North Bay Arts & Culture
If you are looking to do something different in a trip to the Bay Area, here are five reasons to visit the North Bay in 2015.
Dinner and a show shouldn’t mean disaster for the entertainment budget. College productions are highly professional, offer terrific value, support school and community and provide a great platform for budding talent.
Drive–in movie theaters may no longer be dotting the American landscape, but the good times and cozy feelings we expect from seeing a movie from the comfort of our car is still around, and the remaining drive-ins are especially family-friendly these days.
While Napa Valley deserves to be mentioned on any short list of the country’s top wine destinations, there are several other destinations nationwide that are worthy of merit.
Here are a few bars in the North Bay that offer cornhole play.
This summer’s lineup of craft fairs in the Bay Area stretches from Sausalito to Treasure Island, into the city and south to Palo Alto.
The summer heat can do a number on a professional wardrobe. Local fashion expert Kaye Cloutman provides some expert pointers for women who are out and about during the work day.
Who doesn’t love a great movie? Lucky for locals, the San Francisco Bay Area is home to some of the world’s most renowned film festivals. From intimate, small-town festivals to grand scale events featuring hundreds of movies and the biggest names in Hollywood, we’ve put together a film festival guide to the best of the Bay.
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most visited areas in the world and for good reason. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman’s Wharf and Alcatraz Island, there is something to see for all ages. But what many visitors and even residents often miss are some hidden or lesser-known museums in the North Bay that are well worth visiting.
North Bay artists have much to offer the interpretive eye. Check out the best galleries in the area.