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SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

851 is a monthly reading series (dubbed by City Lights Bookstore as “by far, one of the most exciting reading series in San Francisco”) hosted by Janey Smith, located in a derelict apartment in Lower Haight lit entirely by tea lights, votives, and those Saint…

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SF Style: Laid Back in Army Fatigues

SF Style: Laid Back in Army Fatigues

We spotted Angelica, a model, in Nob Hill, while she was waiting for a photo shoot on Sutter Street, wearing this adorable combination of army fatigues rolled at the sleeve, high-waisted jean shorts, sheer black stockings, and Chuck Taylors.

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Exploratorium Goes ‘On the Move’ With Pop-Up Museums

Exploratorium Goes ‘On the Move’ With Pop-Up Museums

Exploratorium is closing its doors at the Palace of Fine Arts on January 2, 2013 (but will be open to the public, for free, all that day) in order to gear up for a big move to Pier 15 on the Embarcadero.

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SF Style: Orange and Silver Chic

SF Style: Orange and Silver Chic

Austin, sitting and chatting with a friend in Union Square, caught our eye with his wondrous locks and colorful outfit composed of an orange sweater, floral print Oxford, white jacket and shiny metallic Doc Martens. “It’s just something I threw on,” he explained to us,…

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Devastating Photos of Hurricane Sandy's Destruction

Devastating Photos of Hurricane Sandy's Destruction

Hurricane Sandy blew into the Eastern side of our continent and left many devastated. The internet took notice, and Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram became sources to share information and images, real and doctored, of the so-called “Frankenstorm.”

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Best Giants Memes of the Web

Best Giants Memes of the Web

The Giants did it—it only took four games to win the World Series and sweep the Detroit Tigers out of any chance of victory. To celebrate, here are some of our favorite Giants memes found in various corners of the Internet.

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Baristas in the hood: Cafe La Taza

Baristas in the hood: Cafe La Taza

Today, we profile Cafe La Taza, in the heart of Union Square, home of tourists, tourism employees, hotel laborers, hustlers, office nine-to-fivers, shoppers and art students.

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Halloween Costumes for Every Budget

Halloween Costumes for Every Budget

San Franciscans love dressing up and donning a costume all year round, whether the occasion is a Santa-themed bar crawl, Bay to Breakers or just an average Thursday night. It should come to no surprise that Halloween is a very big deal in the city.

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Street Style: Gothic Perfection in Union Square

Street Style: Gothic Perfection in Union Square

We spotted Camille, a Berkeley-based CCA student, in Union Square on a chilly Tuesday evening sitting outside the new Uniqlo store, hanging out and listening to music before heading to a Deftones concert.

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Is this racist? Victoria's Secret Pulls "Geisha" Outfit

Is this racist? Victoria's Secret Pulls "Geisha" Outfit

A media firestorm is brewing around ladies’ wear company, Victoria’s Secret, for its debut and subsequent pulling of this “Geisha” inspired one-piece on the company’s online store.

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UNIQLO Clothing Store Arrives in San Francisco

UNIQLO Clothing Store Arrives in San Francisco

Japanese Clothing retailer Uniqlo arrives Friday, October 5th with an opening ceremony at 9:45am co-hosted by Mayor Ed Lee and Global CEO and Chairman Tadashi Yanai.

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7-Election Offers Free Coffee This Friday

7-Election Offers Free Coffee This Friday

Stop by a 7-Eleven this Friday, September 28th,  cast your ballot  in a just-for-fun poll, and get a free large-size cup of coffee in honor of National Coffee Day, dubbed Coffree Day.

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