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11/23/2010

It was mid-August in the freakishly cool summer of 2010, and along parts of the Sonoma Coast, only a handful of days in the previous three months had seen... More»

11/18/2010

The lights dim, and the audience—every angel investor and VC partner of note in the Bay Area (i.e., the universe)—falls silent. For a second or... More»

10/22/2010

It’s 5:45 in the afternoon. As usual, the line is out the door at Tartine Bakery, a café in the heart of “the Gastro,” as the... More»

8/24/2010

3:22 a.m. Wake up and fixate on what to pair with that gray Rag & Bone minidress in your Polyvore set. Maybe an Alexander Wang leather... More»

5/24/2010

Over the past few months, I’ve spent a lot of time at Starbucks and Peet’s, talking with men and women who used to have stable... More»

4/23/2010

Three years ago, at a two-day retreat in the Presidio, San Francisco architect Craig Hartman appeared before a crowd of urban-planning types at a... More»

3/19/2010

The earthquake rips through the streets, swallowing trees and cars and people—everything except John Cusack and his family. Cusack, of course,... More»

12/18/2009

A few months back, I found myself in the emergency room at San Francisco General Hospital, doubled over in pain but strangely euphoric. The morphine... More»

11/19/2009

The Thug and Ed Lee...Today's Chron (11/2/11) breaks a big story concerning former CitiApartments strongman Andrew Hawkins and an... More»

5/18/2009

ALBANY, CA—In case you haven’t heard, these are desperate times in the news business. But if you live in Albany, the past 18 months have... More»

11/18/2008

In the 11 months since Casey Brooks killed herself, I’ve spent a lot of time on her... More»