beklina: a $500 giveaway.


this is my kinda giveaway! i’ve long been a fan of beklina’s beautiful home collections. Beklina is a tightly curated edit of strong thinkers and artists in the fashion and art community, and they’ve just celebrated their 10 year anniversary! their colorful rugs, baskets, pillows are gorgeous, and the clothing and accessories are top notch, too. to celebrate... 
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spotted sf: barzotto.

spotted sf: barzotto / sfgirlbybay

Hello – Leslie from Spotted SF here. Allow me to introduce you to the newest dining spot in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood: Barzotto. Brought to you by Marko Sotto, veteran restaurant operator, and Michelle Minori, former executive sous chef of Thomas McNaughton’s Ne Timeas restaurant group (Flour + Water, Salumeria, Aatxe), Barzotto introduces fresh and... 
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Studio Tour: Artist Emily Snyder.


today we’re dropping in on talented L.A.-based multi-media artist emily Snyder. i was introduced to emily a few weeks ago at our neighborhood coffee spot, fix, by jihan (who essentially knows everyone) and was excited to get home and check out emily’s website. and to be quite honest, it blew me away — this artist is so prolific it’s hard to know... 
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diego, the pop up shoe shop.


hey, hey — look who’s coming to town! and traveling in the cutest little vintage trailer named diego, i might add. it’s FRĒDA SALVADOR, those gorgeous shoes handmade in Spain from Spanish + Italian leathers. they’ve left their san francisco flagship store and hit the road in their newly renovated pop-up trailer, traveling around down south —... 
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a visit to sacramento.


hi everyone, maia mcdonald from Bitte here, dropping in to share my new hometown, Sacramento. One of my favorite things about moving to a new city is being able to explore and uncover all the local gems. The places you can’t find anywhere else, the small shops, restaurants, artists and makers that make a place unique. Since moving to Sacramento a little over a year ago to... 
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