Month: September 2017

How I Became An Accidental J-POP Star For The Day

And let me tell you, I was feeling the fantasy. I never thought I could be a performer, nor can (could) I really give speeches in front of crowds of people but you sometimes just have to take a leap and try the unknown. But it was interesting to say the least—from rehearsals, to costumes, […]

Off The Menu: ENOUGH Coffee And Tea Opens On Kearny

A minimalists paradise, this contemporary coffee spot is drawing in crowds of FiDi lovin’ coffee connoisseurs.  And don’t try and ask for boba, the team over at ENOUGH are excited to be playing around with the power of milk teas, milked coffees, and various other concoctions. Ironically next door to Asha Teahouse, we had to […]

Get It Beauty: Flush Blush Bloom

Though we’re enjoying more sun than normal in SF, we’re also enjoying some beauty trends spotted on gals all around the bay. So to quickly go over what we’re loving, here is a fantastic guide to Indian summer beauty with the Bob Cut team. 1.) Impressionism Leads To Believe Have you been walking near Haight […]

Laundré Opens On Mission And 20th: Spreading Affordable Laundry Services For All

In a city with rising costs in all aspects of our lives, keeping our clothes clean is the only sense of entitlement we have left. For Ariana Roviello, founder of Laundre, clean clothes in a warm environment shouldn’t be an entitled resource for the upper class, it should be for all. We caught up with […]

Shop Talk: The Reset’s Pop Up Brings Fillmore Street Back to the Basics

The Reset, the San Francisco-based company aiming to inspire women through online content and fashion, has opened its first pop-up shop on Fillmore Street. We chatted with designer Cat Wu about the versatility of the line, and why San Francisco is crazy about it. Founder and CEO Maria Peevey and designer Cat Wu kept women […]

#DubNation: Represent Your Home Team With A Custom Pair of Converse

Trivia fact: In 1949, virtually every player in the NBA wore the brand’s iconic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker. So why not bring back this iconic moment in NBA fashion history with premium sneaks with your fave teams on them… Such as the Warriors. Honoring our home town team with a custom pair of kicks, the […]

Celebrate National Coffee Day: Brew Your Own Cup At Home Barista Style

Go forth and get caffeinated wisely. For national coffee day, we took to our favorite coffee bars to figure out how to make a brew that even a barista would be proud. Luckily, we found Tea People’s Ken Kawachi. Ken graced our offices and demo’d his favorite type of pour over at home. Equipped with […]

Books are Bae: The Bay Area’s Beloved Big Book Sale is Back in Full Swing This Week

It’s that time of the year again where Bay Area temperatures drop, Karl The Fog seems to put on his winter coat, and books seemingly fly off the shelves. Nobody can put together a gargantuan book sale quite like the SFPL (San Francisco Public Library). With over 500,000 titles priced three dollars or less, the […]

Gotta Catch’em All: 10 Spots To Eat Delish Poke In SF

And no, we don’t mean ‘Pokemon’, we mean the thinly sliced raw fish that pairs beautifully with rice, sesame seed oil, and a load of other toppings. Man over board, we’re diving in head first. Poke Delish Where poke takes new heights, mixing various poke types / sauces, the mouthwatering factor is so real. All […]

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