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Drink Here Now: 5 Places to Sip This Week

1. Fish & Farm's New Happy Hour: Fish & Farm, the restaurant in the Mark Twain Hotel off Union Square, is hoping to lure a few locals with a new happy hour focused on sustainable bites. On offer: $3 craft brews, $5 wine by the glass, and 2-for-1 featured cocktails like the Crystal Skull 14 (Crystal Head vodka, Cynar, agave nectar, lime, and allspice, topped with burnt orange), which recently won a Crystal Head vodka cocktail competition. Pair your drink with $3 bites like juicy pork skewers, housemade market pickles, or fish tacos. (Daily, 4-6 pm, at Fish & Farm, Mark Twain Hotel, 339 Taylor St., Union Square.)

Luxurious Flower Delivery to Your Door by H.Bloom


Admit it. Flowers brighten a room and a spirit, no matter how jaded you may be. Whether it’s your birthday, you just ran a marathon, or you need a pick me up, somebody wanted to send a symbol of you on the mind. And sending flowers is an unexpected gesture that will make anybody's day. For unmatched beauty and skilled design, H.Bloom ups the ante of flower delivery while keeping the process simple and accessible.

Two Sense: I Can't Help but Judge My Once-Promiscuous Girlfriend

Two Sense: I Can't Help but Judge My Once-Promiscuous Girlfriend

I’ve been dating a woman for nine months. Our chemistry is amazing and we’re compatible. But as I discovered more about her sexual history, I find that it’s precluding me from considering her seriously in the roles of wife and mother. I won’t go down the whole list, but in a nutshell, she had sex with 24 guys when she was only 14, worked as a stripper, had sex in public, and had affairs with married men. She’s only 25 but has had more than 50 lovers, more than I’ve had at age 35. She’s educated, professional, and has turned her life around. But there’s some wall in my head, making it difficult for me to not to categorize her as a “ho.” Yet in every other way, we seem perfect for each other.

Living the Shareable Life in SF: A Personal Experiment

Living the Shareable Life in SF: A Personal Experiment

September 17, 2010. At a monthly gathering of 50 executives, I listened to a one-minute piece of advice from each about Shareable, the nonprofit online magazine I cofounded a year earlier. We believe that sharing our resources is more fulfilling than our outdated earn-and-spend MO and that sharing can address issues like poverty and global warming. Due in part to the recession, a wave of sharing platforms have cropped up, making it possible to create an entire lifestyle based on sharing cars, housing, nannies—even money. In that meeting of the minds, one message broke through: If I want to lead a movement toward a new sharing economy, I need to show the world how I, myself, share in everyday life.

This Weekend! Don't Miss the Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour

Looking for something fresh to do this weekend? If your obsession with modern homes runs as deeply as ours does, check out the first Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour this Saturday.

A Gorgeous Napa Valley Wedding with a Reception at Auberge du Soleil

San Franciscans Alexa and Mike came to the Napa Valley for their dream wine country wedding last October - there's just no other way to describe it.

Tahoe Resorts Extending Their Open Seasons Past Easter Sunday

Tahoe Resorts Extending Their Open Seasons Past Easter Sunday

The winter that took its time getting here now won't seem to go away.

Grab Tickets to Raymond Vineyards' First-Ever Live in the Vineyard Concert, Open to the Public: April 12 @ 8:30pm

Live in the Vineyard, the most coveted concert experience in the wine country, each year brings the best emerging talent from across the country to the Napa Valley for intimate performances where concert goers mingle with the artists while imbibing on Napa’s incredible wines. But this year, this unforgettable experience is open to the public for the first time ever! Get on the bandwagon and purchase tickets to the show at the gorgeous Raymond Vineyards, which has recently become Napa’s most talked-about destination.

The Best Beer Sites on the Internet

The Best Beer Sites on the Internet

The Internet is a great tool for staying current on topics you are passionate about. But navigating it for information can also be a time vortex that sucks hours out of your life. You can lose the better part of an afternoon becoming an expert on the history of Las Vegas when you originally just meant to buy round trip tickets there for the weekend.

Social Video Platform Spreecast Brings Face to Face Conversations to Live Broadcasts

Seven years after co-founding StubHub, which was sold to eBay in 2007, Jeff Fluhr took a bit of a break. He noted a number of social media and technology trends before deciding on his next move.

“One thing I noticed was that what had been private conversations were becoming public conversations,” Fluhr says. “Ever since the advent of email, we’d been having these largely private, asynchronous conversations, text-based.

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