S.F. Buzz: The Olsens Celebrated In S.F., & 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 around 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. From a new brewhouse to get your guzzle going to an S.F. tome no library should go without, here's everything you need to know this week.
The Mission is known to be a hotbed of culinary exploration. But, gyms to burn off all those adventurous calories? Not so much. That’s why we’re psyched for the endorphin boost we'll get at Pop Physique’s upcoming Mission locale, set to arrive this May! (Pop Physique)
Since the weekends were practically made to both explore new spots and get your drink on, we’d like to introduce you to Nopa’s latest brewhouse, Barrelhead. For a unique twist, bartenders pull pints out of a missile spout that is so bomb. (Barrelhead Brewhouse)
The Olsen twins were in town for a clandestine dinner at Marlowe to celebrate their latest The Row collection at Barneys. Staying true to the duo's minimalist — and so often monochrome — style, gorgeous white blooms decorated the table. Our invite probably just got lost in the mail, right? (Racked SF)
Better start making room on your coffee table because SF Girl By Bay’s Victoria Smith is going to roll out a tome. Expect to see her photographic journal of San Francisco on Chronicle Books' shelves "soon." (SF Girl By Bay)
It happens to the best of our social-media obsessions. Ads, that is. Pinterest reports it's going to start hosting commercial space — posting on which will cost companies anywhere from $1 to $2 million. (So, that's not getting pinned on our affordable board.) (Inc.)

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