This isn't your average house on a hill. The $12M abode was one of the first homes built on Russian Hill and also one of the most prominent Historic City Landmark Homes from the 1800s.
7x7 asks the city's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts.
Impress your friends with these conversation-starters.
Showcasing such rock 'n' roll legends as Keith Richards and Lou Reed (photographed shortly before his death), Sonic—a retrospective exhibition of Hedi Slimane's photographs—will be on display in Paris, France starting this month. The show features intimate black-and-white portraits from the music scene shot over the past 15 years in London, New York, and California.
The 5 things you should be doing this weekend.
Day-tripper, music junkie, and all around cool girl (oh, and did we mention newly-appointed editor in chief of The Bold Italic?) Jennifer Maerz lets us in on her chill life in San Francisco.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
Did you know that legendary artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were stirring up the San Francisco art scene in the 1930s? You've heard of the movement-for-change that characterized Berkeley in the 1960s, but what about the now-famous art scene that was erupting at UC Davis?
Famed architect Earl B. Bertz built houses all over San Francisco's Lake Street, El Camino del Mar, and 28th Avenue in the 1920s. This pricey mansion is one of the only homes that retains many of its original jazz-age touches.
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