May Day is a holiday for the 99 percent. It is a day for people to come together, across all those lines which too often divide us -- race, class, gender, religion -- and challenge the systems that create these divisions.
These days we fashionistas must watch our wallets as carefully as we watch our waistlines. That doesn't mean we have to sacrifice our love of luxury, however; New York offers a plethora of luxury discount shops.
San Francisco is a fickle fashion town. If I ask you about a piece of jewelry in the glass case, please don't nonchalantly act like I'm not going to buy it and walk away. That $18 candle in your hand doesn't need to get back on the shelf that bad.
While not exactly akin to a romp on white sands of South Beach, San Francisco summers mean late sunsets, and provocative seasonal nibbles. Take a peek at some of these nifty ideas for enjoying summer around the 415.