Month: September 2016

Fall Arts Guide: Gallery Openings, Personal Appearances, Concerts, and More

Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now at SFMOMA SFMOMA will highlight Japanese photography in two exhibitions at the newly expanded museum this fall—Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now and New Work: Sohei Nishino. These exhibitions celebrate the museum’s commitment to the profoundly important work made by Japanese photographers from the time of postwar renewal in […]

Locals We Love: In The Closet with Jess Egbu a.k.a The Oxfordist

writer of her blog and the community manager at Betabrand, she is always on the go. But, she is in charge of her own style. I first met Jessica at Edinburgh Castle Pub in the Tenderloin two years ago when we were both studying at The Academy of Art University. We hit it off immediately. […]

Shoes That Feel Like Home: Llani Shoes Kicks Off Kickstarter

Llani | shoes for the home is a globally-inspired shoe collection, and is the result of a partnership between a seasoned shoe designer and a coterie of immensely talented artisans & craftsmen she has met while working in India. “Llani” is the Alana’s childhood nickname which rolls off the tounge.  Llani slippers, flats, and slides […]

Style’d SF: Kamryn Dame Is Any Chic Style Mavens Friend

// Make sure to shop the collection here and ogle at the other gorgeous pieces of hardware. Written by Anthony Rogers, photographs by Ashley Batz and jewelry by Nazy Fotoohi — Meet the makers you didn’t know you needed to meet. Also, subscribe to our newsletter and never miss the best.

Off The Menu: If You Haven’t Tried Baked Bear — You’re Doing Your Arteries A Favor

Shortly after, The Baked Bear was born, opening on May 4th, 2013 in Pacific Beach, CA, where the lines began forming down the street. Now stationed at Fisherman’s Wharf (and at Grant St & Columbus Ave) for all of the hungry tourists, the dream has certainly become a reality. While becoming the most Instagrammable ice […]

“Too Real” Brings Together Craftiness And Extensive Research To Make A Surreal Playland

Better For Living to book an appointment — Ridge Space, 634 15th Street, Oakland. Written by Anthony Rogers, photos courtesy of Giffen Clark Ott — Have you checked our Fall Arts Guide? All the best exhibitions, appearance, and openings on one page.

Style’d SF: These New Styles From Seldom Seen Are Everything

online or in person (522 Octavia St) Written by Anthony Rogers, photographed by Ashley Tarr, styled by Shani Storey, creative directed by Daniel Lee — Need more shop recommendations? Our A to Z guide of best shops will keep you on your toes for hours. While you’re at it, subscribe to our newsletter.

A Dog’s New Best Friend: Bio Bag Is Cleaning Up SF’s Poopy Problem With Easy To Use Disposal Tools

And we get it — SF’s lack of proper disposals for your furry friend’s number 2 is by far insulting. This newest program (which kicked off last weekend) is working surprisingly well. Instead on considering the waste merely garbage, SF has now declared that your best companion’s poop can now be classified as compost. Kind […]

Meet The Man Who Has Dished 5,320 Reviews In His Time At The Chronicle

an extremely detailed memoir on his time with the Chron. Whether he’s reviewing people such as Judy Rodgers, who took over Zuni Cafe in 1987; Nancy Oakes who “took American food to a new level” at L’Avenue in 1988; Suzette Gresham who opened Acquerello in 1989 or even today’s moderns like chef Corey Lee of […]

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