wear this there: the cold pressed juicery.

we’ve long been looking for our very own emerald green city, and it’s possible that amsterdam’s coolest juice bar, the cold pressed juicery, is the urban version. just as fortuitous as the one in Oz, this little stop in is brimming with good juices and enough eye candy to curb your hunger. a minimalist meets statement makers dream come true, we would wear... 
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let there be lights!

one of the things i miss most about living in san francisco, are the bridges and the way they make the city truly unique — connecting san francisco to the ‘mainland’, i can attest that driving across them never gets old. the bay bridge has been refurbished and with that industrious restoration, it’s been reborn. it’s also being re-lit —... 
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luxe pins.

things i like about spring: bike rides, planning my garden, diy projects, and making all the recipes that i’ve been pinning. here are this week’s finds — artisan wooden bowls by Wind & Willow (no. 1), knitting patterns designed by hannah fettig (no. 2), bicycles by creme cycle (no. 3), recycled wood numbers made from old fishing boats (no. 4), raspberry &... 
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flavor of the month.

Public bikes has just produced a special, limited run of new bikes in some pretty fantastic colors! There’s Grapefruit, Blueberry, Lemon Drop, Salted Caramel, Pistachio — I’m talking wheels here people, not ice cream flavors, but they’re just as delicious! And, they’re giving sfgirlbybay readers who purchase any PUBLIC bike, a free PUBLIC basket... 
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one of a kind auction.

in the market for a new bike? how about a one-of-a-kind bike that supports some great causes? the folks at public bikes are auctioning nine ‘One of a Kind’ PUBLIC bikes. These nine bikes are one of a kind because they are the only PUBLIC bikes in the world with these colors. and, they’re donating 10% of the proceeds from this auction to support three worthwhile... 
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