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Three Reasons to Cross the Bay Bridge

White Elephant Sale

Treasure hunters, get your gloves out, the Oakland Museum's annual White Elephant sale is here Saturday and Sunday.

Foodie Agenda: Peruvian Piscos, Tea Tasting and More

Friday, March 1

Crown & Crumpet is back! The former Ghirardelli Square tea café is opening a new shop in Japantown where you can indulge in sweets, drinks or a light lunch. If you want to feel like the cheeky royalty you are, then stop in for a spot of tea. @ 1746 Post St. 415-771-4252

Four Oakland Jewelry Designers We Can't Get Enough Of

From the brand new to the tried and true, we think that these Oakland-based jewelry designers are doing some amazing things. From designing to casting to running their own stores, these women seriously can do it all.

Three Reasons to Cross The Golden Gate Bridge

Head North for a look at the beauty and culture of the Bay. These exciting events are a great excuse to get out of the city for the day.

Three Reasons to Cross The Bay Bridge

This weekend, the East Bay is alive with music, so why not head across the Bay and delight your ears with something new and original?

Foodie Agenda: Big Sur Desserts, Meatpaper at the Ramen Shop and More

Saturday, Feb. 23

Escape the big city and head to Big Sur's beautiful getaway, Post Ranch Inn.

Academy of Art Students take on New York Fashion Week

Not sleet, not rain, not wind nor snow can derail true fashion lovers. It is New York Fashion Week, and the trendiest and most outrageous style instigators are huffing and heeling around the city searching for the best and brightest of the Fall 2013 collections. 

Six East Bay Sandwiches Worth Taking a Bite Out Of

The Local Butcher Shop Sandwich

Out in the East Bay and craving a sandwich? Here are our favorites.

Three Reasons to Cross The Golden Gate Bridge

David Lindley

Chef, Food Network TV host and cookbook author Nigella Lawson is coming in town for a book signing as a "Cooks with Books" event. Lawson's new cookbook Nigellissima focuses on easy, Italian-inspired recipes.

Foodie Agenda: Beer, Indian Burritos, Chocolate and Pigs


Saturday, Feb. 16th

SF Beer Week is coming to an end, but there are still plenty of great events to hit up in celebration of all that is dark and hoppy.

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