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SFMOMA Presents Private Collectors’ Pieces And Unconventional Tours

May. 25, 2016
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Following a three-year renovation, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened as the largest contemporary art museum in America, with thousands of newly acquired works filling triple the original gallery space. To engage visitors on a whole new level, SFMOMA teamed up with Apple and Detour to develop digital tours offering diverse experiences, from philosophical and… Read more

First Ever Le Dîner En Blanc Heading To San Francisco In 2016

Apr. 27, 2016
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A semi-secret, invite-only affair, with wait lists as long as 30,000 people in some cities, is coming to San Francisco. The annual Le Dîner en Blanc, French for “The Dinner in White,” is an alfresco pop-up dining experience orchestrated by grassroots organizers and held in a public location revealed only hours before the soirée. Like… Read more

The Palace Hotel In San Francisco Undergoes A Revival Fit For A King

Oct. 7, 2015
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San Francisco’s historic landmark Palace Hotel is back in business after an extensive renovation that epitomizes its grandeur and opulence from 1875 while infusing all the luxuries and conveniences of today. The restoration, led by Beatrice Girelli of Indidesign, left no detail overlooked to accommodate a posh and pampering visit. From the refined guest suites… Read more

Pier 24: The Hidden Photography Exhibit In San Francisco

May. 12, 2015
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A nondescript warehouse. A door guarded by a single, lonely buzzer. No other visual acknowledgments to hint that, between the walls of the building at Pier 24 in San Francisco, lies one of the largest private collections, square footage wise, of photographic art in The United States. A visit makes one feel like he or… Read more

A Tale of Two City Squares: SF’s Union Square & LA’s Pershing Square

Aug. 27, 2013
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They both were founded in the mid-1800s and are located smack dab in the middle of the commercial heart of their respective downtowns, yet San Francisco’s Union Square and Los Angeles’ Pershing Square are worlds apart when it comes to their current status as public spaces. The former is the attractive centerpiece of one of… Read more

Green Design: San Francisco Giants To Plant Edible Garden At AT&T Park

Aug. 21, 2013
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Purists of the ballpark concessions can still secure their peanuts and Cracker Jack, yet there is a new component entering the lineup for the San Francisco Giants: an edible food garden starting behind center-field. The 3,000 square foot organic “Giants Garden” is slated to open next season at AT&T Park in San Francisco, the first… Read more

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop: LA To San Francisco In 30 Minutes

Aug. 14, 2013
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Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, has unveiled his widely anticipated Hyperloop concept. On Monday, August 12, Musk let the world know that he intends to make it possible to travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes. The Hyperloop is a solar-powered train in pod system that would allow passengers… Read more

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