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The Acai Ascension
A.K. Carroll | May 22, 2015

 

Long touted as a superfood, the acai berry is being blended into bowls at a growing number of Bay Area businesses.

At the Castro’s year-old BeBeBar (3809 18th st., near Church St., 415-203- 8406), there...

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New College Grads Can't Afford to Live in SF—or Oakland
Scott Lucas | May 21, 2015

 

It’s graduation season. Congratulations on that newly-minted degree in engineering, business, or critical anti-(re)ification studies. Enjoy those last...

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Smart Cities
San Francisco magazine | May 21, 2015

 

Cties have been dreaming up ways to improve themselves since the first ziggurat went up in Ur (the ur-ziggurat?): Rome introduced the apartment building, Cleveland the first electric traffic signal, and London the modern police force....

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Alameda County Cleans Up the Rap Sheet
Scott Lucas | May 21, 2015

 

Read more Smart City coverage here.

All too often, “felon” is a permanent label...

Safari West

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The Bay Area's Five Best Creature-Comfort Campouts
Jenna Scatena | May 20, 2015

 

Forget paying a quarter of your rent for two nights at an overpriced hotel, or schlepping heavy tents and equipment to a campsite, only to find out that you forgot...

Geodessa settee and chair by Max Macsai Kaplan at Zinc Details

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The Must List
Lauren Murrow | May 20, 2015

 

May 20th: Shop the Suno fall/winter 2015 collection during a trunk show at the newly relocated Betty Lin boutique. 3625 Sacramento St. (near Locust St.), 415-345-8688...

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Poetry in Concrete
Zahid Sardar | May 20, 2015

 

When Berkeley concrete fabricator Fu-Tung Cheng was first summoned to this site in Los Altos Hills—the future home of two electrical engineers and their three children—he was tasked with creating custom...

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Austerity Not Welcome
Lauren Murrow | May 20, 2015

 

Tech workers are no strangers to the concept of improvement through iteration. So when Twitter software engineer Yassine Hinnach and his wife, speech therapist Stacey Hinnach, bought this Cole Valley Edwardian in 2012, they...

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Jenna Scatena | May 19, 2015

 

Forget paying a quarter of your rent for two nights at an overpriced hotel, or schlepping heavy tents and equipment to a campsite, only to find out your forgot the stakes at home. One of the most underrated middle-ground lodging options—glamping—tends...

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Jenna Scatena | May 19, 2015

 

Forget paying a quarter of your rent for two nights at an overpriced hotel, or schlepping heavy tents and equipment to a campsite, only to find out your forgot the stakes at home. One of the most underrated middle-ground lodging options—glamping—tends...

One of the whales.

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So Your Beach Has a Pair of Rotting Whale Corpses On It: What Now?
Scott Lucas | May 19, 2015

 

What can you do with a dead whale? If its one of the many that have washed ashore lately, there's a lot. They can became...

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