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Q & A with Cuddle Therapy Founder Travis Sigley

Travis Sigley

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

A firm believer in the healing power of touch, Sigley founded his business, Cuddle Therapy, three years ago out of his home. His wide array of clients hire him for hour-long cuddling and meditation sessions, during which he will talk to them about anything they desire (or simply remain silent).

Q & A with San Francisco Bulls Hockey Player Hans Benson

SF Bulls

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

Hans Benson of the San Francisco Bulls hockey team has traveled across the globe for hockey, but now he's back in his hometown playing right wing for the San Francisco Bulls, the new San Jose Sharks feeder team and the city's first professional hockey organization since 1996.

Q & A with Del Seymour, Tenderloin Expert and Walking Tour Guide

Del Seymour

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

Nobody knows the Tenderloin like Del Seymour knows the Tenderloin.

Q & A with Pitcher Barry Zito On World Series Win

Barry Zito

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

In 2012, seemingly out of nowhere, Zito turned the tables, throwing one of the best games of his career in his season start against the Colorado Rockies. When the postseason came around, manager Bruce Bochy rolled the dice, starting Zito in game five against the St. Louis Cardinals and in game one of the World Series against the Detroit Tigers.

Q&A with Scott Hutchins, SF's Most Exciting New Novelist

Scott Hutchins

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

Arkansas-bred Scott Hutchins is no stranger to the Bay Area literary scene. A former fellow in Stanford's prestigious Wallace Stegner creative writing program, he now teaches at the university (and works down the hall from legendary author Tobias Wolff). He's contributed local publications like San Francisco magazine and The Rumpus, the latter of whose founder, Stephen Elliott, he considers a mentor and friend.

Q&A with Peter Acworth, Kink.com Founder

Peter Acworth

Originally published as part of My SF on Huffington Post SF

While pursuing a PhD in finance at Columbia University, Peter Acworth started an online BDSM porn site in his spare time. When the site became profitable, he ditched finance for full-time fetish and moved to San Francisco. Before long, Kink.com became too big for its bondage and moved into an unexpected new location: Historic landmark the San Francisco Armory.

Amazing NASA Image Shows The City's Summertime Fog

Originally published on Huffington Post SF

It's September, which means that while summer is fading for the rest of the country, San Francisco's warmest couple months have finally arrived.

Vintage Photos Celebrating BART's 40th Anniversary

Originally published on Huffington Post SF

On Sept. 11, 1972, the very first passenger embarked on the very first BART line, which ran between MacArthur and Fremont stations.

Q&A with SF-Born America's Cup Racer Paul Cayard

Originally published in the My SF series on Huffington Post SF

Professional sailor and yachtsman Paul Cayard is the CEO of Alameda-based Artemis Racing, the team currently representing Sweden in the America's Cup. Over his career, Cayard has won seven world championships and has competed in the Olympics twice. In 2002, he was inducted into the Sailing World Hall of Fame. Though Artemis is sailing for another country, Cayard was born and raised on San Francisco waters.

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