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Sweat SF: Vint Brings Personal Trainers to Your Fingertips

Need a personal trainer? There's an app for that.

We Wanna Be Friends With Printmakers Carissa Potter Carlson and Heather Van Winckle

Carissa and Heather of People I've Loved

In 2012, Carissa Potter Carlson created People I’ve Loveda line of cute stationery and art objects full of whimsy, irreverence, and heart.

Tech Geeks Get a New HQ, The Village, in Mid-Market

From Facebook to Twitter, Microsoft to Autodesk, Silicon Valley’s biggest names are vying for their moment at The Village, San Francisco's new innovation hub where high-profile events are merging technology with art. 

We Wanna Be Friends With Lee Quan of Lee's Deli

If you work or live downtown, you’ve most likely eaten at one of the ubiquitous Lee’s Deli locations. Founded by Lee Quan, a rare born-and-raised SF native, Lee’s has been serving tasty and affordable sandwiches, salads, soups, Asian dishes, and a veritable smorgasbord of other fare since 1983. 

Stargazers' Calendar: See Meteor Showers, Eclipses + More in the Bay Area in 2015

It's been a particularly star-spangled year, with solar and lunar eclipses, a new comet, and an abundance of northern lights. Following last month's double planets (which will occur again later this year), our solar system is delivering a plethora of astronomical events for photographers and stargazers. Mark on your calendars with these can't-miss celestial dates.

Shop Talk: Isabel Marant Opens in Jackson Square + Harput's Own Pops Up

If it's a fashionable way to spend, and happening in the Bay Area, we're talking about it on Shop Talk.

Love Is Love + Black Lives Matter: Diversity Wins at SF Pride [Photos]

As Americans awoke to the real-life dream of marriage equality on Friday, San Francisco's weekend Pride celebration commenced at a fever pitch. People of all stripes, colors, genders, and persuasions came out to show their support and to gawk at the spectacle.

Margaret Cho, Yigit Pura + More Reflect on Marriage Equality #LoveWins

When former mayor Gavin Newsom began marrying LGBT couples at City Hall back in 2004, he ignited the American movement for marriage equality. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court validated the right for all couples, across the nation, to marry the one they love. 7x7 caught up with San Francisco's leaders in the gay community to reflect on this momentous day for civil rights.

A Modern Guide to the Castro

Along with the recent $4.5 million Castro Street makeover—which brought broader sidewalks, rainbow crosswalks, and bronze plaques honoring LGBT heroes—has come a neighborhood renaissance of sorts, with an influx of artisan coffee shops, retail, and restaurants that cater to foodies. 

The History of Whiz Burger, an LGBT Landmark

Whiz Burger has made a lot of history over its 60 years in business.

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