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Lava Mae's Un-Gala Supports SF Homeless Right to Hygiene

Lava Mae converts retired MUNI buses into mobile bathrooms for the homeless.

Lava Mae, whose name derives from the Spanish phrase "wash me," has been making waves across the Bay Area since last June, when it rolled out its first MUNI bus turned bathroom on wheels to provide showers and toilets to the thousands of San Franciscans living on our streets. 

Hearts After Dark on the Field at AT&T Park

This past week the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation threw their much-awaited annual Hearts After Dark bash. The highly-anticipated fundraiser, now in its fifth year, attracted over 1,000 charitable young professionals to AT&T Park for a night of live music, cocktails, and dancing, all in support of San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.  

Get Invited to These Exclusive Living Room Concerts

Looking for something special to do this weekend? Why not let professional musicians stage an entire live concert in the intimacy of your apartment? These 4 local companies are bringing the music scene to your door, literally. 

La Perla Brings Italian Luxury to San Francisco This Month

Bologna, Italy, 1954: A housewife named Ada Masotti goes into the lingerie business. A skilled corset maker, she sews a small collection of lingerie, packs the pieces up in a case, then carries the collection door-to-door to local shopkeepers.The case was lined in red velvet, the lingerie displayed like fine pearls. It was then that La Perla was born. Today, La Perla has over 150 boutiques worldwide, and is opening its first in San Francisco this month.

New Year's Eve In SF: 50 Parties

Believe it or not, 2014 is quickly coming to a close. So, we rounded up the top 50(!) events around the Bay Area to ensure you kick off 2015 in style.

Stanley Saitowitz' Sexy New Development Opens at Octavia and Market

The striking new condo development at 8 Octavia recently held a grand opening celebration attended by figures from the worlds of design, art, architecture and real estate. 

Rebecca Minkoff Unveils the Next Big Thing in Shopping

Driverless cars. Computers that can read our mind. Vast libraries of knowledge at our fingertips. If we can dream it, someone is building technology to make it happen. So why not magic mirrors?

Solange Stops Show at Top of the Mark's 75th Anniversary

Shortly before getting hitched over the weekend, Solange stopped by San Francisco to spin at the Top of the Mark's 75th anniversary. You know Solange. Oh, you know Solange. Jay-Z knows Solange, that's for sure. And so does Ken Fulk, who invited the famous songstress to spin at the big bash.

7x7's #PoliticalHaring: Guests Raise a Glass to the Late, Great Keith Haring

Few events can draw San Francisco's artists, designers, media moguls, intellectuals, and foodies all together in the same room, but 7x7 and the de Young Museum found the elusive combination when they teamed up to host #PoliticalHaring, an after-hours social in honor of the new Keith Haring: The Political Line exhibition that just opened at the storied Golden Gate Park museum.

Crystal Jade Jiang Nan Opens with $14 Million Renovation and Ken Fulk Design

In 1849, before California was even a state, the first Chinese restaurant in North America opened its doors in San Francisco. Macao and Woosung, which seated 300 at its Kearny and Commercial Street location, was popular with everyone from politicians to gold miners, and is said to be the birthplace for chop suey.

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