Alcatraz has long been an iconic landmark in the Bay Area. And on this edition of Eye on the Bay, it serves as a dramatic backdrop for an inspirational swim.
Brian Hackney discovers an abandoned WWI destroyer in the southern San Francisco bay.
Brian daytrips to one of Highway One’s most charming beach towns and uncovers ten reasons to make the trek during any season.
Join Liam Mayclem as he takes a road trip down Highway 16. Surrounded by rural charm, he enjoys some tasty cheap eats, a hidden getaway complete with a championship golf course and luxurious spa, and […]
Brian uncovers a tiny town daytrip full of history and beer.
For San Francisco parents, getting their first pick of public schools is no small feat, even for in-the-know parents who have already devoted time researching schools in anticipation the city’s multi-layered selection process.
Just a little over an hour outside the Bay Area, you’ll discover the charming, rural and historic town of Winters.
You know about the laptops, tablets and smartphones — back to school tech that makes you blanch at the price. Here are 5 solid back-to-school tech buys that are under $100.
Eye on the Bay is in San Jose at the San Pedro Square Market, exploring some of our favorite restaurants and showing what makes San Jose such a food destination.
Now that Mitt Romney has announced the Paul Ryan is his vice presidential pick, both parties are salivating. The move appeals to the Republican base who had been less-than-enthusiastic about their presidential choice until now.