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Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

Voyage of Discovery with Iceland Pro Cruises

The vast rugged landscapes, natural beauty and colorful stories of the Vikings and mythical creatures, have fueled the world’s fascination with Iceland. With the success of Game of Thrones, this lava-sculpted island, roughly the size of Cuba, is now more than ever in the spotlight as a tourism destination. Iceland’s power to fuel fantasy is

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

HAND CRAFTED HYBRID ENDURANCE BICYCLE

Portland, Oregon once again proves it can out-hipster anything. No, it’s not a pickled tree with a bird on it. Renovo has been an unwavering champion of the wood-framed bicycle. The Aerowood is a smooth ride, easily...

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Tips for Traveling with Jewelry

Part of my job as a personal wardrobe stylist is packing my clients for trips. I seem to be doing a lot of this lately, and when it comes to the jewelry, there are quite a few...

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

A Perfect 24 hours in Bodega Bay

Across the Golden Gate Bridge and past the winding roads through meadows of green grass on Highway 1, you will soon land in the enchanting town of Bodega Bay. This quaint destination lends itself to a truly...

Monday, May 1st, 2017

Film Review: The Man With A Movie Camera + DeVotchKa

Get off your couch, fellow potatoes. Go to the cinema, sit with real people not staring at their phone (much). Picture this… watching “The Man With A Movie Camera”, at the beautiful Castro Theatre, accompanied by the...

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Film Review: Tania Libre

RESISTANCE NOW ! Lynn Hershman Leeson takes nothing at face value. Her film, installation, and multimedia work highlight acts of courage against censorship and repression, unknown stories that have little chance of being told, if not for...

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

Bill Nye: Science Guy

Just in time for Earth Day, “Bill Nye: Science Guy” screened at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival. In this documentary, we go behind-the-scene to rocket launches, a giant creationist wood arc, a robot competition, and...

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