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Celebrating a brand new state-of-the-art school kitchen

The other day I enjoyed a truly delicious lunch with food from…

Maisie Peters takes her tunes from pubs to clubs

Young YouTube artist signs with major label

New releases expand the boundaries of traditional California-style chardonnay

Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape varietal in the United States…

Ocean research: The tiny hitchhiker’s guide to San Francisco Bay

Global shipping traffic in and out of San Francisco Bay continues, which means a higher risk of introducing more invasive species.

Preparing students for the digital world

We all know that being safe and successful in the digital world…

Jorge Argueta’s Caravan of Dreams

Over the past decade, Argueta, who is a poet and award-winning children’s author, has been returning to his home country with more frequency and purpose.

Gallivanting on the Ganges

A cruise along India’s sacred river a fascinating West Bengal adventure

Port is no longer just an after-dinner drink

We talked to Adrian Bridge, CEO of the Fladgate Partnership in Portugal, about the newer apertivo-style ports.

Healdsburg’s Passalacqua Winery takes a minimalist approach

Jason Passalacqua is a fourth generation winemaker in the Dry Creek Valley.

Don’t open the Achilles

The ruptured Achilles tendon heals beautifully when repaired. It just doesn’t need…

Copenhagen’s Noma alums create spirits with flavors—and names — like no other

“Lars and Mark were looking for a new way of expressing flavor and all the work they’d done in that (Noma) space for so many years.”

A new approach to testing

In SFUSD we realize the importance of using multiple methods to assist…

Holding onto summer with an Italian drink that got a little dirty

It’s a malleable recipe that invites improvisation, which leads us today to the Dirty Bicicletta.

California’s Long Meadow Ranch Live Fire Chef series showcases local food, wines

It is a location that reaps the benefits of the Long Meadow Ranch business model to source the finest organic wine and foods.

SFUSD celebrates Latinx Heritage Month

When you watch TV or read a book you might feel particularly…

Merlot month helps restore respect to a legend

Not all problems with merlot were caused by the “Sideways Effect.”

Into the SF urban wild with Lieutenant Ellie Sadler

On the verge of turning into the Bill Murray character in Caddyshack, I finally called the experts.

Identifying liability in an officer-involved accident

This week’s column focuses on a recent incident about which we have…

SFUSD alumni leading the Bay Area

The year 1979 was important for San Francisco. I graduated from high…

Birds, belugas and bears, oh my

Manitoba’s Winnipeg and Churchill region offer amazing cultural and sub-arctic wildlife experiences