Shot on location at Sanders’ home in SoMa / Photography by Chad Riley
Keylee Sanders stylist, consultant, and fashion commentator
Shot on location in Newsom’s garden in Ross / Photography by Tyler Gourley
Aaron Stanton is a book browser – he loves to hang out in libraries and bookstores.
At least since 2003, while still a student at the University of Idaho, he has been dreaming of a way to improve the book-browsing experience with the help of technology.
Over the past eight years, he organized a “book genome project,” dedicated to “breaking books down into their constituent elements on a large scale,” which in turn led him to form a company, BookLamp, which is debuting today.
Shot on location in Rizer’s garden in Diablo / Photography by Chad Riley
There is a sign in Galen Garretson’s new TenderNob knife shop, Town Cutler, that warns customers to be careful while ogling the razor-sharp selections. He can’t take responsibility for any bloodshed. However, he does have Band-Aids. “The knife companies send me boxes of them,” he says. Garretson, who has cooked in kitchens such as Quince and Wayfare Tavern, decided to turn his passion for knives and knife sharpening into a business in June. The day we meet, he’s wearing a pin-striped apron that says “serious chef” and a Mao cap with a Fernet Branca logo. He can talk steel.
For our new column "Jams We Love," we're turning you onto the songs that keep us going every day. We'll showcase a new playlist every Monday so you can start the week off right. This week's playlist features the best songs we witnessed at Outside Lands.
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