Aug 31

Oldest Bars in San Francisco by Neighborhood, San Francisco Travel Association

(PRWEB) July 29, 2014

In a city that is steeped in new technology, San Franciscans are still traditionalists at heart. They love their bars with a sense of history. These spots preserve the citys history, cultural identity and make some darn good drinks.

SF Heritage, which works preserve and enhance San Franciscos unique architectural and cultural identity, has compiled a guide to more than 130 heritage bars and restaurants throughout San Francisco, available at http://www.sfheritage.org/legacy.

Aug 30

Les Cafés 2.0 : ateliers numériques Société Générale

Les Cafés 2.0 : comprendre le numérique avec Société Générale http://www.ideespourvous.fr/ateliers.
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Aug 28

Bronto Software Takes Over #1 Ranking of Email Marketing Providers to the Internet Retailer 1000


Durham, NC – July 29, 2014 (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

Bronto Software, the leading marketing platform for commerce, announced that it has moved into the number one position as the most popular provider of email marketing to retailers ranked on the Internet Retailer 1000. Bronto increased its IR 1000 client count by 25 percent from 2013 to 2014. Notable Bronto clients in the IR 1000 include Nasty Gal, JustFab, Bonobos, CafePress and Boot Barn. Other ranked providers include Experian Cheetahmail, Oracle Responsys and SalesForce ExactTarget.

Based on Internet Retailers recently released 2014 Top 500 and Second 500 Guides, Bronto Software has more Top 1000 ranked e-retailers as clients than any other provider. The annual Internet Retailer guides are considered the industry’s most respected source of information and analysis on North America’s 1000 largest online retailers, who are ranked by annual e-commerce revenue.

We are thrilled to be the number one provider of email marketing to the Internet Retailer 1000, said Joe Colopy, CEO of Bronto. This validates many years of effort in providing a great platform and service to enterprise and mid-market retailers globally.

Bronto helps over 1300 brands worldwide create, plan and manage targeted, data-driven marketing campaigns to drive commerce online and offline. Online retailers, multi-channel merchants and branded manufacturers take advantage of Brontos strong marketing automation engine, advanced targeting capabilities, email, mobile and social messaging channels and laser-sharp focus on retail to engage with customers and drive sales.

Find out more about the Bronto Marketing Platform by visiting bronto.com.

About the Internet Retailer Top 1000

Since 2003, Internet Retailer, a leading publication about trends, technology and people in the e-commerce industry, has been providing data on the Top U.S. Internet Retailers ranked by annual online sales revenue. In May, Internet Retailer published the Top 500 Guide and in June, the Second 500 Guide. Both guides showcase the vendors providing services to these online retailers in 27 product categories. Top 1000 retailers rely on application and service providers to market, sell and deliver their products.

About Bronto Software

Bronto Software provides a cloud-based marketing platform for organizations to drive revenue through their email, mobile and social campaigns. Bronto is the top-ranked email marketing provider to the Internet Retailer Top 1000 with a client roster of leading brands worldwide, including Armani Exchange, Timex, Samsonite and Boot Barn. The Bronto Marketing Platform is deeply integrated with commerce platforms including Magento, Demandware, NetSuite and MarketLive. The company is headquartered in Durham, NC with additional offices in London and Sydney. For more information, visit http://bronto.com.







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Aug 26

Jeff Bradshaw, Jeff Lorber, Louis Van Taylor, Thianar Gomis & Unwrapped – Walk It Out


Jeff Bradshaw, Jeff Lorber, Louis Van Taylor, Thianar Gomis & Unwrapped – Walk It Out

from Hidden Beach Recordings Presents: Unwrapped, Vol. 5.0: The Collipark Cafe Sessions

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Aug 24

Help House of Bread Pick the Winner from Three Finalist for the Sandwich Contest


(PRWEB) July 23, 2014

Out of multiple entries from each House of Bread Bakery Cafe, the finalists are the World Cup, Laura’s Special and Horsin Around.

The World Cup was submitted by the Wasilla, Alaska House of Bread and it contains chicken breast, pesto, artichoke hearts, avocado, provolone cheese, balsamic vinegar on Garden Herb bread. The World Cup had a timely name when it was introduced, too bad it only comes around every four years. However, the World Cup’s deliciousness is always current.

Anchorage House of Bread had the Horsin Around: horseradish sauce, roast beef, grilled onions, blue cheese crumbles on Focaccia. Toast it on 9-grain bread and then add lettuce and tomato. Lastly, Laura’s Special came from the Victoria Texas House of Bread. Laura’s favorite is sundried tomato pesto, chicken breast, fresh spinach, artichokes, red onion and bacon on Focaccia.

Please come by a House of Bread and help select the winner.







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Aug 20

Six Places for Foggy Picnics San Francisco Travel Association


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

When visitors in other cities swelter in summer’s heat and picnic plans are abandoned for air conditioned cafes, San Francisco’s typical weather report is an invitation to gather up the picnic basket, blanket and head out. For a new take on the traditional picnic lunch in the sun, visitors can orchestrate their al fresco dining around San Francisco’s fabulous spectacle of summer fog.

Summer fog is common, but not an everyday event, so a bit of spontaneity works in favor of those in pursuit of a fog adventure. Morning and evening fog rolls into San Francisco Bay from June to August, pushing its way through the Golden Gate Bridge towers, drifting and swirling up and over the Marin Headlands, and nestling up against shoreline piers. Then, more often than not, it magically stops before consuming the city itself. Timing is essential, and layers are key. By mid-day the sun has burned off the white wispy stuff so people shed their jackets and sweaters to bask in the sun before the fog rolls in again by late afternoon.

Here are a few suggestions on where to find fog-viewing spots.

Battery East

A grass-covered earthen work fortification built in the 1870s, Battery East offers pristine vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Pacific Ocean. Stake out one of the picnic tables located off parking area from Lincoln Boulevard in the Presidio and watch the curtains part on one of Natures most dramatic scenes. http://www.nps.gov/prsf/planyourvisit/battery-east.htm

Crissy Field

This quiet stretch of shoreline is the gateway to San Francisco. Opened to the public in the spring of 2001, the West Bluff and East Beach picnic area offer bayside picnic tables. From Marina Boulevard, drive past Marina Green to the Presidio; bear right on to Mason Street. Not only is Crissy Field famed as a windsurfing site, it also offers some of the most remarkable views of the bridge, bay and city to be had. http://www.presidio.gov/explore/Pages/crissy-field.aspx

East Fort Baker

Just below the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge and Vista Point lies East Fort Baker. This secluded recreation area with views of the bay is often sunny when the western park areas are fogged in.

Walk from the nearby Golden Gate Transit bus stop or drive down Bunker Road to East Fort Baker to find this treasure complete with a fishing pier, the innovative Bay Area Discovery Museum, historical brick fortifications of Battery Cavallo and concrete gun emplacements of Battery Yates.

The grassy parade grounds and coastal bluffs of East Fort Baker combine to make a protected picnic spot that is out of the wind, but still offers pristine fog bank views. http://www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/fort-baker.htm

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