Pop Culture | Apr 29, 2012
Have you ever wondered how fashion trends start? How is it that every season so many designers come up with similar looks? By Zoe Vice
Fashion/Design | Mar 21, 2012
Over this past weekend, KQED fashion blogger Zoe Vice visited the Vintage Fashion Expo. What's in this spring, retro-wise? The 1950s, flower power prints and lady-like accessories. By Zoe Vice
Fashion/Design | Mar 11, 2012
You are probably out riding your bike this fine Sunday, but if you don't have a one, here are some tips on how to start riding in style. By Zoe Vice
Fashion/Design | Mar 10, 2012
KQED scoured February's New York runway shows to compile a cheat sheet of Fashion Week's top trends and created this shopping guide for the SF girl who thinks six months is too long to wait to start wearing the latest fashions. By Monica Laufer
Art Review | Nov 13, 2011
SFMOMA's exhibition demonstrates the influence of Rams' now-classic designs, but with an important difference: today's slick-looking products are designed with obsolescence in mind. By Tom Comitta
Fashion/Design | Sep 10, 2011
Highlights from the month-long Architecture and the City festival, a vast array of tours, screenings, lectures, workshops, and exhibitions focused on the physical shape of San Francisco. By Sarah Hotchkiss
It pays to be unique when you're going for the title of best restroom in the land. Design details are crucial. It also doesn't hurt if patrons can relax in a fantasy setting and grab a drink from a window connecting to a bar.
Is One World Trade Center now the tallest building in North America, or does that distinction belong to the Willis Tower in Chicago? The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is going to settle the debate. One thing everyone can be sure of: There's only one.
What happens when you ask architects to re-imagine a structure mandated by the Jewish holy book? A freaking cool cultural piece of art, that's what.
Chinese developers have been building communities that mimic European cities, believing they'll be a big draw for the country's newly wealthy. But so far, the appetite for the homes has been modest.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
Obamacare Explained: A Guide for Californians
Starting Jan 1, 2014, most Americans will be required to have health insurance or pay a fine. KQED has created a simple guide to explain how the health law affects you, your family or your small business.
KQED Celebrates the Holidays
Find holiday-related KQED television and radio programming, events, gift ideas, recipes, and other Web-exclusive goodies.