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Shopping: Consignment Shop Roundup

Shopping: Consignment Shop Roundup

For the thrifty yet fashionable, San Francisco offers many options, whether it be vintage, thrift or consignment. Each operates on a slightly different model, and this week we focus on roundup of consignment shops.

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Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company

Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company

There is no image as synonymous with San Francisco as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, which just turned 75 years old this past weekend. Not only can locals and tourists ride or walk across the world-renowned bridge, but it’s also possible to own part of…

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Shopping: Derby Day Hat Ideas

Shopping: Derby Day Hat Ideas

Though hats are traditionally worn to shield the sun out of one’s eyes, protect the wearer from rain, or to keep the heat from escaping one’s head, in the case of the Kentucky Derby each May, hats of all kinds are worn to bring good…

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Shopping: Foggy Notion in the Inner Richmond

Shopping: Foggy Notion in the Inner Richmond

As if she didn’t already have her hands full, multi-talented artist Alissa Anderson opened up Foggy Notion on Sixth Avenue near Clement in the Inner Richmond just this past March.

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Shopping: Fillmore Street, Pacific Heights

Shopping: Fillmore Street, Pacific Heights

Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights is chock full of brand name stores, like Kiehl’s, Ralph Lauren and Jonathan Adler, but it’s also home to a number of unique shops that keep it from being just another outdoor mall.

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Shopping: March

Shopping: March

March marks the beginning of spring, a time for renewal, which often translates to home improvement. Sometimes that means pulling out the mop and bucket for a round of spring cleaning, but other times that means redecorating the house. If it’s the latter, the revamped…

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Shopping: Valentine's Day Gifting Ideas

Shopping: Valentine's Day Gifting Ideas

There are some people who think grabbing a box of candy and flowers from the local supermarket is fine for a last minute Valentine’s Day present. For those who wish to send a sweeter message, here are a few ideas to help make a Valentine…

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Shopping: The Detox Market

Shopping: The Detox Market

Many people include a working out plan in their New Year’s resolutions. This year, people who are looking for another element to add to their physical wellness plan can turn to The Detox Market located on Valencia near 21st in the Mission District.

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Japantown Shopping Guide

Japantown Shopping Guide

The patchwork nature of San Francisco’s neighborhoods makes it possible to showcase the richness of all the diverse cultures contained within this one city. A good example is San Francisco’s Japantown, also known as “Nihonmachi.”

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West Portal Shopping Guide

West Portal Shopping Guide

Shopping in San Francisco is not normally a family affair, but it’s possible in the West Portal neighborhood. Tucked into a valley to the west of the iconic Twin Peaks, West Portal feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the…

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Viracocha: Antiques, Assorted Rarities and Art on Valencia Street

Viracocha: Antiques, Assorted Rarities and Art on Valencia Street

Some things defy easy explanation, and that’s not a bad thing, especially in the case of Viracocha, located on the corner of Valencia and 21st Streets in the Mission.

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Unionmade Expands in The Castro

Unionmade Expands in The Castro

If you are already a Unionmade devotee, there’s now even more of the store to love. This month, Unionmade expanded into a space on the corner of Sanchez and 18th Streets in the Castro District, conveniently located next door to the flagship store.

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