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Culture, Summer Guide Summer Guide 2013: Great Bike Rides

Summer Guide 2013: Great Bike Rides

Marin Brewing Day Trip Ride out over the Golden Gate and down into Sausalito. Go north out of town to find the Sausalito-Tiburon bike path, and take a left on Blithedalve Avenue. Turn right on Camino Alto, and ride the…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Day Tripping Across the Bay by Bike: A Starter Course

Day Tripping Across the Bay by Bike: A Starter Course

Welcome to The Spokesman, our bi-monthly bicycle column written by French Clements, a San Francisco resident and distance cyclist who considers it pretty routine to ride his bike to Marin County or San Jose and back. He belongs to a…
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News, The Snitch

Fugitives No More -- Rebecca and Terry Solomon Arrested in Philippines

It appears that life on the lam has come to an end for our favorite Tiburon socialites-turned-fugitives, Rebecca and Terry Solomon. The couple, wanted by U.S. authorities for allegedly bilking some $20 million from Bay Area investors, was arrested in…
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News, Feature Take the Money and Run

Take the Money and Run

Atop one of the tallest points in Tiburon stands a house that could be dubbed Hearst Castle North. Slender stone columns guard the front door of the 14,000-square-foot mansion, its tawny exterior accented by white-frame windows that look upon the…
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Culture, Books Speechless

Speechless

We start our lives looking at books with no words. Before we can read, at just a few months old, we like the feel of a book in our hands (or our mouths), enjoy flipping the pages and watching the…
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Calendar, Sports/Outdoors Anchors Away

Anchors Away

The summer solstice conjures up images of Mother Earth types dancing around barefoot in Golden Gate Park. But for Bay Area sailors, the longest weekend days of the year are an excuse to “sail locally, celebrate globally” at the fifth…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Free Sightseeing

Paradise Drive, Tiburon There's a reason that most of the multimillionaires in the Bay Area live in Tiburon: It's breathtaking. While all the tourists jam Sausalito, lesser-known Tiburon is a destination for local residents in the know. It's got a…
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Calendar, Sports/Outdoors Switched On

Switched On

SAT 12/6 You'd think Santa would be pretty busy with his big day coming up. But it's a whole new millennium, and the jolly old guy is probably kicking back on his schooner while he outsources his list-making to a…
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Dining, Eat Calm Waters

Calm Waters

There are several time-honored rules of thumb the restaurantgoer picks up over the course of a gastrointestinal lifetime, warning signs to heed as one plans an evening of wining and dining. Namely: Avoid restaurants with a really great view. Avoid…
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Dining, Eat

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Man Who Came to Dinner will visit all kinds of interesting people in the Bay Area -- as long as they cook him a meal. Dining with Sarah and Vinnie, of Radio Alice morning show fame, is a bit…
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