Eating Pop Rocks with S.F. Mayor Ed Lee

When the Bay Bridge went ablaze with 25,000 LED lights On March 5, San Francisco’s other bridge became, at 1.8 miles wide and 500 feet high, the world’s largest LED light sculpture. For whatever that’s worth. What really matters is what the mayor was drinking when the switch went on. And we happened to find out. [...]

Through A City Darkly

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Artist Jeremy Mann’s Urban Realism at The Christopher Hill Gallery Perched above St. Helena’s quaint Main Street, The Christopher Hill Gallery has, for ten years, served as an oasis. For urban expats craving contemporary, international art and intelligent conversation, Hill’s gallery on the second floor (above a shop that somewhat inexplicably sells exclusively Kokopelli jewelry) [...]

Reasons To Reconsider: Barrel-Aged Cocktails at Presidio Social Club

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It seemed like another ridiculous cocktail fad. Oh, now we’re aging cocktails. In wine barrels. Great. Aging something that has already been aged. You could hear the eyes rolling. What ever will these “mixologists” think of next? The particular mixologist credited with starting this fad is from Portland, Oregon (of course, he is). Jeffrey Morgenthaler, [...]

Somms in the City

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San Francisco Sommeliers Settle the Score with Robert Parker