Arts & Culture
The Bay Area is home to a vast and varied population of phenomenal artists. Take the opportunity to experience some of the best free art around with this list of five of the Bay’s best spots for public art.
The San Francisco Bay Area, with an entire musical genre born and breed in the 60’s, has produced modern acts such as Metallica and Green Day, with some of the best musicians residing including guitar virtuosos Joe Satriani and Carlos Santana, so it is with little surprise some of the best music stores in California, if not the nation, live in the Bay Area.
We take a look at one of the most curious and spectacular and most popular destinations in San Jose, the Winchester Mystery House. Located just south of San Francisco, San Jose has several different historical landmarks to choose from, whether you are looking from a genealogical perspective or even wanting a destination for the whole family, the Winchester Mystery House fulfills both.
San Francisco and the Bay Area have a long-standing reputation for terrific stand-up comedy and witty improv, where some of the greatest comedians of the 20th century got their start. Is this where the next big star will be born?
Gear up and get excited for the annual San Francisco Pride Parade and weekend happening June 27-28…
Many language classes are available throughout the city of San Francisco, including courses in Chinese, Japanese, French and Spanish
Here comes summer, the height of the Art Festival season around the Bay Area. From March through October, art lovers can enjoy art festivals, from neighborhood fairs with a local flair, to larger multi-day events that draw artists and visitors from around the nation, Canada and beyond.
San Francisco’s legendary artistic vibe is evident not only in its art galleries, museums and clubs around town, but also in its neighborhoods teeming with murals, architecture, theaters, and public and street art.
No other city in North America reminds visitors of Paris and European culture than Montreal, less than an hour drive from the U.S.-Canadian border.
June is officially National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Month and the largest gay pride celebration in the nation is right here in San Francisco for its 45th anniversary.