Michelle Sieling

SF Station Writer

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Sustainable Bling and Wine
By Michelle Sieling (Aug 01, 2011)
San Francisco’s D&H Sustainable Jewelers in the Castro shows it is possible to wear something beautiful that you can feel good about, too. More »
East Meets West
By Michelle Sieling (Jul 18, 2011)
East Coast shopping destination Madewell makes its debut in SF with a 3,600-square-foot space at Westfield centre. More »
Strollers, Labradors and More
By Michelle Sieling (Jun 18, 2011)
Noe Valley is one of the few neighborhoods in San Francisco where you’ll find more boutiques and gift shops than eateries. More »
For Distinguished Gentlemen
By Michelle Sieling (May 23, 2011)
Brandy snifters, khakis, fancy cufflinks made out of old footballs, Hush Puppies, and more, at Embarcadero One. More »
Old-School Grooming in the Mission
By Michelle Sieling (Apr 19, 2011)
The guessing game of hipster or homeless may be coming to an end in the Mission if the opening of F.S.C. Barber is any indication. More »
Treasures in the Mission
By Michelle Sieling (Feb 16, 2011)
What do a well-loved erector set, worn metal toolboxes, and a whimsical birdhouse all have in common? They can all be found at [b]Stuff[/b] on Valencia near Duboce in the Mission. More »
Brazilian Culture in the Mission
By Michelle Sieling (Feb 03, 2011)
If not for the colorful mural of capoeiristas painted by Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gêmeos, you might miss the entrance of Abadá-Capoeira San Francisco. More »
Duds for Dudes, and More
By Michelle Sieling (Jan 03, 2011)
[b]HANGR 16[/b] on 16th Street near Valencia Street is making it possible for men to look as chic as the ladies in the Mission. More »
A Different Dispensary
By Michelle Sieling (Nov 16, 2010)
Housed in what was once a medical marijuana storefront is a new kind of pot dispensary. Instead of the sticky, green buds, at Pot & Pantry you can find the perfect pot to boil water for pasta. More »
A Natural Selection
By Michelle Sieling (Oct 15, 2010)
The theme threading throughout most of Prairie Collective is nature and/or nostalgia items of the past. More »
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