Post Tagged with: “San Francisco”

Please Join Us For Breakfast And Conversation: Breaking The Technology Glass Ceiling

Please Join Us For Breakfast And Conversation: Breaking The Technology Glass Ceiling

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Silicon Valley and San Francisco lawyers of DLA Piper’s Leadership Alliance for Women (LAW) invite you to a breakfast featuring a panel of prominent women leaders in the technology industry. The panelists will discuss their work toward changing the industry’s gender disparity – the under-representation of women in technology-related academia, entrepreneurship, venture capitalism […]

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Inside The Valentino Store Opening

Inside The Valentino Store Opening

The illustrious house of Valentino teamed up with San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) to inaugurate San Francisco as a style destination and cultural Mecca by hosting an evening filled with art and fashion. The event took place at the opulent multi-level store on 105 Grant Street where Valentino USA President Wendy Kahn, along with the SFMOMA’s Modern Ball […]

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Awareness Accomplished. Now Let’s Actually Do Something About San Francisco’s Housing Problem

Awareness Accomplished. Now Let’s Actually Do Something About San Francisco’s Housing Problem

Awareness accomplished. Now let’s actually do something about San Francisco’s housing problem (via Pando Daily) By Sarah Lacy On January 8, 2014 More than a year ago, Farhad Manjoo wrote a post titled “San Francisco can become a world capital. First it needs to get over itself.” It couldn’t have been more prescient. In it, he discussed the growing anger… […]

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San Francisco Bay Area Gearing Up For Bike Sharing Program

San Francisco Bay Area Gearing Up For Bike Sharing Program

San Francisco Bay Area Gears Up for Bike Sharing (via Environment News Service) SAN FRANCISCO, California, August 13, 2013 (ENS) – The Bay Area Bike Share pilot program will go live on August 29 with 700 bikes at 70 stations in five cities – San Francisco, Redwood City, Palo Alto, Mountain View and San Jose. The first regional…

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Impromptu Piano Recitals On Bernal Heights In San Francisco

Photo by Todd Iceton

According to my social media connections, someone left a piano on one of the hills that make up the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco about a week to ten days ago.  This is what happens in San Francisco when you leave a musical instrument lying about.     Free outdoor concert with random piano man!       And […]

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Lipstick & Politics Hosts Sexuality Conversation Followed by Coed Party

Lipstick & Politics Hosts Sexuality Conversation Followed by Coed Party

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 30th, 2012) – Lipstick and Politics is inviting Bay Area women to a ladies-only conversation entitled, “Sexual Intelligence and the Politics of Sex.”  This discussion is intended to fill a need for thoughtful dialogue about sex in a comfortable and supportive environment. Prominent Bay Area sexologists will help lead the discussion along with Lipstick […]

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POTUS Fundraising in San Francisco

POTUS Fundraising in San Francisco

Looks like a packed day for the president. With such a hectic schedule, fundraising looks like it could be a full time job! Most of the events the President is attending are closed events with the exception of the campaign event at San Francisco Intercontinental Hotel. If you’re willing to shell out the hefty $38,000 for dinner with the president, you […]

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Occupy Oakland General Strike: A Firsthand Perspective

Occupy Oakland General Strike:  A Firsthand Perspective

Yesterday, I marched with the Occupy protesters participating in the general strike in Oakland.  My experience was quite positive.  The marchers were peaceful and, though the movement is rooted in a deep dissatisfaction with the forces guiding the organization of American society, the protesters seemed optimistic in their solidarity, rather than angry or violent. The events of the day were […]

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TEA-rrific. Equestrian Tea Shop in San Francisco

TEA-rrific. Equestrian Tea Shop in San Francisco

I’ll wait for you to stop groaning at the bad pun in my headline before I continue in 3…2…1…. I rarely get time alone with my mom.  Usually I see her during a holiday or at some event where other family members or friends are present. She lives in Iowa and I see her a few times a year at […]

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Not-So-Happy-Meals

Not-So-Happy-Meals

Oh, San Francisco. I knew it as soon as I heard the CNN teaser. “And coming up, one American city is banning Happy Meals…” I didn’t even need to watch the story to know which city was banning kids’ meals. No one does over-legislation like SF. Now, I know there is a childhood obesity epidemic in this country. I agree […]

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I’m Thankful For….

I’m Thankful For….

“I’m Thankful for Mom and Dad,” said one younger cousin. “I’m Thankful for Mom and Dad,” echoed her sister.  “Katrina, what are you thankful for?” asked my grandmother. “Nothin’,” I pouted. My poor grandma. She was just trying to get her older grandchildren to think about what we  appreciated in our lives before the family said a perfunctory grace and […]

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