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Must-Stops in the Neighborhood
By Helene Goupil (May 19, 2006)
Going to the Lower Haight usually means that there is a night of bar hopping and cheap eating in the very near future. For drinking there's Toronado, Molotov's, Mad Dog in the Fog, and Noc Noc, and for good but cheap food perfect for pre- or post-imbibing, there's Naan N' Chutney, Ali Baba's, Rosamunde, and a late snack of pizza from Mythic or Volare's, but lately there's a lot more to this neighborhood than food and drink. More
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We've Got Gifts
By Amy Sherman (May 5, 2006)
This year instead of the flowers and brunch routine, or in addition to it, how about a present mom will brag about all year long? Reaffirm that you are the number one son or daughter with a gift that shows how well you know her style. We've chosen some great gifts from all over town to show our appreciation for every kind of mother. Call it the mother of all gift guides. More
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Style that goes to your head
By Michelle Sieling (Apr 20, 2006)
Long gone are the days when proper ladies and gentlemen were never seen in public without a hat, but people today still like to put on a new bonnet at Easter. Until the other day, I didn't even know that there were "hat holidays", but Lis Smith of ADS Hats on Valencia in the Mission said that following Easter, the Kentucky Derby is the most popular day for hat purchases. But with a month and a half of rain in San Francisco, there hasn't been much use for a hat to keep the spring sun out of our eyes. More
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Fashionably Functional Bags
By Jialin Luh (Apr 14, 2006)
From its conception in New York in the 50s to present day, the messenger bag has evolved from a drab component of a workman's ensemble to a unisex must-have fashion accessory, all the while never losing its functionality. In 1989 San Francisco bike messenger Rob Honeycutt invested $200 for a used Singer sewing machine, fabric and buckles to craft 50 no-name black handlebar bags he dubbed Scumbags, which would later bear the brand name Timbuk2. Fast forward to April 2006: the first Timbuk2 brick and mortar store opens its doors to the public after more than 15 years of providing bags to a growing loyal user base. More
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A Friendly Store and Art Gallery
By Helene Goupil (Apr 7, 2006)
Among the antiques and furniture stores of the Market Street "deco ghetto" area is a hip newcomer called The Seventh Heart. Opened in December 2005 by Jessica Cuevas and Mark Hoke, who met almost 14 years ago in a San Jose high school, the store specializes in clothes as well as new and vintage accessories for young urbanites. More
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Haute Couture within Reach
By Jialin Luh (Mar 31, 2006)
The French phrase "haute couture" translates to "high fashion" and is synonymous with several things: highest quality, superb (expensive) materials, unique/custom designs and exquisite detail-often executed by hand. As such, clothing bearing the label is usually the opposite of affordable for most women. However, those of us who are of more modest means are in for a treat: local couturiere Colleen Quen is opening her doors tomorrow and next Saturday, April 8th for a sample sale you won't want to miss. More
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Elegant With a Capital E
By Helene Goupil (Jan 20, 2006)
When local business owner Levi Strauss started making work pants for miners in 1873, jeans were seen as sturdy and practical pants for the working class. Things have changed quite a bit in the denim world. These days, designers around the world offer luxury jeans and San Francisco's very own denim king, Levi's, is a force with which to be reckoned. More
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Not a T-Shirt Shop
By Jialin Luh (Jan 6, 2006)
Some people are thrilled to the bone to bring home new clothing from boutiques and department stores. Others prefer a diet of thrift store wares. Both groups may find that graphic design house My Trick Pony adds just the right amount of personal flair so as to distinguish its patrons from the masses. More
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Artists Melding with Patrons
By Jialin Luh (Dec 30, 2005)
The count down has begun: only three weeks remain to plunder the treasures at localpatron, which sets up shop only once a year! This year, the cheerful Valencia street storefront will remain open until January 21. Whether you are an artist, a collector or appreciator of artsy and creative things, localpatron has lots to fawn over. More
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A Hit, & Mission To Complete
By grace chen (Dec 16, 2005)
At 01:30 AM two unidentified men arrived at the scene. Within the next six hours, hundreds of casually dressed civilians had descended upon the same scene, hurrying along Powell Street and around a dark corner. By 09:59 AM security guards braced themselves for the imminent attack -- H&M was about to open its doors. More
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