Month: October 2020

Class Of 2020: James Juanillo—Founder and Activist

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Five Key Tips To Celebrate a Shelter In Place Party During Quarantine

For our birthday month goers—we see you. It’s hard to be upbeat and lifted when there is so much going on in the uncertain. But we don’t want to make the uncertain affect the one day you get to celebrate. That’s why our editor’s put together a pretty simple list of key takeaways for those […]

Class Of 2020: Breanna Sinclaire—Opera Singer

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Class Of 2020: MILITIA—Drag Queen & Singer

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Can Astrology Be Our Modern Day Pocket Bible? Thoughts About Daily Horoscopes

Coming into my late twenties, you’d think that I would have it all figured out. You would think. Often if not all the time, I go to the people who know me the most. My mother, my immediate friends, even a therapist to talk through what I’m feeling in the deepest core of my gut. […]

Class Of 2020: Belinda Man and Dan Fung—Co-founders, NÜFLY

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Class Of 2020: Freddie Seipoldt—Singer Songwriter and Activist

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Secret Recipe: This Spring-Style 18th Street Cobbler Is What You Need To Make Stat

Though we’re seeing spring showers and cold winds have been more apparent, spring offers warmer days and sweeter drinks. So go ahead and make this Lo-Fi 18th Street Cobbler at home to welcome in the season. And for those who aren’t in touch with their inner bartender, don’t fret. It’s as simple as 1-2-3, and […]

Tasteful History: The Magic of Authentic Italian Cuisine in San Francisco

Bottarga, the flavor-rich gold from the Mediterranean, made its way into modern cuisine and restaurants in California a long time ago, though very few chefs have attempted to make it their own. “To me this ingredient is the quintessential taste of the sea”, said Viola Buitoni, a San Francisco private chef and culinary instructor from […]

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