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1/5/2017

  For Ayelet Waldman, a woman prone to catastrophizing and being easily rankled, a bit reckless, and highly anxious, election... More»

1/4/2017

  Within San Francisco’s Historic Pier 70—just a few blocks from bustling Third Street, yet seemingly a world away... More»

12/16/2016

  Micah Danemayer was about to form a new electronica band. Ara Jo was gearing up for the East Bay Alternative Book and Zine... More»

12/14/2016

  From the simplest Chuck Ts to shoes loaded with the symbolic weight of hip-hop appropriation, our sneakers say a lot about us. Beginning this... More»

12/13/2016

  You don’t have to be an expert on solar aerostatics, bubble geometry, or neural networks to appreciate Tomás Saraceno’s trippy,... More»

12/13/2016

  Like a 2 a.m. Facebook confessor, Sandra Tsing Loh, the frequent and comedic Atlantic and NPR contributor, is getting ready to unload. The... More»

12/7/2016

  A newly arrived Afghani journalist, cultish Guerneville townies, and a super stony James Franco: Somehow they all come together for... More»

12/6/2016

  From the basketball player who falls prey to the “hot hand” fallacy to the day trader convinced he can outsmart the market, we... More»

12/2/2016

  Two of Sacramento’s favorite daughters play politics this month in a pair of new films. Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) is... More»

11/30/2016

  As a rule, Left Coasters don’t spend a whole lot of time being envious of New Yorkers. But there’s no getting around Hamilton... More»

11/8/2016

  You know that open-concept co-working space where web millionaires are busy upscaling, iterating, and crushing their world-disrupting apps?... More»

11/4/2016

  Take a second to let the relevant fact embedded in the title of Dana Carvey’s new Netflix stand-up special, ... More»