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Enjoy a bit of magic, humor, intrigue and enlightenment this month. JULY 9 The Lies I Tell New York Times best-selling author Julie Clark commemorates her just-released novel, The Lies I Tell, a thriller about two 30-something women out for r…

Maybeck’s 3213 Scott Street, San Francisco | maybecks.com Chef-owner Aaron Toensing recently reopened Maybeck’s and brought on board longtime friends Lori Baker and Je…

RH San Francisco 590 20th Street, San Francisco | rh.com At Pier 70, the behemoth on the corner of 20th and Illinois Streets has officially opened its grand doors as R…

After a two-year hiatus, a popular homegrown fair returns. In 2006, when Jamie Alexander stepped through the doors of Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair, he was s…

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The best big-wave surfer on the U.S. mainland, San Francisco’s Bianca Valenti is the first to admit she’s competitive. “Mostly with myself,” she wrote in a blog post on her website...

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With crypto’s turbulence, what are the builders of a new industry working on at Shack15? Let’s take a tour. Cryptocurrency prices took a nosedive in May, confirming th…

The biggest acquisitions in Silicon Valley these days aren’t about AI or VR — but real estate. San Jose leaders have big plans to turn Diridon Station into the “Grand …

Jennifer Egan’s latest is a smart, funny take on technology. “Nothing is free!” Jennifer Egan warns in The Candy House, the long-awaited sequel to her Pulitzer Prize–w…