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Deck out Your Home in Beautiful Style With Presidio Classics Window Coverings

Living in San Francisco, there's such a strong focus on finding the perfect home that it's easy to forget the importance of what you put inside it once you close the deal. Presidio Classics simplifies and streamlines the process of sourcing window treatments, focusing on hand-woven, natural-fiber window shade designs that will give your apartment or home a natural glow.

Meet the 7 Bay Area Vanguard Award Finalists Making Our Community Better

Earlier this year, we introduced you to seven local leaders who are shaking things up in the fields of education, sustainability, and community development. Inspired by their contributions, we collaborated with the University of Oregon to launch the Vanguard Award, dedicated to shedding light on community members who are revolutionizing the status quo.

In early March, you nominated hundreds of gamechanging locals who are working to make the Bay Area a better place and deserve to win the Vanguard Award. We've narrowed down the field to seven finalists, and now it's time to determine the winner.

YMCA Luncheon Raises Big Money for SF Youth

No startup has more potential than Bay Area youth. Which is why on Friday, March 20, investors in San Francisco's adolescents came together for the 4th Annual YMCA of San Francisco Y For Youth Luncheon, a day of celebration and fundraising for signature youth programs that improve the opportunities for children within our local community.

Bike and Camp at Marin’s China Camp State Park

Savvy Bay Area locals knows Marin is one of the best places in the area to mountain bike, thanks to the expansive views, sunny weather, and unexplored terrain. Not to be missed is the superb single-track loop at San Rafael's China Camp State Park. Here's your guide to the perfect weekend bike ride.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Kicks off 2015 Man and Woman of the Year Campaign

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Northern California Chapter is launching its 2015 Bay Area Man & Woman of the Year fundraising campaign.

Feline Seeking Human: Elegant Elsa

Welcome to the Kitty Personals, where eager furry friends put their hearts on the line while they seek their perfect human match. Each month, we'll spotlight a highly adoptable dog or cat that is currently available at the San Francisco SPCA. Read their stories, fall in love, and go adopt! Today, feast your eyes on the fabulous Elsa.

The SF Ballet’s 34th Auxiliary Fashion Show Presented by Neiman Marcus Union Square

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Join the San Francisco Ballet and Neiman Marcus Union Square on Thursday, April 2 for the 34th annual Auxiliary Fashion Show, an afternoon fit for arts aficionados and fashion mavens alike.

Poppin' Bottles in Pismo Beach

Bubblyfest

In October, local sparkling wine lovers flock en masse down south for Bubblyfest on Pismo Beach, where the bubbles flow freely at events both social and educational. After a sold-out first year, the event organizers added a variety of extra events and extended the whole shebang by two days. With over 50 local and international sparkling wine and champagne producers pouring, you’ll have more than enough bubbly to make the drive worth while.

Saks Fifth Avenue Presents Spring's Top Style and Beauty Trends

As the sun set over Union Square, San Francisco’s fashionistas gathered on the fifth floor of Saks Fifth Avenue for an evening highlighting the best of spring beauty and fashion.

Lava Mae's Un-Gala Supports SF Homeless Right to Hygiene

Lava Mae converts retired MUNI buses into mobile bathrooms for the homeless.

Lava Mae, whose name derives from the Spanish phrase "wash me," has been making waves across the Bay Area since last June, when it rolled out its first MUNI bus turned bathroom on wheels to provide showers and toilets to the thousands of San Franciscans living on our streets. 

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