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6 Female Sommeliers Talk Wine, Passion, and Disrupting a Male-Dominated Field

Ten years ago, if you asked to speak to the sommelier of a restaurant, it's likely an older gentleman would make his way to your table to discuss varietals. In recent years, however, women have succeeded in disrupting the traditionally male-dominated industry.

Style Council 2015: Andre Iguodala, Warriors All-Star + Style Director

Andre Iguodala needs no introduction. The NBA All-Star and Golden State Warriors shooting guard slam-dunked his way into basketball history this June when he defended the basket against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA championship to bring home the trophy. And he made Lebron James cry

Jean-Michel Othoniel Installs 'La Rose des Vents' Sculpture at SF's Conservatory of Flowers (VIDEO)

San Francisco will sparkle a little brighter this fall thanks to a pair of dazzling new artworks from renowned Parisian artist Jean-Michel Othoniel. Two large-scale sculptures were installed last week: La Rose des Vents at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, and  Peony, The Knot of Shame at 836M Gallery.

Where to Eat and Drink in San Francisco for Just $1

What can a dollar get you in San Francisco? Check out these affordable delights.

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.

20-Foot Light Sculptures Could Adorn New Van Ness Avenue Bus Stations

After years of sharing Van Ness Avenue with tourists bound for Fisherman's Wharf and hipsters heading to the Mission in search of pour over coffee, Muni's busy 47 and 49 bus lines are getting their own traffic lanes. Look out for luminous art pieces to mark each new bus station.

Navigating the Treasure: What to Buy at SF's Best Vintage Stores

Navigating the sprinkling of vintage stores in the City can be daunting if you don't know where to look for your next big score. We're here to help decipher the best items each top store has to offer.

Catch a Show at One of These Quirky Indie Music Joints


The Bay Area is home to some seriously iconic music venues: the Greek, the Fillmore, Golden Gate Park. But sometimes the best shows go down in the most unexpected places. Here are seven unique music joints with stories all their own. 

Check out These Killer Bay Area Views From a Seaplane

Ok fine, a seaplane tour does sound just a little bit, er, touristy. But then again, you've never seen the gorgeous Golden Gate quite like this before. 

Property Porn: Throw an Insane Patio Party at This $2.3M Nob Hill Home

On days like today, nothing sounds better than a crisp, cold cocktail on a sunny rooftop patio. This Nob Hill house makes a big promise to its future residents: Never again will you have to Google "restaurant patio San Francisco."

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