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Weekend Guide: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Mill Valley Film Fest, & a Shopping Spree

Don't let this be another weekend you sit around watching Netflix. 

The Bay Area's Youngest Billionaires: See Who Made the List

Attractive, clever, and rich, rich, rich, these 13 individuals are the youngest billionaires in the Bay Area, according to the most recent figures from Forbes. Twelve of them share three things in common: their fortune is self-made (they didn't inherit it), they made their money in tech, and they're all male.

Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco Brings Contemporary & Modern Art to the Bay Area

Vessel Gallery, Oakland

Cutting-edge design. The fusion of art and tech. Banksy. Those are only thee of the many highlights coming your way at the inaugural Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco (Art SV/SF). Art SV/SF is Art Miami’s first international, contemporary art fair on the West Coast. This must-attend event for art lovers is coming to the San Mateo County Event Center over Columbus Day weekend (October 9 -12).

SF's Most Anticipated Pumpkin Spice Items for Fall

Fall is officially here, and with that comes the tell-tale aroma of pumpkin spice. Before you get bombarded with pumpkin-flavored everything, here are the top five items we're most looking forward to this season. 

10 Can't Miss Booths at the Bay Area's Glitzy New Art Fair, Art SV/SF

Right on the heels of Ai Weiwei’s monumental opening is Art SV/SF an art fair organized by the founders of Art Miami. It's the first of its kind dedicated to the serious local investor, whom fair director Nick Korniloff identifies as currently “underserved.” With the same high-roller glitz, but different area code, you can expect jet-set style at Art SF/SV; Maserati is the sponsor, Ruinart is supplying the champage bar, and Graff will have a glittering vitrine of diamonds.

This Week in Live Music: Pixies, K.Flay, Lorde, and More

Before you fasten your seat belts for another three-day festival at Golden Park this weekend at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, check out this revealing report on where our Outside Lands dollars end up. The report also tells how increased rental fees in SF Parks such as Golden Gate Parks are rising fast, at the expense of smaller, more niche events.

2014 Hot 20: Cheryl Haines, the Art Scout

Executive Director of FOR-SITE and Curator of “@Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz” / age 58

5 Topics Everyone Will Be Discussing Over Brunch

Quirky conversation starters for the weekend ahead. 

ImagineNations Colors Our World with Decoupage Globes and Pictorial Wall Maps

Each month, San Rafael artist Wendy Gold painstakingly scours the Alameda Flea Market in search of vintage globes and wall maps for ImagineNations, the map-art studio she launched in 2010.

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