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7 Things Tyler Dawson, Owner of Found, Can't Live Without

 

Tyler Dawson, co-owner of Union Street’s new vintage design shop, Found, and principal designer of Tyler Dawson Design fills us in on seven things she can’t live without.

7 Things Janelle Loevner, Owner of Anthem, Can’t Live Without

Janelle Loevner, owner of the new luxury home boutique Anthem, on posh Sacramento Street, dishes with us on the seven items the former residential architect and Pac Heights resident just can’t live without.

 

Collecting Napkin Rings with Jennifer Sitko, co-founder of 2modern.com

Jennifer Sitko, co-founder of 2Modern, gives us a peak of her unique collection of napkin rings at her Mill Valley home. Ranging from quirky (think precariously perched pears) to exotic (a wooden giraffe carving), Sitko's collection adds a playful element to any table setting.

How did you start collecting napkin rings?

Local Artist Spearheading SF Bike Coalition's Silent Art Auction

Even though he’s a nine-year member of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, local artist Jonn Herschend, 41, is quick to note that he isn’t a cycling fanatic (sfbike.org). “I don’t talk about bikes all the time,” he says. “It’s just a facet of my daily life.” What’s kept Herschend active in the advocacy group, however, is its dedication to improving bike safety and creating a citywide biking network. Herschend is giving back by spearheading the silent-art-auction portion of the SFBC’s annual fundraiser, Winterfest, held at SOMArts Cultural Center on December 7. The event—which features free valet bike parking and live entertainment — draws local politicians, artists and bike enthusiasts.

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