7x7 editors reveal what they're salivating over this week.
Let's take this one game at a time, folks. So, please, no mention of the D-word. Not just yet. In order to help you map out where you'll watch the Giants take on the Kansas City Royals this week, we've listed 7 of our favorite places in which to watch, cheer on, and wince at the World Series.
Last week, we saw Miss Molodetskaya at the Burberry re-opening (check out the 10/13 images for more). Today we see a sundry of assorted looks: florals in winter, buttery Kenzo, MSGM. Heaven. Straight from heaven. All of it. Also of note? A dog in sunglasses. Why not.
The 1989 World Series matchup could not have been more ominous. The Oakland Athletics versus the San Francisco Giants. All eyes were on the Bay Area. Minutes before Game 3 of the series aired on ABC, on October 17 at 5:04 p.m., it struck. You could hear sportscaster Al Michaels shout, "I'll tell you what — we're having an earth—" just moments before the signal began to break. Viewers around the world tuning in caught the first moments of the 6.9 tremor that changed the Bay Area forever.
Heartbreaking local media news: The San Francisco Bay Guardian, the city's longstanding progressive voice, shut down operations today. San Francisco Media Company, who owns the San Francisco Examiner, SF Weekly, and the the Guardian, said that tomorrow's "Best of the Bay" issue will be its last.
I have recently fallen under the aldehydic spell of perfumes. In a short time, I have amassed an impressive collection: vintage Chanel No. 5 in a crystal bottle, Olympic Orchids’ DEV #1, Andy Tauer’s L’air du Désert Marocain, Estée Lauder’s groundbreaking White Linen and, yes, even Poison, Dior’s notoriously assertive ’80s scent.
There’s something scary and mysterious about people who live outside society,” says Gypsy Snider, circus creator for the modern-day revival of Pippin, the 1972 Broadway musical originally directed by the late Bob Fosse.
On Friday, a mishmash of fancypants gathered at the Bently Reserve to see and be seen at the Gorgeous & Green Gala. Were you there? Lucky you. Goldie Hawn, Oscar winner/star of one of the greatest movies of all time, was there. So was actress/singer Vanessa Hudgens, actor Austin Butler, actor Paul Hipp, and "fashion host and lifestyle expert" Louise Roe made an appearance.
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