Profiles

Sheryl Sandberg Is Not in Control

The Facebook COO on navigating a new book, a new life, and a falling-out with her followers. Read More »

News and Features

The Urchin Sucker

In Fort Bragg, one obsessed diver is trying to save the kelp forests by hoovering up purple urchins—one at a time. Read More »

Galleries and Performance

Aural Pleasure: The Curran’s Latest, ‘The Encounter,’ Is a Sonic Brainscramble

A one-man play at the Curran Theater sends the audience into an altered reality with tricks of sound. Read More »

Fashion

A Moment in Time

Bottega Veneta celebrates its 50th anniversary with the reissue of the Lauren bag—first seen on the legendary model-cum-actress in American Gigolo. Read More »

News and Features

This Is Your National Forest on Drugs

Riding along with the armed scientists and Forest Service commandos who hunt down California’s toxic pot grows. Read More »

News and Features

Season of the Switch

The good news: After five years of historic drought, California is awash in water again. The bad news: Schizophrenic weather is going to be our new normal. Read More »

Shopping

Vacation Vibes

What's in store this season at Luisa Spagnoli. Read More »

News and Features

One Million Three Hundred and Twenty-One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-Two

That's the number of acres set aside for open space in the Bay Area—the most comprehensive land-conservation effort in the United States. And more is on the way. Read More »

Neighborhoods

How to Make the Great Highway Great Again

New designs for an old, sandy, crumbling-into-the-sea roadway. Read More »

News and Features

Showdown at the Edge of the Continent

Environmentalists, ranchers, hikers, tule elk, and red-legged frogs fight for a permanent place in Point Reyes National Seashore. Read More »

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