San Francisco Magazine has the scoop on an architectural gem between the Mission and Noe Valley. It’s a garage converted into a whimsical children’s play-space decked out with a fire pole, swing set and even a stained-glass...
What happens when a scientists mixes with a game designer? "We have incredible debates, ending on medium fun," said Adam Gazzeley, a neurosciences professor at UCSF
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