Arts & Culture
The Bay Area has lots of artists and lots of beautiful scenery, so it only makes sense that we also have plenty of art events. Here are a few on the Peninsula that you can check out this spring.
It’s hard to go wrong with champagne and flowers, but where do you go after dinner before the evening’s denouement? Everybody’s taste is different, but the following show suggestions will certainly appeal to somebody’s sense of the romantic.
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With San Jose recognized as home to the largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam, the South Bay hosts Tet festivals as well as Chinese celebrations.
If you want to learn a new language, you are in the right place. Here are some suggestions on how you might get started.
The North Bay is liberally sprinkled with fitness centers, dance studios, yoga, pilates and aquatic workout options. Whichever training is your preference, you’ll be feeling great and staying healthy as well as making new friends along the way.
Remember how much fun it was to play in the mud as a child? You can do it still today, with wonderful artistic results.
These were some of the wonderful theatrical performances that came our way in 2013.
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.
Make a difference in your community with these great ways to give back during the holiday season.