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A Different Kind of Koreatown
Luke Tsai | December 11, 2018

When Noah Cho first thought about relocating from SoCal to the Bay Area a little over 10 years ago, the biggest deterrent didn’t have anything to do with weather or beaches or the cost of living. The...

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Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming Soon
Luke Tsai | December 10, 2018

 

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Part of a major reboot for the California Hotel affordable housing complex,...

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Maternal Instincts
Flora Tsapovsky | December 5, 2018

 

Mother-of-one Katie Hintz-Zambrano is working the room. She floats from group to group at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture in a hand-painted dress, mingling with friends and soon-to-be friends. Today is...

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A Respite, Revisited
Lindsey J. Smith | December 5, 2018

 

An idealization of enviro-friendly NorCal living, the Sea Ranch has long held a special place in the Bay Area’s consciousness. Its loose, windswept assemblage of striking yet modest homes, camouflaged...

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A New Cafe in Berkeley Serves California's Original Cuisine
Luke Tsai | November 30, 2018

 

If you went to grade school in the Bay Area, you probably spent the better part of a year learning about the Ohlone people—about...

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Exit Interview: George Gascón
Jessica Pishko | November 29, 2018

 

There are two District Attorney George Gascóns in the eyes of San Franciscans. One is the progressive reformer who brought his prosecutors into San Quentin State Prison to speak with...

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Suburban Oasis
Lydia Lee | November 28, 2018

 

The secluded property in lower Hillsborough, a flat acre lot ringed by redwoods, was exactly what Dmitri and Heidi Krakovsky were looking for. The house itself, not so much. The split-level ranch,...

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Feeling The Heat
Luke Tsai | November 26, 2018

 

It wasn’t so many years ago that an immersion circulator seemed like the pinnacle of modern high-tech gastronomy—the kind of precise, scientific cooking gadget used only at the most forward-thinking fine-dining...

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'We Believe in Due Process.'
Ahalya Srikant | November 24, 2018

 

This is "Think Tank," an occasional series of conversations with Bay Area...

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10 Easy to Find Wines and Pairings for your Thanksgiving Feast
Ian White | November 20, 2018

 

It’s almost Thanksgiving and you know what you’re eating, but how on earth will you make time to pick great wines, pair them, and then go...

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She's More Than Just Kamala Harris's Niece
Vivian Ho | November 19, 2018

 

Women contain multitudes, as the saying (sort of) goes, and phenomenal women contain more than most. Ask Meena Harris, founder of the Phenomenal Woman Action...

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The Big Review: Joshua Skenes's Angler
Josh Sens | November 19, 2018

 

On a busy stretch of the Embarcadero, outside the ample space that once housed Chaya, time-warp rock tunes pump into the evening air, the Cars giving way to Huey Lewis and...

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