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What One Family Lost in the Fires
Susan Kinkead | November 16, 2017


This is one of many stories about the North Bay fires published in the December issue of San Francisco. To read the rest, click ...

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Front Burner: New Restaurants Coming Soon
Luke Tsai | November 16, 2017


Nyum Bai
Oakland
ETA: Early 2018
Nite Yun’s erstwhile Cambodian pop-up turned mall-kiosk noodle shop will soon enter its next phase, as a...

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Five Upcoming Wine Country Fire Fundraisers
Ian Devereux White | November 15, 2017

 

Five weeks after the North Bay fires, millions have been raised for recovery efforts. Last week alone,...

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The Fire Birds
Laura Rena Murray | November 15, 2017

 

This is one of many stories about the North Bay fires published in the December issue of San Francisco. To read the rest, click here.

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Like Mother, Sort of Like Son
Joanne Furio | November 15, 2017

 

By his own admission, there’s nothing special about Nion McEvoy’s shingled two-story home in Jordan Park, a neighborhood so understated it’s not sure if it’s Laurel Heights or the Inner...

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The Fire Birds
Laura Rena Murray | November 14, 2017

 

As thousands of headlights streamed westbound on College Avenue in Santa Rosa to escape the fire that would eventually destroy more than 100,000 acres in Sonoma County, Yvonne Motherwell and her husband hurtled east...

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Paradise Lost: How a Tiny Sonoma Winery Became a Symbol of Resilience
Jon Steinberg | November 14, 2017

 

This is one of many stories about the North Bay fires published in the December issue of San Francisco. To read the rest, click...

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Ten Stories of Evacuees from the North Bay Fires
Ahalya Srikant and Kelsey Lannin | November 14, 2017

 

This is one of many stories about the North Bay fires published in the December issue of San Francisco. To read the rest, click...

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Notes on a Firestorm
San Francisco magazine | November 13, 2017

 

245,000 acres burned. 90,000 displaced. 43 dead. The wildfires that ripped through the North Bay left deep scars on the Bay Area—the severity of which may not become totally clear for years. They exposed economic...

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How the North Bay Fires Tore Down Our Illusions About Wine Country
Jon Bonné | November 13, 2017

 

This is one of many stories about the North Bay fires published in the December issue of San Francisco. To read the rest, click...

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Three New Restaurants to Try Now
Josh Sens & Luke Tsai | November 13, 2017

 

Ippudo
Berkeley
In this age of instant gratification, what explains our willingness to wait so long for ramen? An openness to cults is part of the answer...

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'Another Glass Ceiling Has Been Broken'
Ahalya Srikant | November 10, 2017

 

On November 7, Democrat Lisa Middleton was elected to the city council in Palm Springs, becoming the first open transgender woman to hold the position in any city in California...

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