September Fashion 2014
7x7 asks the city's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.
When you grow up in a modernist Pac Heights loft that was once a Toyota garage, raised by parents who are bona fide creative forces—dad David Walker is an award-winning landscape architect; mom Sandra Enterline is an acclaimed jewelry designer—at some point you’re bound to reflect upon your life less ordinary.
Local craft whiskeys are coming into their own, giving imports a run for their mash. We gathered a group of esteemed drinkers for a blind tasting to sound off on what’s worth a spot on your bar cart.
The effortless soft swagger Schuyler Whiting brings to a room is enviable. Born in San Francisco and relocated as a tot to cozy Kentfield in Marin County, Whiting is a quintessentially NorCal guy: tall, lanky, and intelligent, with a penchant for classic rock music, sports, and the great outdoors.
Our resident fashion expert Lauren Goodman canvasses the collections to see how fall’s top trends stack up in San Francisco.
Rena Leinov, 38, and Juliet Belkin, 35, credit bohemian parents for their creative upbringing in the USSR, where they donned toe shoes and wielded paintbrushes. In 2012, the sisters mixed these artistic leanings with a business savvy honed as Silicon Valley software developers to launch RJBIJOUX,
Lately, Cheryl Haines, apostle of public art and owner of the Haines Gallery in Union Square, has been hard to track down. Her recent missions to Beijing, in which she ferries maps of Alcatraz to acclaimed dissident artist Ai Weiwei, have seized much of her schedule.