Arts & Culture
Dedicate a couple of hours to an art walk this season to appreciate what the Bay Area has to offer. Many guided walks are free of charge.
A 2015 New Year’s resolution to read more books could be made all the more interesting by including several of the best books ever written in and about the City by the Bay.
Honor Martin Luther King Jr. with these Bay Area celebrations.
San Francisco’s art highlights this spring cover plenty of interests, including masterpieces on loan from Scotland’s fine art museums and a fabulous 20th century dress collection on loan from New York City’s Metropolitan and Brooklyn museums.
Fireworks that light up the silhouette of the Bay Bridge are an unforgettable sight, from any vantage point. Here are some suggestions for the very best places to watch the show.
From postcards to porcelain, museum gift shops are great shopping emporiums for the more unusual items. Remember that admission is free even if you’re not buying museum admission. To while away the hours in San Francisco’s top museum gift shops is a delight.
Curtains up, San Francisco! Deciding which of these top shows to attend could be a theater-goer’s biggest dilemma. Romance, revivals, smash musical comedies, a matriarch of screen and stage, and a drag queen great are coming to town to tread the boards.
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.
San Francisco’s museums, gardens, parks and neighborhoods reveal tales and secrets of past and present, waiting to be revealed by expert tour guides offering heaps of history and interesting anecdotes on fascinating winter walks and tours. Best of all, they’re free.
We look at East Bay-based organizations that are more than deserving of a spotlight for all they do 365 days a year. During the holidays, the increased demand for food and distribution must be met by volunteers’ actions and generosity.