Eye on the Bay South Bay
Take a look at five of the best attractions managed by the U.S. National Park Service near the South Bay.
Spring in Northern California isn’t defined by hot weather, but the probability of sunny days is high. So outdoor adventures near the Bay Area deserve a place on the list of cool places to go and fun things to do between semesters.
Recover from Valentine’s Day and head straight into Mardi Gras. It’s a busy time of year with Mardi Gras falling on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 and Lunar New Year commencing just two days later. Costume masks and beads at the ready, it’s not too soon to think about where you’ll party and with whom.
Shop local and make up your own themed gift baskets for the holidays.
Parents living in the South Bay can relax and recharge by going on a vacation without the kids, regardless of the length of stay.
We really don’t want to bring up the 2012 Western Conference quarterfinals, but we do want to add a few suggestions to this list of the South Bay’s best places for watching and cheering on the Sharks, the 49ers and other great Bay Area teams.
Browse this list of the latest exhibits to see what catches your eye.
If you know more about wetsuits and jeans than penguin suits and cummerbunds, you may be in need of some professional guidance on renting, tailoring or buying a wedding tux, and don’t overlook the men in your wedding party, too.
With several 5k races and the first Silicon Valley Gives Day behind us, upcoming charity events, galas and festivals in the South Bay are centered around San Jose. Don’t miss super fun events from garlic fries to jazz trombone to a turkey trot; it’s all for a good cause.
Japanese cuisine has become extremely popular in the U.S. While sushi and sashimi are top attractions, hibachi or teppanyaki-style preparation, with its tableside cooking theatrics, shows Americans another side of this luscious cuisine.