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A newly-designated portion of the California Coastal National Monument is near the top of the New York Times global list of 52 places to go in 2014.
Feeding sea lions, tarot readings, and butterflies top this week’s 15 things to do, mostly free!
A forgotten slice of Bay Area maritime history is being revived by a group of artists and historians retracing Chinese shrimp fishing industry in San Francisco Bay.
Monkeys, Brazil day, yoga by the Golden Gate, Mount Tam biking, and so much more, mostly free stuff to do!
The opening scene was so iconic, the homes in the ABC sit-com are still a tourist destination, and now, it may be coming back. John Stamos, a.k.a. cool Uncle Jesse, holds an ownership stake in the show, and seems to be leading the pushing the project forward. (More from RadioAlice.com)
Free music, free things to do with kids, Filipino food, and the Circus are all happening this week.
Travel back to a time when arts, music, and festivities flourished day and night, at the Northern California Renaissance Faire, happening every weekend from September 13th through October 12th at Casa de Fruta in Hollister. (SPONSORED)
While every flavored coffee lover may be asking, “When is the pumpkin spice latte (PSL) available?” the better question might be when is pumpkin beer going to be on store shelves, but at any rate, both are either here now, or starting in days.
As Paul McCartney plays his last–and THE last–concert at Candlestick Park, we look back at the first time McCartney played Candlestick, and the small concert at Cow Palace 50 years ago next week. Think you know you’re Beatles? From Beach Boys favorites, to Jelly Beans, to ambulances, test your knowledge on these 9 trivia bits.