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Turk+Taylor, Six Years Strong, Party On

Better late than never, says Turk+Taylor of their official launch party this week. The six-year-old San Francisco eco-fashion sweetheart is finally having a party for you to meet, or re-meet, the brand. And they're going big.

Alexa Chung Celebrates Her Second Madewell Collection With a Visit to San Francisco

It seems like a long time since Alexa Chung debuted her first collection with Madewell last year. Too long. A sequel has been in the works and this time Alexa is making a cameo at San Francisco's nearly-mint Madewell store this Thursday to celebrate.

Saks and 7x7 Have a Mannequin Moment

In case you haven't felt the buzz, fashion's party night of the year, Fashion's Night Out, is upon us. This Thursday, celebrate fashion with like-minded lovelies nationwide, in San Francisco. Here is a rundown of the city's events, and you can find 7x7 representing at Saks Fifth Avenue, in collaboration with Stylelist. Join me and a select group of Bay Area bloggers for drinks, tunes, and makeovers, but the real attraction will be a mannequin installation by the bloggers.

Barefoot Wine's Facebook Film Debut: One Beach

Isn't it refreshing when brands get off their butts and do something to help the world? Do-good local winery Barefoot Wine has launched a Facebook campaign to promote their beach rescue initiatives through a viral film called One Beach: A film about creativity, optimism, and fun, while cleaning the world's beaches. Directed by surfer and filmmaker Jason Baffa, this environmental documentary about beach preservation, is in collaboration with Surfrider and BBDO SF. Blending the world's of wine, the environment, the arts, advertising, and social media, it's a short film with a lot of gumption.

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This Week's Hottest Events: Tracy Morgan, Lykke Li, and Glee Live

Theater
Blue Man Group
It's the mysterious blue men's first-ever theatrical tour. Think truly original live art that will have your eyes glued to the stage. 
When: Tues. 5/24 - Sun. 6/19
Where: Golden Gate Theater, 1 Taylor St. 

Try Me SF: A New Service that Aims to Completely Change SF's Dating Scene

Beth Cook and Jen Corbett have a lofty goal: to completely change San Franciso’s dating scene. After gazing in disbelief at the roster of amazing people who want relationships and just aren’t finding them, the long time friends decided to take control. With backgrounds in PR and marketing - and an infallible sense of how to excise the bullshit that so often accompanies romance - Beth and Jen have hefty doses of tough love to dispense and an honest desire to help people find their match.

“What men don’t realize is that this city could be your oyster if you ask a woman out,” says Beth. “Because no one does that.”

This Week's Hottest Events: Rock of Ages, Why Style Matters, and Royal Baths

Tuesday, March 8
Theater: Rock of Ages
Start practicing your air guitar now. The Tony-nominated arena-rock musical transports you to the Sunset Strip circa 1987 when mullets, leotards, and studded leather pants reigned supreme and will have you waving your lighter like the good old days.
Details: 3/8 - 4/9; Curran Theatre, 445 Geary St.

This Week's Hottest Events: Crystal Castles, Marijuana Portraits, and Carnaval

Wednesday, March 2
Talk: Eve Ensler
The woman who brought The Vagina Monologues to the mainstream will shed light on her brand of activism against female violence in a conversation introducing her latest work.
Details: 7 p.m.; Jewish Community Center, 3200 California St.

This Week's Hottest Events: Thee Oh Sees, SF Beer Week, and Mortified

Music
Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Sic Alps, and The Sandwitches
Four great bands and a benefit for The Coalition on Homelessness—sold. Donate a warm coat and win extra karma points. 
When: Wed. 2/9
Where: Great American Music Hall, 859 O'Farrell St.

This Week's Hottest Events: Thao Nguyen, Interpol, and SF Indiefest

Performance
Thao Nguyen x 2
Get a double dose of local folk rock favorite Thao Nguyen. She'll be sharing funny stories about big disappointments for CounterPULSE's Words First solo performance showcase. Then, on Friday, she'll be supporting Bay Area Girls Rock Camp in a performance with Mirah at an Oakland art auction.
When: Wed. 2/2 and Fri. 2/4
Where: CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission St. and Humanist Hall, 390 27th St., Oakland

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