Superior to the twee and frosting-heavy cupcake, the solitary cake towers above its tiny flanker. In fact, wise people even say that the cake is better than pie. Here are our favorite slices in San Francisco, ranked.
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While local publications, as well as the New York Times (so late to the Bay Area game, as usual), have their say about Burning Man's descent into an elitist techie bacchanalia under the desert sun, we insist you watch the creation of Black Rock City live via the Burning Man 2014 Webcast.
Here's what 7x7 editors were thinking about this week when they should have been at work.
Labor Day Weekend is almost here. The burners are heading out of town. Time to take advantage of this peaceful time in San Francisco by hitting one of our local parks. Here are our favorites, ranked.
In the days after the 6.0 Napa earthquake, centered in American Canyon near Napa and felt as far as the Santa Cruz mountains, our peace of mind was rattled to bits. What can you do to help ease your nerves for the impending Big One? Get your earthquake kit prepared. Now. An even better way would be by curating this ultra-chic earthquake kit, sure to make you the fanciest survivor in town.
Save for the Hollywood casting couch or Disney Channel upfronts, nowhere does youth matter more than in the ostensibly egalitarian Bay Area tech industry. A lack of youthful insouciance could cost your average techie important VC funding and/or the perceived respect of the aforementioned techie’s fresh-from-Stanford employees. Enter—or inject, as the case may be—Botox. Lots of it.
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