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We Wanna Be Friends With Laura Bruland​ of Yes & Yes Designs

Laura Bruland is really good at judging a book by its cover, in fact, it's her job. The founder of Yes & Yes Designs finds unwanted, falling apart, or outdated books and give them a new life by turning them into gorgeous pieces of jewelry! 

This House Cray: A $16M Telegraph Hill Home Complete With Tesla Charger

This Mediterranean style home nestled atop Telegraph Hill just hit the market for a tidy $16M, making it one of the most expensive properties in SF, and we really want to live here. 

This Week's Hottest Events: Muir Woods BBQ, Murakami Film Screening, and More

7x7 editors reveal the hottest events going on this week and give you a head's up on tickets to grab in advance (before they sell out)!

Pedal and Drink Your Way Through Sacramento on the Sac Brew Bike

Looking for an eco-friendly way to party around town? Stretch your calves and hop on the Sacramento Brew Bike, a 15-seater party bike that let's you take the scenic route through the capital's brewpub scene. 

From Parking to Rent, How the Bay Area Stacks Up to the Rest of the Nation

The nation's been buzzing about the Bay Area for quite some time now, including SF and Oakland in every Buzzfeed-esque listicle, and labeling the cities everything from Most Charming to Worst Parking. Are they right about us? See the various titles the Bay Area has won over the past year, and decide for yourself. 

Where to Score Great Finds Vintage Shopping in the East Bay

It's that time of the year again when you need to stock up on sun dresses, cut off shorts, and floppy hats, and there's no better selection than the vintage stores of the East Bay for all your summer-time needs on the cheap. 

5 Reasons You Must See Godzilla Return to the Big Screen and Destroy SF

If you're skeptical about dishing out the cash to see this weekend's blockbuster monster flick, don't be. Godzilla destroying SF is an absolute must-watch (and not just to get the 1998 flop with Matthew Broderick out of your head). From excellent actors to a plot that hits close to home, here are five reasons you should buy your ticket, like now.

Foodie Agenda: Sunday Supper at Penrose, Young Winemakers, and More

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit! 

Drones Are Now Delivering Champagne to Sausalito Hotel Rooms

For Sausalito tourists who have no interest in visiting the shoreline or Copita, there's a novel new way to be entertained right from your hotel bed, and it's way better than a minibar. 

This House Cray: A Pac Heights Home, Designed by Ken Fulk, for $15M

It's rare that we come across a This House Cray home that we would gladly give any number of body parts to live in without any renovations or decor changes, but then again, we expect nothing less from a house designed by local style guru Ken Fulk. 

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