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[UPDATE: This story was originally published on September 13.]
We don’t throw the phrase “girl crush” around loosely, since in a city like S.F., you're hard-pressed not to find a cool gal doing her thing, and just basically being awesome, around almost every bend. Recently, we met another lady who knows precisely how we feel — after all, she started a blog (now a magazine!) dedicated to exactly this inspiring subject matter.
Andrea Cheng of Got A Girl Crush crafts witty, illustrated, and photo-centric articles on the adoration-worthy female figures around town and beyond. But we’ll be frank, we’ve developed quite an infatuation with her and are flipping the script, peeking into her stylish world (and closet), and hearing what makes her tick. Brace yourself and prepare to have a little crush of your own.
Photographed by Aeschleah DeMartino
Photographed by by Aeschleah DeMartino
Growing up, I was extremely conscious of the fact that my thick legs didn’t resemble the pin-thin limbs of my classmates. “Blessed” with my mother’s genetics, I had muscularly fatty thighs and bulging calves that my ancestors would have been thrilled to own, but I abhorred. Add to that a fleshy stomach that never read
Alexis Lloyd brings up a solid point with the unveiling of an archival tool she developed for The New York Times: "News publishing is an inherently ephemeral act." The tool itself is called Chronicle and it traces the usage of virtually any word or phrase one enters, as it appeared throughout the Times' now 162-year-old read