Month: January 2017

Robot Baristas Are The Future At The Metreon

Amy Osborne, Special To The Chronicle As Dr. Zoidberg from Futurama would say, “I’m an expert on humans, not robits,” but really, we’re really excited from them. Made to make the perfect espresso every time, The Metreon got it’s newest kiosk and much to the surprise of movie go-ers, not a single person was there […]

Cuyana’s Quality Ethics Are What We Need In 2017

Cuyana’s founders Shilpa Shah and Karla Gallardo, photo courtesy of Cuyana “Quality over quantity” is a phrase we often hear again and again from various clothing brands, being a better version of yourself also rings along with the familiar quote. For Bay Area founded, Cuyana, less is always more and their many ways to dissect […]

Kehlani’s SweetSexySavage Is Out And Reminds People To Take It Easy On Themselves

Kehlani’s album cover SweetSexy Savage, photo via Atlantic Records If you would have told Kehlani years ago that should would have a debut album hitting major stores all over the world, she’d say, “you’re fuckin’ nuts.” But dreams do come true as this Oakland-native’s debut album has hit major airwaves, stores, and internet accolades. Large […]

Where To Get Actually Cool Vintage In San Francisco

Vintage clothing is a major part of San Francisco fashion. Nothing beats buying a one-of-a-kind garment that no one else will be rocking. Navigating the vast array of vintage stores can be a daunting task, however. Luckily, we have sifted through the numerous options for you, shining a light on some of our favorite San […]

Off The Menu: The Luxe Coletta Gelato Opens In SoMa

Photo via Coletta Gelato Gelato goodness has made it’s way to SoMa. What can be described as “gelato heaven” — ‘Coletta Gelato’ debuts with an interesting Italian technique and multiple creative flavors in SoMa. Flavors like Almost Chai, Pistachio with Maldon Sea Salt, Irish Coffee, Coco Banana Rum, Mint Chip Stracciatella, Amaretto with Roasted Almond, and […]

Inauguration Day Live Performance On Market Leaves Audience In Awe

And it’s seriously hypnotizing. Seen about our Facebook feed, we stumbled upon a live dance performance the day of inauguration — the video captures two dancers contained within a plexi (glass) box trying to escape, but all the while, painters begin to spray paint the American flag on from the outside. You can only watch […]

Diane Arbus Has Arrived At The SFMOMA — You’ve Got To See It

A lifelong New Yorker, American photographer Diane Arbus found the city and its citizens an endlessly rich subject for her art. Working in Times Square, the Lower East Side, and Coney Island. She made some of the most powerful portraits of the twentieth century, training her lens on the pedestrians and performers she encountered there. […]

Inside The Studio: Meet SF’s Design Darling, Catherine Kwong

Photography by Anthony Rogers Walking into the Catherine Kwong design studio, the atmosphere comes off as three things: elegant, effortless, and VERY chic. Represented in her personal style and work — Catherine herself embodies what it’s like to live stylish. Starting her career in the heart of New York, Catherine began designing luxury interiors for […]

Off The Menu: Namu Plots To Take Over The Bay Area Food Scene

A photo posted by Namu Gaji Restaurant (@namusf) on Sep 30, 2016 at 6:57pm PDT World domination isn’t hard and for brothers Daniel, David, and Dennis Lee with their entire team at Korean-influenced restaurant Namu Gaji, have a pretty big year coming up. With plans to open two new locations on Divisadero and in the […]

Dog Massages Are Now A Thing

Photo via Pexels There is a service for everything and your pups aren’t missing a woof. SF has just welcomed it’s newest and most needed resident, yes, a doggy massage and spa. Two wags for yay, one wag for yas. Founded by Shelah Barr, a masseuse of many canine companions has brought her healing hands […]

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