org
Everyone has their personal Holy Grail of apartment amenities–you know, that perfect combination of home features that always seems to elude you in your hunt. For me, it's a place with hardwood floors that allows doggies. For under $2000, it's surprisingly hard to find. But today it caught my eye like a needle glimmering in a stack of hay; yes, this week's Craigslist Deal has got all my requirements, and then some.
It's the last day to vote for your favorite San Francisco charity! For the fast-approaching holidays, we want to give back your favorite do-good organizations in the city. We'll be giving the seven charities with the most votes each $700 plus profiles on 7x7.com with links for readers to give back as well. We'll also profile the charity with the most votes in our February issue as a "Charity You Love."
From Kiva to the La Cocina to Pets Unlimited, over 60 charities were nominated and you can vote for your favorite until Monday, October 11.
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