Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe calls it quits in Oakland

Seven years after expanding to Oakland, Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe is closing down.

Thursday, July 26, will be the last day of service at this location, with hours from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

“We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to have created a welcoming space for all of the great people who have joined us for breakfast, lunch, dinner, day and night!” the restaurant team said on its Instagram account. “We are also very proud of and thankful to everybody who has served with us along the way.”

The original Rudy’s, which has been in Emeryville for 16 years, will remain open.

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Free succulent planting class at Anchor Public Taps in San Francisco

As if an afternoon could get more perfect than learning how to plant trendy succulents while drinking craft beer, Anchor Brewing has partnered with Orchard Supply Hardware to offer this combination for free.

From noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4, bring your beer bro and plant pal to Anchor Public Taps’ expansive tasting room in Potrero Hill for a workshop on these drought-resistant beauties. Hands-on workshops will be held every 30 minutes for groups of 20 on a first-come, first sign-up basis, all led by Orchard’s planting pros.

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Create your own stylish succulent arrangement, receive plant care tips, and take home your unique creation. The family-friendly tasting room will also be offering food and brews throughout the event.

Anchor Public Taps is located at 495 De Haro St., San Francisco. For more information and to sign up, visit Anchor Public Taps.

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Candytopia is coming to San Francisco in September

Guess what, Museum of Ice Cream fans? If you loved every scoop-tastic, rainbow-sprinkled Instagram-background minute of your time at the San Francisco museum, you’ll be delighted to know that its confectionary equal is about to descend on us.

After a successful run in Los Angeles and a details-still-coming run in New York, Candytopia is coming to San Francisco for a limited-run on Sept 6.

Never heard of it? Oh, you will. The immersive, candy-coated pop-up and wonderland features one-of-a-kind sensory experiences for adults and kids, and drew sold-out crowds and celebrity interest — Gwyneth Paltrow, James Corden and Wiz Khalifa, to name a few — in Santa Monica.

Take a sprinkles shower when Candytopia comes to San Francisco. (Photo: Candytopia)

Candytopia is the brainchild of celebrity candy artist Jackie Sorkin, and was created in partnership with retail veteran John Goodman, a longtime San Francisco resident. You can expect more than a dozen distinctive rooms and art installations made from gumdrops, licorice and every other sweet-tooth surprise.

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Think: A massive pool of marshmallows and a Mona Lisa made purely from candy floss. Plus, you’ll be treated to samples of gummies, sours and other teeth-rotting …read more

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Sponsored: Extensively renovated downtown San Jose home is move-in-ready

Extensively renovated with new custom features, this downtown San Jose home is move-in-ready and waiting for another generation of memories.

This home at 374 S. 19th St. features 1,113 square feet of light-filled living space.

Located in the Brookwood Terrace neighborhood, the home is five minutes to downtown restaurants and shops, less than 2 miles to the San Jose State University campus, and walking distance to Selma Olinder Elementary School and neighborhood parks. The future Google campus would also be nearby. Conveniently hop on Interstate 280 or Highway 101 while still enjoying the quiet and tranquility of a tree-lined street and neighborhood ambience.

Beautifully designed to optimize the 1,113 square feet of light-filled living space, this home at 374 S. 19th St. features two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The backyard is perfect for entertaining family and friends or just relaxing with a good book.

Front and back gardens, designed by award-winning EarthCare Landscaping of Cupertino, are amazing spaces for entertaining, play and quiet reflection and are thoughtfully landscaped. A front flagstone walkway meanders through colorful native and drought-tolerant foliage creating curb appeal and welcoming ambience.

The backyard is an expansive and level space that includes a large Ipe wood deck, covered and open, and enchanting fully-irrigated gardens featuring multiple fruit trees, espalier apples, and raised garden beds. The backyard is truly an oasis of tranquility with decorative lighting.

Step down into the living room from the arched entryway or the dining room.

After an extensive renovation, the home now features gorgeous white oak hardwood floors with a light natural finish that begin at the front rain glass paneled entry door with decorated ironwork. A convenient pocket door opens to a coat closet.

There are beautiful details throughout the home like new wide baseboards, fresh interior paint on new stucco walls, dual-pane windows, decorative crown molding, plantation …read more

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