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A Blissful Winery Wedding in Sonoma

Originally a Long Island boy, Mike met North Carolina girl Terri while in college. The couple knew they had something special when they were both late for their first date because they were listening to the same NPR story outside of the restaurant.

Oakland Eats: Sausage Fest and a New Off The Grid

It's all happening in Oakland this week, with a new weekly installment of Off The Grid, and a destination-worthy spot for sausages and beers in Fruitvale. 

Score Tickets to Music From the Movies With the SF Symphony

Movies are great and all, but sometimes you want to move your culture meter up a notch. This July, the San Francisco Symphony brings music from your favorite movies to life in their performance with the the multi-talented actor, singer, and songwriter Cheyenne Jackson.

7 Things You Never Knew Were Invented in Oakland

While San Francisco and Berkeley have long been lauded for their contributions to pop culture via food (Irish coffee and It's-It) and science (16 elements and counting), it's time Oakland gets its due. Here are seven things, invented in The Town, that your life would suck without. You're welcome. 

Scenes of the City: The New SoMa West Skate Park

For this week's Scenes of the City we stopped by the newest park in the city—SoMa West Skate Park and Dog Play area.

Rare Device Comes To Noe, Crossroads Now Lets You Sell By Mail

Bringing you the latest in retail therapy around the Bay Area.

Property Porn: A Double-Decker Yerba Buena Loft for $1.3M

You better hurry--according to RedFin, there's an 80% chance this rare two-floor Yerba Buena loft  will be snatched up in just over a week. 

Abbot’s Cellar Sells Rare Beer From Personal Stash

Abbot's Cellar food and beer

If you’ve ever considered collecting bottles of fine beer and storing them till they’re aged to perfection, Christian Albertson, co-owner of The Monk’s Kettle and The Abbot’s Cellar, has saved you time, trouble, and expense. 

CurATE: Quince Launches an Art-Inspired Pop-Up Series During Rennovations

When Quince shutters later this month for a makeover — both the space and the menu at the two-star Michelin joint will undergo changes from July 30 to August 30 — chef Michael Tusk and the gang will take part in a series of pop-ups called curATE

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