Eye on the Bay South Bay
Dating back to the Civil War, Memorial Day is celebrated on the last Monday in May as a way to honor all fallen American soldiers. Here is a list of the five best South Bay events that commemorate our fallen heroes.
Today, the experience to be had in a vintage movie house is entirely different from a multi-screen megaplex at the mall. Fortunately, some independent cinemas have been saved from the wrecker’s ball and others are focused on screening independent filmmakers.
Check out these spots for great eats and drinks on Cinco de Mayo, all in the spirit of the celebration.
Where in the South Bay can you find a great mid-day dining place to sit and schmooze, read the Sunday news, fill your tummy with good eats and down your hatch with libations that are pretty sweet? Read on to find out.
The South Bay is home to one of the most popular Bay Area kids’ museums. Here is a guide to San Jose’s Children’s Discovery Museum.
The seasons are changing and there’s no better way to appreciate that than to explore the outdoors. Before you go, look through your gear. From amateur to budding Olympic gold medalist, everybody gets a boost when they’ve got the right gear.
Even if September 27 is National Corned Beef Hash Day, there’s no way we’re going to wait for autumn leaves to begin to turn to fix up a delicious hash using these top-caliber recipes from two acclaimed chefs.
Where in the South Bay can you mingle with friends around a revolving beer menu of great craft brews and splendidly original hops from local breweries and across the world?
The Bay Area offers a number of family-friendly activities to celebrate all things Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Here is a list of 5 of the best options.
Although in most occasions, driving a car in the South Bay might get to a destination faster, the utilization of public transportation can be far less stressful, easier on the pocketbook and far better for the environment.