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Juice Saves a Liver; How to Stay Warm Surfing; Loehmann's Closeout; More!

Welcome to On the Racked, where Racked SF editor Kristen Philipkoski shares the top retail and fashion news of the week.

Juice Shop founder Charlie Gulick saved his liver with juice; photos by Patricia Chang

MARINA—On Friday at Fort Mason, the Fog Design + Art Fair will feature works from 20th century and contemporary dealers. Don't miss the opening gala tomorrow night.

HAYES VALLEY—Learn how Charlie Gulick, founder of Juice Shop, saved his liver with juice.

SAN FRANCISCO—Aha Yoga will soon be Yoga Flow SF, but the beautiful interior and talented instructors will remain the same.

UNION SQUARE—Farewells are always tough, but the closing sales are not—hit up Loehmann's major discounts soon before they close forever.

SAN FRANCISCO—Yoga on a paddle board, swinging from a trapeze or even naked yoga (for men) are just a few of our fair city's eccentric workouts.

SAN FRANCISCO—Think being a surfer would be pretty cool, but spooked by the frigid Pacific? Check out these tips and tricks for staying warm while catching waves.

SAN FRANCISCO—Looking for ways to take your Silicon Valley style game beyond the hoodie? Maybe hire image consultant Brandee Barker, former head of PR at Facebook.

BAY AREA—Losing steam on those New Year's resolutions? Get inspired by the Bay Area's natural beauty on these gorgeous hiking trails.

SAN FRANCISCO—Ashley Tudor hunts game and uses every part of her kill, right down to the antlers, from which she creates cast bronze works of art.