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Catherine Bigelow

Babble-On-By-the-Bay

Love Bytes: No more "googling" of perspective dates or mates for Marissa Mayer (head Google gal and a Board of Trustees member for both the SF Ballet and SFMOMA) and Zachary Bogue (lawyer, real estate broker and both a Harvard and Georgetown Law grad). The dashing duo announced their betrothal to 350 friends and family last weekend during a holiday-themed soiree at Marissa's Peninsula residence.

Tip the Season

Tipping Point Breakfast Honors Poverty-fighting Organizations


As the world economy continues to wobble (and the holiday spirit is deflating faster than a dying dirigible), Tipping Point Community raised spirits (and awarded major moolah) during its 2nd Awards Breakfast.

How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?

Boucheron honors Vanessa Getty and baubles benefit the SF-Bay Area Humane Friends

Tie One On

The Red Tie Gala raises funds for Little Sisters of the Poor

Sweet Aloha

Big Island wedding of Tony Arata and Paige Barry-Arata

Gucci Gets Glam ... Again

Swell set swarms opening of the new Gucci Boutique

Don't Be Scared

The SF Film Society U.S. premiere of Robert Mailer Anderson's

Days before Halloween, the U.S. premiere of Pig Hunt (created by director Jim Isaac, co-writers Robert Mailer Anderson and his cousin, Zack Anderson, executive producer Nicola Miner) received its SF Film Society debut at the Clay Theatre.

Back to the Past

Fabulous old stuff benefits youth at the 27th San Francisco Fall Antiques Show

It was, indeed, a return to the classics at Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion last week for the Patrons' Preview Party of the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show benefitting Enterprise for High School Students (EHSS).

Soft lighting and well-appointed booths awaited well-heeled patrons who crammed the joint in order to get first-dibs on great stuff.
Heck, even the Ladies' loo was tricked out this year with plush carpet and bookcases stacked with show catalogs.

Down on the Farm

Artful Harvest makes hay for the Djerassi Resident Artists Program

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A cool, white mist slowly crept over the coastal mountains from the Pacific as 150 revelers gathered under the long shadows of a warm, waning autumnal sun at the third annual Artful Harvest to raise a glass (and their checkbooks) in support of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (DRAP).

Vote Early, Vote Often

The Power of Words fundraiser raises big bucks for Barack Obama.

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