SF Buzz: SoulCycle Taking Over The Bay, Ken Fulk Opens Up & More

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As the adage goes, news travels fast. And, in a city as socially connected as S.F., "fast" doesn't even cut it – try lightning speed. That's why we local editors work 'round the clock to keep our eyes on the prize and ears to the ground, to bring forth the buzziest and freshest headlines in and around our city. This week, from spankin-new designs we're dying to get our paws on, to a lucrative tech job that doesn't require algorithm skills, here's everything you need to know.
Interior designer du jour to the elite, Ken Fulk, is hot off the heels of his opening of The Battery, and 7x7 gives us a detailed profile on his journey from Southern boy to renowned creative engineer. (7x7)
Speaking of visionary designers, S.F.’s favorite Brit Louisa Parris has launched her latest collection of modern, geometric silk scarves just in time for us to jot it on our holiday wish lists. (Louisa Parris)
Denizens of Palo Alto, there’s a new fitness frenzy in town for you to sweat off those holiday feasts. SoulCycle, the company that has revolutionized the way we spin, is opening up its new studio on November 22, so no need to worry about that second helping of turkey. (SoulCycle)
When you make your rounds hunting for the perfect pressies, you’re going to want some cozy-cute protection to brave these Bay winds. Enter Cuyana’s insanely soft line of cashmere wares sourced from Scotland (where denizens know a thing or two about cold winters). (Cuyana)
You might want to second guess your entire career for a second, because, turns out, famed YouTube vloggers are rolling in major dough — we’re talkin’ millions! See if you can guess which vlogger is reportedly taking home top dollar. (Racked SF)

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