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Sweat SF: RowClub Promises a "Bulletproof" Body

Find a cox and jump on your erg! RowClub’s high-intensity interval training classes will leave you convinced you missed out on rowing stardom in the Ivy League.

The Future of Drone Traffic Control Is Here

It’s a bird, it’s a plane…it’s your neighbor’s drone flying down the street. As the number of drones in the skies has increased over the last few years, so has concern about air traffic congestion and safety. Enter NASA, Google, Amazon, and, of course, the U.S. Government, whose top-clearance nerds are now working on solutions.

SF's Victorian Architecture + Recchiuti Chocolate Truffles = Heaven

Just when we thought Recchiuti Confections chocolate couldn't get any better, they've gone and printed cute little Victorian houses on luxe burnt caramel truffles.

Neighborhood Guide: What to Do in Hayes Valley

As recently as two decades ago, Hayes Valley was hardly known as the home to some of San Francisco’s best restaurants and boutiques. When the Central Freeway was damaged in the 1989 earthquake and later moved to ground level, however, Hayes Valley became one of the most desirable spots to live in the city. As the neighborhood turned into a weekend destination for window shopping and Bloody Marys, the community has grown right alongside it. 

Never-Before-Seen Nude Photos of Marilyn Monroe Revealed in SF

It's hard to imagine a time when the image of Marilyn Monroe was not synonymous with glamour, but in 1949 the burgeoning starlet was just another struggling actress trying to make it in Hollywood.

Jeremy Fish, of "Silly Pink Bunny" Fame, Is City Hall's First Artist in Residence

Celebration of San Francisco City Hall's 100th year continues, with the recent announcement that the Beaux-Arts landmark has welcomed its first artist in residence. And we have to hand it to the sometimes-too-safe SF Arts Commission—they've selected quite the interesting character.

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.

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