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Monday Night's Rainbow in San Francisco Was Glorious [Slideshow]

On Monday evening, as a spring rain gave way to magical double rainbows over San Francisco, puppies and unicorns and baby goats played with joyful abandon in the streets of SF, sparkling rosé flowed in city's fountains, and cannabis-scented clouds ballooned over Dolores Park. It was one of those moments when we all remembered why we live here, even if we can't afford our rent or our $5 toast.  

This Hi-Res Panorama Is the Most Insane Pic of San Francisco Ever, Trust Us

San Franciscans never tire of looking at pretty pictures of San Francisco—we're pretty vain that way (and our Instagram feed is proof). But now, there is a panoramic snap of the city that's being touted as one of the highest resolution images ever created. It may be the one crazy-amazing thing to come out of Super Bowl week. Seriously, you have to see this.

New Photo Book Remembers SoMa's Colorful Pre-Tech-Boom Past

Most young San Franciscans can't even remember a SoMa before the Moscone Center or AT&T Park, when the neighborhood was filled with auto repair shops and unironic billboards advertising PBR. South of Market, a new photography tome by Janet Delaney, turns back the page to SoMa's dingy-yet-vibrant past, offering a glimpse of life B.T. (before techies). 

Escape From SF: American Abalone Farms

For this week's Escape from SF, we toured American Abalone Company in Davenport with owner-farmer Tom Ebert. Ebert walked us through the process of farming abalone all the way from the seedlings to harvest to edible delicacies. 

7 Local Instagrams You Should Follow Right Now

The Bay Area is full to the brim with talented, creative, attractive and curious characters. And many of them are no slouch with a camera, either! We've compiled a list of some of the best local Instagram profiles for you. Enjoy.

Scenes of the City: San Bruno Mountain State Park

It's in the corner of your eye as you're headed to the airport–the ridgeline dotted with radio towers looming as you drive south. San Bruno Mountain State Park is a sprawling ridgeline of trails and roads that takes up 2,326 acres along SF's southern edge.

In Photos: Seven Days of San Francisco Music

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This town knows music. On any given night, you can find whatever genre you're jonesing to hear, sing, or dance along with. Here's a taste of what happened in the San Francisco music scene the past seven days...

Scenes of the City: The Cathedral in the Dogpatch

"The Cathedral" as it's known to some for its dramatic light quality (and perhaps for the presence of several pianos) or Building 6 as it's known by the City of SF sits on the shore of San Francisco Bay at the end of Pier 70 in the Dogpatch.

So You Think You Can Paint?!

Who doesn’t want to paint all over a big blank canvas?

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