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SAN FRANCISCO—This is an exciting week at Racked SF, because we've launched voting in our inaugural Hottest Trainer competition. The first group of men resulted in a first-ever tie! Both Nathan Ng and Tommy Stracke will be moving on to the second round, which will be live on Monday. Ashley Pelton was victorious among the first group of women and Dudley Flores won handily in the second men's poll. You have until 2pm today to vote for the second group of women. Check out all the trainer profiles, and check back on Monday for round two!
SAN FRANCISCO—Fall is coming, and it's time to get organized. Here are 11 stores that can help.
SAN FRANCISCO—We'd never tell you not to wear white after Labor Day, but just in case you play by the old school rules, here's lots of white to pack in over the next week and a half.
MISSION—The Board of Appeals has OK'd Jack Spade to continue building out the old Adobe Books space.
EVERYWHERE—This Bay-Area-made little girls' clothing line is absolutely adorable, and it has a very sweet story behind it.
HAIGHT & BERKELEY—For those of you getting excited for ski season, Burton will soon open two new Bay Area flagship stores.
UNION SQUARE—Another formerly online-only retailer now has a brick and mortar presence. This time it's Cuyana, which wants you to buy things but still maintain a "lean closet."