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  • Bay Area native Erica Tanov is the owner of three boutiques in Berkeley, Larkspur and Los Angeles

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    Meet a Force of Nature in Fashion

    Bay Area native Erica Tanov is the owner of three boutiques in Berkeley, Larkspur and Los Angeles

    Mention the words “fashion” and “textiles” in a continuous sentence in the Bay Area, and a single name tops the list: Erica Tanov. On a shoestring budget of her own savings in 1990, the designer began working on seamed slips and chemises with antique buttons …

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  • Drop by Lizzie's Starlight the next time you want to paint the town red

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    Visit San Francisco’s Newest Hotspot

    Drop by Lizzie's Starlight the next time you want to paint the town red

    Hovering above Union Square (think: 360-degree city views) in the Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel, Lizzie’s Starlight is a new city staple. Formerly known as the Starlight Room, the 4,100-square-foot reinvented restaurant and dancing venue is layered with wrought iron and crystal chandeliers and artwork …

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  • For Fraise, when looking for unique finds, the sky's the limit

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    Interior Designer Jeannie Fraise Scours The World

    For Fraise, when looking for unique finds, the sky's the limit

    Interior designer Jeannie Fraise, founder of Lotus Bleu Interior Design Studio and the just-launched Lotus Bleu Market by Jeannie Fraise, travels to such far-flung locations as Turkey, Ethiopia, Oaxaca, and Morocco to source hard-to-find wares for her new 350-square-foot bazaar, situated within her apartment-like Potrero …

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  • This San Francisco–based artist creates serene yet elaborate masterpieces from an everyday and unexpected material

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    Meet Experimental Artist Zai Divecha

    This San Francisco–based artist creates serene yet elaborate masterpieces from an everyday and unexpected material

    When paper sculptor Zai Divecha isn’t in her studio in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, she’s carefully analyzing and deconstructing bathroom tiles, intricate metal screens, peeling tree bark, and the shapes and shadows in clouds. “I love anything with patterns, and I snap photos of patterns …

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  • The West Marin latest addition is the perfect getaway

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    Why The Olema House is Your Next Destination

    The West Marin latest addition is the perfect getaway

    Set along a storybook creek near downtown Point Reyes Station, rustic-meets-glam Olema House is West Marin’s latest gem. Built in 1988, the revamped woodsy roadside hideaway—situated on four private acres, with bucolic lawns, gardens, and a reconceived 19th-century restaurant and bar named Due West—features 24 guest …

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  • Co-founder of several restaurants, Anna Weinberg is taking over the culinary world

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    Get to Know San Francisco’s Thriving Restaurateur

    Co-founder of several restaurants, Anna Weinberg is taking over the culinary world

    The owner and managing partner of Big Night Restaurant Group thrives on pulling off the unthinkable. “I still get such a kick out of it when somebody gets engaged in one of our restaurants,” says Weinberg, whose seven San Francisco establishments include Marlowe, The Cavalier, Park …

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