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The Ultimate Urban Hike: Ocean Beach to the Presidio

Lace up your sneakers to take in the many sights (and snacks!) along the way.

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.

A Modern Guide to San Francisco's Japantown

One of just three official Japantowns in the U.S., San Francisco's Japantown is a cultural hub brimming with original restaurants, quirky shops, and unique community. Here's where to hang when you're in the 'hood. 

California Artists Rev up Club Monaco's New SF Men's Shop

Inside its new San Francisco menswear shop, international lifestyle brand Club Monaco is keeping the vibe local with a mix of art from California painters.

New Pop-Up Offers Couples Therapy + Dinner in the Dark

Things not going so well between you and bae? Why not treat them to a nice dinner/therapy session in a dark basement? 

Meet the iPhone of Ovens-Slash-Your New Private Chef

The "connected home" is all the rage now, and in the food-obsessed Bay Area, we can't wait to get our oven mitts on all the new innovative kitchen gadgets. Enter the June smart oven, an intelligent, stylish countertop cooker with a fresh celebrity chef endorsement.

The San Francisco Flag Sucks—Roman Mars Has a Plan to Fix It

“There’s a scourge of bad flags, and they must be stopped,” says Roman Mars, the 99% Invisible podcast host who is taking it upon himself to design a flag that's worthy of San Francisco.

Property Porn: Private Mediterranean-Style Villa for $7.5M

Brush off the workday with a nice glass of rosé at your very own Mediterranean-style estate with pristine views of the Golden Gate Bridge. 

SF Woman Sarah Coglianese Asks "What Would You Give?" for ALS

It all began with the weakness in her legs. Three years after moving back to the Bay Area from New York City, Sarah Coglianese and her husband lived an active life. She was a runner, he was a cyclist. They had a new baby daughter, Scarlett, and were settling into their Balboa Terrace home. Then in 2011, she started to fall.

What to Do in Golden Gate Park

Even larger than New York's Central Park, Golden Gate Park is iconic for its 1,000-plus acres of hidden meadows, waterfalls, lakes, redwood trees, gardens, museums and more. Here's your comprehensive to-do list in SF's beloved green oasis. 

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