Spencer's my name, cuddling's my game! My main motto in life? Having a good time. As my last humans dumped me for their new baby --I know, right? --I am a newly single canine, trying to find a place to call home. Shall we get into my stats? Here we go: I'm a Lab/Retriever mix, big sports guy, and I'm 9 years old...hey, like they say, 9 is the new 3. I can beat those little whippersnapper pups on the court anyday. I'm a champion ball chaser and Frisbee catcher extraordinaire! Overall, I'm quite the companion, entertainer, and all-around awesome pooch. Check me out here and let's meet for coffee, err, dog biscuits.
With the influx of online dating sites and apps, there is not much room left for romance. Many folks find online dating to be efficient and beneficial in landing a mate, but is finding "the one" on the same level as ordering a meal? People can sell themselves as they please, and browse others just as easily. But, this certainly raises the question: Does serendipity even have a place in this fast-paced, instant-gratification world we romantic-types are stuck living in? One San Francisco woman is challenging this modern dating fad by mixing the benefits of online dating with Hollywood-made romance.
Last week, San Francisco’s devoted ballet enthusiasts were swept away to a world of "Infinite Romance" at SF Ballet’s 2015 Opening Night Gala. The evening kicked off in style as attendees dressed in floor-sweeping gowns and sharp tuxedos posed for photos on the red carpet outside San Francisco City Hall.
Lovers of Tartine’s legendary morning buns have noticed the recipe’s absence from the pages of the bakery’s cookbook, Tartine (Chronicle Books), published last August. “We didn’t do it on purpose,” says co-owner Elisabeth Prueitt, who’s been surprised at the number of calls and emails she’s had from people requesting it. Although she plans to put the recipe on Tartine’s own website soon, for immediate sweet-tooth satisfaction, we've got the recipe right here.
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