The Beatles. Prince. Bruce Springsteen. KISS. All have made rock history with guitars (and occasionally, face paint). And this is your chance to own guitars signed by them. Because they did not sign any bottles of face paint.
Things to do for May 09, 2018
Grilled Cheese, Beers on the Water and Breakfast in Bed
That Last One's Mostly for Your MomBy Joe Starkey
Grilled Cheez Guy's Permanent SoMa Digs Will See You Now
Grilled Cheez Guy has saved you the trouble of tracking him down at random locations by opening up his first brick-and-mortar spot for you to grab a Jammer with comté, mozzarella, spicy pepper jam and arugula aioli. Or other cheese things. Plenty of cheese here. Cheese.
Stone Brewing Napa: Now a Thing. A Thing in a Historic Building on the Water.
Stone Brewing has opened a Napa location, bringing their brews and eclectic menu to a historic building so that you might enjoy an Impossible burger and Scorpion Bowl IPA with picturesque views along the Napa River. They care ever so deeply for you.
Your Mom Wants You to Get Up to 70% Off of Her Bag
Head to Timbuk2's factory store this weekend to grab totes, backpacks and messenger bags for up to 70% off. Maybe think about a gift for a certain woman in your life who wants to see you get a good deal. Your mom. We're talking about your mom.
To Napa, for Mother's Day Brunch
Here's an idea. Get the hell out of the city for a Mother's Day brunch at Healdsburg's Spoonbar. Go for the ambiance and smoked gouda burgers, stay for the bottomless mimosas. And sure, the memories.
Hint: Belcampo Made a Breakfast in Bed Kit
Or you could always do Mother's Day old-school-style with a Breakfast in Bed kit from Belcampo that includes English Back Bacon, breakfast sausage, a dozen eggs and a signed copy of their cookbook. BYO glittery card that's good for one emptying of the dishwasher.
What Else Is New
Tom Ford's First Line of Watches Is Just as Handsome as You'd Expect
Nay, handsomer. And for the serious stargazers amongst you: here are some of the most spectacular nighttime adventures in the world, all of which end with you looking up at the sky in awe. Finally... what's the deal with "modesty ponchos"?