Month: October 2016

You Can Now Rent The Hillsborough ‘Flintstone House’ On Airbnb

<img src=" million), the house has recently gone on Airbnb as a rental home for 6. For $750 per night, you can relive your childhood memories in this very chic 3 bed/3 bath home. The three-bedroom house was constructed in 1976 and served to test out a new construction technique. Architect William Nicholson designed the […]

Bob Cut Editor’s 13 Favorite Halloween Costumes in the Bay Area

We partake highly in the creative, funny, and downright masterful costumes for this year’s Halloween. Everything from stylish to DIY, they’re spooky no? 4. Remember when you collected Beanie Babies? 5. We’ve seen Stranger Things. 6. The Corpse Bride looks so cute, it’s ridiculous. 7. She is the one named Sailor Moon. 8. Could be […]

We’re Binge Watching ‘Chance‘ On HULU

With the seal of approval from IMDB’s premiere reviewing committee, the show has began to touch the heart’s of millions nationwide, “The writing of this series is impeccable and Hugh has once again risen to the occasion. When one considers the variety of acting he has undertaken over his illustrious career, one can only marvel […]

Inside The Studio: The Heart Of Women Innovation — The Hivery Is The ‘It’ Co-Working Space

Because a 9 to 5 shouldn’t be a bore — The Hivery fosters women entrepreneurs in the Bay Area and is growing even stronger in 2017. Meet the queen bee, Grace Kraaijvanger, tending to her fearless workers. when I first started, people asked me if I was creating a space only for creative professionals, then as […]

Off The Menu: Tartine’s Cookies + Cream Sneakily Slides Into The Sweets Realm in SF

Opening quietly and taking Instagram by STORM, Tartine’s little side hobby Cookies + Cream is making some very savory sweets and of course, we had to try them all. And yes, you will be waiting in line. Is it worth it? Um, oh yeah. Cookies + Cream, the ice cream stand with its own side […]

CreativeMornings Are Fueling The Discussion For Thought Provoking Inspiration in the Bay Area

Since every CreativeMornings event is free of charge, each of our chapters looks to local sponsors to help provide breakfast, coffee, a welcoming venue and more. It’s thanks to these sponsors that CreativeMornings remains open and accessible to everyone (that’s willing to wake up!) // CreativeMornings happen all around the city so stay in the […]

Bay Area Claims 6 Michelin Stars And Outweighs New York

Below, the entire list, with new star awardees bolded. Three Stars Benu, San Francisco The French Laundry, Wine Country Manresa, Peninsula Quince, San Francisco The Restaurant at Meadowood, Wine Country Saison, San Francisco Two Stars Acquerello, San Francisco Atelier Crenn, San Francisco Baumé, South Bay Campton Place, San Francisco Coi, San Francisco Commis, Oakland Lazy […]

Warriors Season Kicks Off And Man It Wasn’t Pretty

Playing the San Antonio Spurs last night, the 129-100 loss sent chills down the audience’s spines… Is this something we will be seeing all season from our famed Warriors? With the Giants out of the running for the World Series, and the Niners predictably awful, Bay Area sports fans are once again turning their attention […]

Chic Market Alert: Mainland Market Co. In The Outer Richmond Is A Huge Hidden Gem

Everything from homemade mochi to Equator Coffee drips, Mainland Market Co is a serious go-to in the Outer Richmond. Stocking fresh produce daily, the team over at Mainland Market Co has taken the chic to the outer reaches of the Richmond. Catering to a wide variety of shoppers, their open air market is highly curated […]

5 Macaron Shops In The City Worth Spending Money On

Chantal Guillon Macarons // 437 Hayes St This Hayes Valley bellwether has been creating, making, and perfecting chic Macarons since the launch of their first store in 2008. Being the “must-have macaron on the west coast,” the haus of Guillon prides themselves with making their sweets with all-natural and organic ingredients for that satisfactory first […]

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