Who says you shouldn't go into business with your best friend? Last year, BFFs Jessica Dega and Laura Cerri, ditched their industry jobs and co-founded Black Pyramid vintage, right here in SF. Since their launch, the e-comm site has developed into a full-fledged modern vintage resource. Each piece is hand-picked, reasonably priced and, instead of covering all of fashion history, the collection focuses on reasonably priced pieces that span more modern (but now vintage) decades. Cruise our top fall picks above and then catch the darling duo tonight at their pop-up shop in the Haight.
When San Francisco native Jennifer Siebel Newsom arrived in Hollywood, pursuing an acting career after her time with the U.S. women’s junior national soccer team was cut short by injury, the fair-haired Stanford alum had little trouble landing recurring roles on the CBS hospital drama Presidio Med, and later NBC’s 24-inspired Life.
7x7 asks the city's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email email@example.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.
At Chiaroscuro in the FiDi, chef Alessandro Campitelli's mom has been helping out in the open kitchen while visiting from Italy. Through Dec. 2, you can watch her make a rustic, not overly sweet apple cake that's perfect for fall.
If you want to have a successful night out in this town, you need a plan—and it better be a good one. Since it's not always easy to strike that perfect balance between pre-dinner drink, food and a show, we bring you the Triple Threat series — a block-by-block guide to nights out that only require one parking space. In today's edition, the part of SoMa referred to as Yerba Buena.
If you’re one of the hundreds of people who bike down Market Street at rush hour, you may have noticed a tiny bike repair station peeking out of an old newspaper sales hut on mid-Market.
With overcast skies rolling in, add a little kick to your step with a pair of bright laces. These six classics with a twist range from business casual (subtle blue-on-black action), to dramatic, head-turning laces for the more daring San Francisco man. For an easy alternative, try switching out the laces (and resole, if needed) to updated your favorite pair.
Every bride I've seen on their big day radiates beauty. While utter joy and romance is probably one of the reasons, having personalized makeup and hair helps–especially when cameras are involved. Here are four local artists that range in style and discipline. They are also available for makeup and hair for the rest of the bridal party and non-wedding occasions. Don't worry, you'll look beautiful!
Market Watch: Black Apples, Feiojas, Buddha's Hand Citron and Other Oddities Come to the Ferry Plaza This Fall
It’s hard to pick a favorite fruit or vegetable at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, particularly at this time of year. The weather is rapidly changing and the transition towards winter has already begun. This week many of my favorites are back and available—though some only for a limited time. Here are the top five not to miss this week:
Though they may only account for a single-digit portion of the overall book market at present, sales of ebooks are soaring globally and will probably reach $12.7 billion (16.1 percent of all book sales), according to Outsell, by 2013.
And since Amazon has established that there is a “long tail” for physical books, that should logically be even more true for ebooks.
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