We're guessing your calender looks a little something like this: Kentucky Derby party this weekend, Mother's Day next weekend, wedding after wedding, and, heck, let's throw in a graduation and birthday or two...Whew!
Even if you're not the mother, bride or graduate, you're still going to need a few key dresses to get you through this celebratory season. We're thinking bright colors, floral prints, and modern-classic silhouettes should do just the trick. Here are our picks to help you look your (festive) best all summer long.
Part of being an avid sports fan is a propensity for making predictions. We do it all the time, as in:
“Here comes Buster Posey. I bet he’s going to crush one over the fence.”
Next Thursday, May 10, is Bike to Work Day, San Francisco's biggest bike day of the year. On last year's Bike to Work Day, bikes accounted for 75% of morning traffic on Market Street, and this year even more people are expected. If you're new to biking, thinking about trying biking in SF, or even if you're a seasoned commuter, Bike to Work Day is a great day to pedal. Here are four ways you can get involved in the big bike day:
In an age where digital creations rule the local economy and most of our physical property is imported from another state or country, it's easy to forget that some of the world's best products, from beer to bags to ceramics, are made right here in San Francisco. That's where SFMade comes in.
The electric red billboards around the city were hard to miss for this year’s SF International Film Fest, which took place over the last two weeks and finishes up tomorrow. The festival went big this year, plopping a massive video box down in Union Square to draw visitors to its Japantown home base and welcoming a grip of big name guests from a newly rejuvenated Val Kilmer to Directing Award recipient Kenneth Branagh to hundreds of screenings, events, and galas.
Weekends are for amateurs. Weeknights are for pros. That's why each week Stuart Schuffman will be exploring a different San Francisco bar, giving you the lowdown on how and where to do your weeknight right. From the most creative cocktails to the best happy hours, Stuart's taking you along on his weeknight adventures into the heart of the City's nightlife. So, who wants a drink?
Hotel Nikko’s beautifully redecorated restaurant ANZU, serves up breakfast lunch and dinner to hotel guests and visitors alike. It features delicious California cuisine with an Asian flair, creating a whole new and delicious gourmet culture. ANZU is renowned for an epicurean ingenuity that is truly captivating, and also offers an intimate sushi bar featuring fish from the waters of Japan and California.
Thursday, May 3
As spring is blossoming, it is about time for some wine. Luckily, Il Cane Rosso will be hosting a fabulous wine event with Medlock Ames Winery. They will be preparing a tantalizing four-course meal using spring ingredients, and local, organic produce. Expect a Sonoma Spring Lamb to be washed down with a little Red Bordeaux. The dinner costs $46 and the wine pairings $26. Two seatings begin at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at One Ferry Building #41 (415) 391-7599.
Friday, May 4
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