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PizzaHacker’s New Bagel Pop-up Is a California-Morocco Mashup
Luke Tsai | April 20, 2018

 

If you're the kind of purist who gives the side-eye to the mere idea of, say, a blueberry bagel, you might be downright scandalized by a...

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A North Beach Pop-up Steps In to Rescue a Fire-Ravaged Block
Luke Tsai | April 20, 2018

 

Nick Floulis was waiting for a delivery inside his soon-to-open North Beach restaurant, Lillie Coit’s, on St. Patrick’s Day when he saw wisps of smoke...

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The Enfant Terrible Meets Some Terrible Infants: Julian Schnabel at the Legion
Ian A. Stewart | April 19, 2018

At one point in the very early going of Thursday morning’s press preview at the Legion of Honor for ...

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Doniga and the Lion
Laura Fraser | April 19, 2018

Editor’s Note: This is one of many stories about our relationship with the natural world, which San Francisco is publishing over the next month as part of the May 2018 Great Outdoors Issue. To read...

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The Great Outdoors Issue
San Francisco magazine | April 19, 2018

The Great City Campout
How to pull off a stress-free stay at the one and only campground in San Francisco. By Erin Feher 

City Camping Cheat Sheet
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Is Mark Leno’s Mayoral Campaign Doomed?
Scott Lucas | April 18, 2018

It’s a sunny spring afternoon in the Castro, and Harvey Milk is smiling down on Mark Leno. From the second-story window of Milk’s former camera shop—now the San Francisco...

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Biographer T.J. Stiles Picks Three Can’t-Miss Events at the Bay Area Book Festival
Ian A. Stewart | April 18, 2018

 

Load up your canvas totes: This month the Bay Area Book Festival...

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A Green House Divided
Scott Lucas | April 17, 2018

 

“This is a bad bill, and bad bills get killed.”

Kathryn Phillips did not mince words when she visited the Sacramento office of San Francisco state senator Scott Wiener one day...

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To Hell and Back at the Asian Art Museum
Scott Lucas | April 17, 2018

When Sam Bercholz’s plane arrived at Palm Springs International Airport in 2007, he had no idea what his ultimate destination would be: hell. Bercholz, the SoCal-based cofounder of Shambhala...

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Space-Hungry Bay Area Homeowners Are Hiding Entire ‘Iceberg Homes’ Underground
Candace Jackson | April 16, 2018

Editor's note: Take a look inside ...

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Inside Four Subterranean Iceberg Homes Across the Bay Area
Candace Jackson | April 16, 2018

Editor's note: Read more about the iceberg home trend ...

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So You Want to Build an Iceberg Home: A FAQ
Candace Jackson | April 16, 2018

Editor's note: Read more about the iceberg home trend ...

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