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?
The City of San Francisco always throws a free fireworks party for hundreds of thousands of spectators on the Fourth of July. Come and join the crowds along the waterfront, crossing your fingers and toes for the fog to stay away.
There are many great places all over the city to watch the annual fireworks show on the San Francisco Bay…
Go to the tropics, even if in spirit only, with a tropical drink sensation and summer refresher.
Whether you are making plans to go out, have a backyard BBQ, the choices and options on July 4th are endless. In the northern part of the San Francisco Bay Area, there are a myriad of choices and places to go to see a spectacular fireworks display. We take a look at some of the best in the North Bay, with the fireworks over the Golden Gate most prominent, but we also venture further north in Sonoma County as well.
There’s warmer weather and wine country, sunshine and surf, breezy beaches, nature preserves, mountains and music festivals. These five well-known destinations are within a 200 mile drive and worth setting out early to spend the day, although longer stays are even better. We include a few tidbits about what’s new at each spot.
The California Academy of Sciences is home to Steinhart Aquarium, one of the world’s most fascinating, beautiful and critical marine habitats.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21 and what better way to celebrate this special day than having a drink with dad. While there are plenty of places to go in the East Bay, your father may already have a few spots in mind. But if you and dad are still undecided on a place, there’s no time to waste, especially if you want to have a meal along with your drink. Here are five of the best spots in the East Bay for a Father’s Day drink with dad.
Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday, June 21st. Honor Dad by taking him out on the town for a celebratory meal at one of these Bay Area spots.
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.