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5/24/2012

When it comes to transportation, it’s hard to be an eco-purist in San Francisco. Who wants to bike up all those hills? Luckily, the popularity of... More»

5/21/2012

ON A RECENT AFTERNOON, A THIN, BROWN-HAIRED MAN WALKS SLOWLY OUT THE DOOR OF THE AMBASSADOR Hotel in the Tenderloin and... More»

5/18/2012

With shares starting at $38, some are forecasting it to be the largest stock offering in U.S. history–others predict a flop of epic, bubble-bursting... More»

5/16/2012

They’re cofounders of the Breakthrough Institute, a think tank in Oakland devoted to environmental issues, and their challenges to conventional wisdom... More»

5/16/2012

Yes, it feels like 1999 all over again. But will the newly minted millionaires from Zynga, LinkedIn, Yelp, and Facebook burn through their... More»

4/27/2012

In March, the city doubled its alleys from two to four when Lucky Strike opened across from AT&T Park and Mission Bowling Club... More»

4/23/2012

Kauai, the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain, is the most resistant to tired tropical tropes. Though a traveler can get lei’d and fed at a kitschy... More»

4/19/2012

Forget the brilliant script and acclaimed supporting cast; here’s guessing that George Clooney took the role in The Descendants so he could... More»

4/18/2012

For parents, the get-away-from-it-all tropical fantasy—days spent sunning, snorkeling, romancing, sleeping, repeat—is really a fantasy... More»

4/18/2012

Jean Paul Gaultier is all goofy grin, loosened tie, and sexily mussed collar as he strides into the VIP lounge of the launch... More»

4/17/2012

Zen masters would do well to send their students to Hana—and advise them to stay a few days. Most people experience this unspoiled... More»

4/17/2012

A Big Island resident chuckled as he told me the story of a surfer who came to visit because he wanted to ride the waves where the lava flows into... More»