Kim Cattrall Sends VERY Clear Message to Sarah Jessica Parker

Kim Cattrall was known on Sex and the City for portraying a character who always spoke her mind. And it’s now evident that that the role of Samantha Jones was a bit of type-casting, considering the simple and direct share Cattrall just hurled in the direction of a former co-star. In a very straightforward Instagram message shared on Saturday morning, for ex-HBO star addressed Sarah Jessica Parker, the former lead on the series that made both women very rich and very famous. “My Mom asked me today “When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone?” opened Cattrall on social media. She then set her sights specifically on Parker and… Read More

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7 Valentine’s Day events around the Bay Area

Looking for something fun to do with your Valentine? Here are seven events happening across the Bay Area. Love at Lake Chabot: Through February, 17936 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley. Private patio boat with sweetheart picnic basket, flowers, and chocolate-covered strawberries. Following lunch, take a short hike together around Lake Chabot for some amazing views with picture opportunities. Reservations required at least 24 hours ahead. $175 per couple. 510-247-2526, http://www.lakechabotrecreation.com/love Valentine Cooking Class: 1-4 p.m. Feb. 14. Morocco’s, 873 Castro St., Mountain View. Chef Jay will teach you how to prepare a five-course meal with wine pairings. $120 per couple. www.moroccosrestaurant.com Valentine’s Tea: 3-4:30 p.m. Feb. 14, Filoli Historic House… Read More

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Wine pairings for “Walking Dead” fans

Whether you’re entertaining zombies or hosting a “Walking Dead” premiere party, the big question has always been, “What wine pairs best with brains?” Oh. You never asked that? Shoot. Well, we’ll share the answer anyway, because “Walking Dead” is returning to the airwaves on Feb. 25 and as any post-apocalyptic survivor or TV-watching party host can tell you, preparation is everything. As it turns out, the “Walking Dead” folks have answered the “what wine to serve” question by launching their own pop culture-wine spinoff, following the trend started by “Downton Abbey” claret, “Fifty Shades of Grey” Red Satin blend and others. The new “Walking Dead” California wine line includes a… Read More

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Scott Disick: Yes, I’m Dating Sofia Richie, and Yes, She’s Super Young!

Scott Disick has been romantically linked to Sofia Richie for several months now — since last May, actually, so it’s coming up on a year since we first learned that these two could be together. And oh, what a wild year it’s been … Last January, after piles and piles of rumors that he’d finally gotten himself together and that he and Kourtney Kardashian were giving love another chance, he went off the deep end. He was partying hard for several months with several different ladies, including Bella Thorne — remember how fun and weird that was? In May, Scott was photographed looking pretty friendly with Sofia, but at the… Read More

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4 fab Valentine date ideas for SF Bay Area romantics and procrastinators alike

There are as many ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day as there are sweethearts. Whether you’re looking for an unusual date idea or the ultimate box of chocolates — or rescue because you totally forgot Feb. 14 was looming, we’ve got you covered. Looking for … A sweet walking date? Join Local Food Adventures for a Valentine’s Day “Sweets for Your Sweet” walking tour ($20 per person), with stops to sample ice cream and gelato in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood. The one-hour guided food tour runs from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, making it a sweet and memorable way to celebrate. (There’s a feel-good element, too. A dollar from every… Read More

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Bay Area wine, beer and spirits events for Feb. 10 and beyond

Beer Tasting and Sudsy Supper: Craft brews and hard cider from local breweries will be featured at the fifth annual beer tasting and dinner dance hosted by St. Bart’s Church. Admission includes tastings, pub food, French crepes, a tasting mug and entertainment. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Feb. 11. St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, 678 Enos Way, Livermore. $15-$40. www.saintbartslivermore.com. Burrell School Vineyards Valentine’s Dinner: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an elegant five-course dinner with vintage wine pairings. Two seatings available: A 5:30 p.m. sunset seating in an intimate tasting room overlooking the vineyard and Santa Cruz Mountains or the 7 p.m. seating in a historic old schoolhouse. Feb. 14. Burrell School Vineyards and Winery,… Read More

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