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Home Panty Delivery Is Now a Thing

The goodie-of-the-month industry is booming, with subscription services for everything from artisanal cocktails to hair color to cannabis available for home delivery. Now, a new San Francisco–based startup is bringing panties to the monthly party.

What's Fresh at the Farmers Market in August

It's summertime and there is an abundance of delicous produce to be found in the farmers markets this month. Here are three tasty things to eat right now and where to find them.

7 Student Fashion Designers To Watch

Student fashion shows can be a little tricky. Play it too safe and the results will be predictable; go all in for edgy and forward, and garments can become the proverbial kitchen sink. In this Goldielocks tale of sartorial design development, some youngsters get it right. Here is a crop of Bay Area student designers whose well executed graduation collections make them ones to watch.

The Cognoscente: Visual Artist Jonathan Rowe Brings Creative Vibes at The Village

Some people cannot stay still. They must always be creating something and getting involved in something new. Jonathan Rowe, founder and CEO of The Village, is one of those people.

Shop Talk: Flower Crowns for Outside Lands + ModCloth Pops Up

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

Tiny Trees, Deep Roots: The History of Bonsai in the Bay Area

To walk through the Japanese-styled wooden doors on the Northern inlet of Oakland’s Lake Merritt is to enter another world. The landscape is checkered with trees that are bent and wired to mimic what one might see in nature—that is, if everything in nature were just a few feet tall. This, the volunteer-run Bonsai Garden Lake Merrit (BGLM), is among the Bay Area’s few remaining places to celebrate the treasured ancient art form of Japanese bonsai. 

Are You Too Stoned to Drive? Download This New App

Think you're sober enough to drive home after a smoke sesh? Let new app My Canary be the judge of that. 

Skip the Line: New Google Search Feature Shows When Businesses Are Busiest

From coffee to ice cream to bagels, San Franciscans will pretty much wait for anything, but a new feature on Google Search launched Wednesday promises you can avoid all those infamous lines from now on. 

Local Artists Land Prominent Placements Thanks to New Digital Galleries

If ever something needed disrupting, it's hotel room art. Enter Daylighted, a San Francisco–based startup that intertwines art and technology in a way that exposes cool local artists to large companies in need of legit work.

CCA Fashion Student Vanina Howan Makes a Splash in SF Retail

A whiff of an ocean breeze blew down the runway at California College of the Arts' senior fashion show this past spring. The wavemaker: 22-year-old Vanina Howan, whose surf-inspired thesis collection, called Seasalt, caught the eye of San Francisco design veteran Basil Racuk. A friendship was made, and a collaboration was hatched.

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