Gov. Jerry Brown was one of the few California politicians yet to announce a bet on Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup, until he offered up a characteristically esoteric wager.
Monks in a small Northern California town are rebuilding a 16th Century Spanish monastery with help from what may seem an unlikely source: beer.
Westvleteren 12, a beer brewed by Belgian monks at St. Sixtus Abbey, had never before been released internationally, but monks brewed up some extra this year to raise funds for a new roof and other improvements to the abbey.
While the Fall Classic between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers pits clubs from two very different cities, the distinctive style and taste of each team’s partisans also pours through the beer taps at their ball yards.
Brian uncovers a tiny town daytrip full of history and beer.
Looking to loosen their legs on the dance floor, ladies will find these South Bay dance clubs best for letting go without the hassle of overcrowded, flashy, pick-up joints.
Darrin Moffet of Windsor regularly goes looking for shells to make jewelry off the Sonoma Coast and recently made an interesting discovery.
From Berkeley to Livermore, these hole-in-the-walls and sophisticated establishments are some of the best East Bay haunts you never knew existed. Who knows, you may discover that one of these secret places is located within your own stomping grounds.
There’s magic in a good open mic night; an excitement that stems from a sense of discovery for both audience and artist alike. Discover the best places to artistically express yourself in the Peninsula.