Arts & Culture
Although still a young city at the western edge of a young nation, some of San Francisco’s landmarks are connected to events prior to the year 1776. Of course, the best historic landmark of all are the 1,200-year-old coastal redwoods of Muir Woods. But a few more recent landmarks are worth mentioning as well.
Here are five Valentine’s Day suggestions just right for singles and friends.
Have you noticed that Valentine’s Day is on a Saturday in 2015? Get a date sorted out so you can hold hands at a sock hop, tap your toes to some jazz, giggle at a comedy club or delight at San Francisco’s longest running musical.
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.