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  1. Three Bar Crawls That Make the Most of the Bay's New Booze BeltRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 29 | San Francisco Magazine

    Quite simply, it's where to go to get a drink. Populated by cocktail wizards, upstart microbreweries, experimental distilleries, and odd little bottle shops stocked with rare and obscure spirits, the contiguous cities of Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda have become the center of the Bay Area's beverage scene over the last several years.


  2. The People vs. People's ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 28 | San Francisco Magazine

    It's a Friday during graduation season at UC Berkeley, but three blocks south of campus there are no caps and gowns, no proud parents, no picnicking grad students slapping grades on blue books in a flurry. Here in People's Park, it's chow time.


  3. This Podcast from a Chez Panisse Alum Feels Like the Best Kind of Dinner PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    What do you do with your extra free time after stepping away from the pinnacle of your profession? It's 2018, so naturally you...start a podcast. Or anyway, that's what Cal Peternell did when he left Chez Panisse last year after two decades as one of the restaurant's head chefs.


  4. Lift Every SaddleRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    The crowd at the Rowell Ranch Rodeo Grounds in Castro Valley. This year's rodeo takes place July 14 and 15. A survey taken at the 2017 event revealed that 90 percent of attendees had been there at least 10 times before.


  5. Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming SoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    Last Rites Duboce Triangle ETA: May 2018 This Polynesian-style rum bar from the folks behind Horsefeather aims to create, for better or for worse, "an experiential narrative of being marooned in a savage tropical jungle." There will be more than 150 rums on the back bar, and the decor will include a real airplane fuselage.


  6. Sorry, America, You're Doing Canadian Food WrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    Augie's Montreal Deli, a month-old West Berkeley sandwich shop, wears its Canadian pride with gusto. Hockey plays on three flat-screen TVs.


  7. A Double-Fried Defense of the Fried Chicken ChainRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    But if we're being honest, how many Bay Area establishments serve southern-style fried chicken that's as reliably enjoyable as Popeyes? And, to come straight to the point, how many of our local eateries serve Korean-style fried chicken that rivals the double-fried chicken wings of the South Korean chain Bonchon , which has dozens of franchises in the United States, mostly in Southern California and on the East Coast, and recently opened its first outlet in Berkeley? At this point, you've probably had some version of this sticky-glazed fried chicken, which some American publications have dubbed "the other KFC."


  8. The Granny WhisperersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | San Francisco Magazine

    Baran Studio Architecture Matt Baran is one of many Bay Area architects fielding more requests for ADUs lately, with six in various stages of development today. His Oaklandbased firm is working on prototypes for customers to help keep design costs down.


  9. 81 Ways to Locate Happiness During the Bleakest of DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    Fires. Hurricanes. Shootings. Trump. It's been a massive bummer of a year. But, despite it all, Bay Areans found their happy place.


  10. Rewiring the Democratic Brain With George LakoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    On MSNBC's The Beat, George Lakoff explained Trump's mastery of "preemptive framing" and why the argumentative Democratic response only strengthens it. "Democrats are basically science deniers," George Lakoff says.


  11. Hope's NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    In dark times like these , it's a good idea to follow the advice of Mr. Rogers and "look for the helpers." Fortunately, in the Bay Area, we're blessed with a multitude of them: cleantech innovators, criminal justice reformers, LGBTQ rights leaders, grassroots phone bankers, philanthropic thinkers, immigrant defenders.


  12. 'The Answer to Hateful Speech Is More Speech'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    As we're speaking, we're just a few weeks out from Milo Yiannopoulos's aborted Free Speech Week on campus. What did you learn from that experience? Carol Christ: Well, let me talk about the two free speech events that we had, because I think the contrasts between them are instructive.


  13. Heil to California!: a Uc Berkeley Course Catalog From an Alternate Alt-Right UniverseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    Note to students: Welcome to the Spring 2018 semester at the Andrew Breitbart Memorial Campus of the Patriotic American University of California, Berkeley , formerly known as the University of California, Berkeley. As you know, following Great Patriot Milo Yiannopoulos's totally successful and not-at-all embarrassing Free Speech Week in September, the MAGA Revolution has taken hold of this formerly cucked university.


  14. Totally Uncool Berkeley Police Seize Almost 700 Pounds of Magic MushroomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    Berkeley police seized more than $1 million in psychedelic mushrooms on Saturday night, according to a totally lame report in Berkeleyside , The mushrooms were discovered in a house on Alcatraz Avenue, near King Street, in South Berkeley, after police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the residence. Upon arrival, the couple "initially refused to open the door," a totally-understandable reaction, given that when police did enter, they discovered 677 pounds of psilocybin mushrooms in various stages of growth, storage, and distribution.


  15. New Film 'The Force' Takes an Unflinching Look Inside the Oakland Police DepartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2017 | San Francisco Magazine

    The dash-cam video is over in less than a minute: A police cruiser pulls into a driveway, and an officer yells at the driver of a parked white pickup to stop and put his hands up, or he'll shoot. A black man hops out of the truck.


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