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San Francisco Giants Win the World Series!

For the third time in five years, your San Francisco Giants won the World Series. Tonight's 3-2 win against the Kansas City Royals cemented the team's status as a sports dynasty. All hail the Giants. 

Local Painter Builds Her Dream Home in an Unlikely Neighborhood

It’s a now all-too-familiar San Francisco real estate story: A landlord looking to cash in decides to sell his Mission District building, telling the occupants—a varying crew of creative types—that the unbelievably spacious and affordable live-work lofts they’ve called home-and-studio will no longer be available to them. But this story comes with a twist.

Halloween: Lyft's Spooky Vintage Rides, On-Demand Costume Delivery

For a festive, stress-free All Hallows' Eve, take a chance on a 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom ride from Lyft, or find the perfect Halloween sartorial look from Costumes On-Demand.

3 New Books on Our Must-Read List

Dark, witty, and intense, Merritt Tierce's Love Me Back has been earning acclaim for its penetrating insight into the life of a complicated woman. Marie, its protagonist, is a young single mom who's scored a waitressing job at a high-end Dallas steakhouse, but instead of rising high, she self-destructs, falling into a tangle of casual sex, cocaine, drinking, and other bad habits.

We Wanna Be Friends With Local Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain

Hailed by Newsweek as one of the “women shaping the 21st century," singled out by NPR on their list of “best commencement speeches, ever,” and hot off her recent Emmy-nomination, Tiffany Shlain is a local filmmaker, founder of The Webby Awards, and author who we really want to be friends with.

San Francisco Hotels Get a Facelift With a Flurry of Million-Dollar Renovations

Whether you're staying in town for business or, better yet, for pleasure, here are a host of classic San Francisco hotels that have been recently refreshed for your overnight pleasure.

Catch Mary Woronov at the Castro Theatre's Screening of Chelsea Girls

Refreshingly, artist and actress Mary Woronov, 70, isn’t afraid to call someone a “fag” as a term of endearment. “Do forgive me, but it’s what we used to call the queens at the Factory,” she explains.

This Week In Live Music: Chromeo, Wolfgang Gartner, King Tuff, & More

Few cities embrace Halloween like San Francisco, and we partially credit the reliable abundance of live music events during the holiday. But, let’s be honest, we’re all just a bunch of weirdos who love to dress up, get down, and tip a few. Here's just where to do that this week.

Power, Influence, and Money: Fortune's Top 40 Under 40 Revealed

In the new economy we share everything from clothes to cars, so why not awards? That was the case at Fortune Magazine's fifth annual "40 Under 40" party, held this year at the Airbnb headquarters, where two men shared the top honor as most influential in business.

Save the Guardian, Uber Delivers Flu Shots, & More Brunch Topics

This weekend, don't have another brunch with boring exchanges.

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