This year, the prestigious San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is upping its game with a strong sizzle factor.
The America’s Cup, the actual 4-foot-tall, 33-pound sterling-silver trophy on display at the show’s preview party on Wednesday, emphasizes the nautical theme of the event, which runs today through Sunday at Fort Mason Center. Read More
Fortune 40 Under 40: On Thursday at Zynga headquarters in The City, some 250 leaders, including many in the tech industry, turned out to acknowledge Fortune’s most influential people under 40 in business. Attendees included Mayor Ed Lee, Mark Pincus of Zynga, Tim Westergren of Pandora and Andrew Serwer of Fortune.
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The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, today through Sunday at Fort Mason Center, marks its third decade with the theme “hidden treasures,” inspired by the traditional 30th anniversary gift: the pearl. Read More
“Egyptomania” is spreading in San Francisco.
With the King Tut exhibit pulling in big crowds at the de Young Museum, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show has adopted an Egyptian theme, too.
The show, a benefit for Enterprise for High School Students running today through Sunday at Fort Mason Center, has exhibits, displays and interactive Egyptian features along with decorative and fine art from international dealers for sale. Read More