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Three Must-Have Recipes for Your Holiday Table

Pumpkin Ginger Flax and Walnut Bread

Whether you're channeling Martha or just trying to get through Thanksgiving without an exploding turkey, a solid holiday dish requires a hefty dose of fresh herbs to dial up the flavor and bring on the festivities. When prepping your dish, it's essential to start with fresh herbs for maximum impact. Sure, dried and powdered herbs work in a pinch, but there's no comparison to the real thing.

Buy a Garden, Give a Garden to SF Residents in Need with Fern Club

Attention, all those with green thumbs (and those who wish they had them)—the app Fern delivers everything you need to start a garden while also helping you give back to the community. This year, Fern is partnering with the Tenderloin People’s Garden (part of the TNDC) for a Thanksgiving “Buy a Garden, Give a Garden” program.

The New Secret Weapon for SF Foodies

Sosh

San Francisco is the city of instant gratification. With the push of a button, you can hail a cab, send a bouquet of flowers, or even do your grocery shopping. But to eat at the city’s best restaurants (our activity of choice) you still need to hunt for a table 30 to 60 days in advance—until now.

Vote for San Francisco's Favorite Charity: Top 7 Finalists!

It's the most wonderful time of the year—time to select San Francisco's favorite charity, as part of our annual contest. We asked readers to vote for their most beloved nonprofits, and this year's numbers were record breaking. But seven charities rose to the top. Each of the finalist organizations work tirelessly to make the Bay Area a better, brighter place, from striving to end gender violence to providing mental health support to the underserved.

San Francisco Social Raises $85K for the SF Child Abuse Prevention Center

San Francisco's twenty-somethings gathered at the W Hotel this past Saturday to party for the greater good at the 2014 San Francisco Social. Nearly 600 attendees slipped into their finest and danced the night away, pausing to bid on a myriad of silent auction packages, sip on a cocktail, and take in the risqué-chic performance by Epic Entertainment.

Curiouser and Curiouser: Hendrick's Takes Guests for a Steampunk Ride

From merely curious to downright odd, guests were treated to a bevy of sights, tastes, and sounds at Hendrick’s Gin "Emporium of the Unusual" Cocktails and Oddities event. Held at the historical Old Mint building in San Francisco, the three-day event allowed partiers to experience Hendrick's cocktails alongside a modern sideshow of magicians, illusionists, and curiousity shop-esque trinkets that would make the Mad Hatter’s head spin.

Design District Dwellers Raise a Cup to San Francisco Art

One warm, clear Friday afternoon, Illy drew worker bees out of their Design District buildings and into the parking lot outside The NWBLK for Art in the Streets, a relaxed day of creativity, espresso, food trucks, and cocktails.

Lions and Tigers and Bears at the SF SPCA's Halloween Bash

The eve before Halloween, Bay Area animal lovers and their furry friends gathered at the San Francisco SPCA’s Mission Campus for “There’s No Place Like Home,” a costume party for two-legged and four-legged (and even some three-legged) guests. Many families coordinated costumes with their pets (a la Princess Leia and Chewbacca), while others let their pet bask alone in the fancy-dress limelight.

The Provoke Era: War and the Art of Photography

Shomei Tomatsu

"Grainy, blurry, and out-of-focus" photography (also called "are, bure, boke") doesn't immediately conjure up images of fine work. But, a new exhibition at the Crocker Art Museum explores the intentionally gritty style of photography that originated in post-WWII Japan, upon dramatic social and political changes due to the American Occupation, modernization, and rapid economic development.

Bon Appétit Grub Crawl: Here's Your Way Into the Party

Calling all foodies! Now’s your chance to get up close and personal with the best restaurants and bars in town: Bon Appétit Grub Crawl is coming to San Francisco on November 8.

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