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Enter to win: 7x7 and St-Germain's Valentine to You—Dinner, Drinks and Dreamtime

There are some of us in the dating trenches who dread Valentines Day, with the attendant hearts and flowers, candy and Cupids—it can all feel just a little much for the unattached among us, and we find ourselves seeking the camaraderie of our fellow singletons, sharing war stories, and keeping our spirits up. It's in that vein that we partner with St-Germain, Chambers Eat+Drink, and Hotel Vitale to present a special evening in the City celebrating one of the most reliable and rewarding kinds of love: the kind shared with friends.

In Photos: Seven Days of San Francisco Live 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...

New on the Aisle: The Streets of San Francisco Centerpiece Collection

Giving wedding out-of-towners a taste of our stellar city just got a little easier. Swank out your rehearsal dinner party SF-style with event planner Well Rehearsed’s new “Streets of San Francisco Centerpiece Collection.”  

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Scenes of the City: Skating around San Francisco

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You've seen them - the skaters blazing down the steepest of San Francisco streets - and wondered, how the hell do they do that? We caught up with some local skateboarders in this week's Scenes of the City.

DJ Duo Digitalism Plays Mezzanine Wednesday Night

With awkward office holiday parties in full swing and another week with the relatives looming, you just might need a little therapeutic escape to the dance floor. No need to wait for the weekend, the perfect reprieve occurs this Wednesday night at Mezzanine.

The Definitive Bay Area Nutcracker Guide 2011

Dancing fairies, pirouetting snow queens, and prancing men in tights - no, we’re not talking about the nutty relatives. The first company to bring the Nutcracker to America–the San Francisco Ballet–is back with their can’t-peel-your-eyes-from-the-sparkly-stage production.

(PENFOLDS)RED at Ghirardelli Square for World AIDS Day 2011

On December 1st, the famed winery partnered with 7x7 and Cellar360 to turn Ghirardelli Square (RED) for World AIDS Day.

Guests enjoyed delicious pairings from some of San Francisco’s hottest restaurants—Yoshi’s, Ruth’s Chris, Park Tavern, Balboa Café, Dixie’s and JW Marriott—while enjoying live music sets by the Sow Belly Trio.

For every glass and bottle sold, (PENFOLDS)RED donated 15% of profits to the Global Fund.  Penfolds Winery is a proud partner of (PRODUCT)RED.

Two More Weeks to Catch the Genius, the Fun, and the Righteousness of Fela!

There’s an inherent danger in marrying blockbuster musical theater with weighty subjects like political and social oppression. On one hand, the people must be entertained and stimulated...shiny lights everywhere, please! On the other, such stories demand a faithful and meaningful reading, with all respect paid to the maligned. And somehow, neither can be compromised.

Parking Quiz Answer: What is the Most Expensive SF Parking Citation?

Earlier today, our parking guru David La Bua, author of Finding the Sweet Spot, challenged you guys to guess which parking violation in SF gets you the costliest ticket. Did you guess correctly?

Film Still of SF in the '20s and '30s

Just as we celebrate the Bay Bridge's 75th anniversary, we look ahead at the modern engineering marvels that are making a new, state-of-the-art bridge a reality for 2013. The Bay Bridge is just one example of how looking to the past can influence change for the future. This year, as part of its "Seminars About Long-term Thinking" series, the Long Now Foundation is screening Lost Landscapes of San Francisco at the Castro Theatre.

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