Eye On The Bay
CBS San Francisco asked a North Bay expert to provide readers with useful, do-it-yourself tips for distressing a pair of jeans. Here is what Elizabeth, who works at Dharma Trading Company of Petaluma, had to say.
What a pleasure for art lovers to spend a few hours together in these places.
Many of San Francisco’s top-rated hotels open their doors to furry friends, address each pet by name and provide a comfortable bed, water bowls and treats, all at no additional charge.
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 authentically ex-pat folks at Brainstormer suggest these East Bay places for a good trivia time. For some, bragging rights, prizes and semi-stardom await.
Start the day off on the right foot with some of the best breakfast sandwiches in the North Bay.
Find beautiful plants that can thrive in dry settings at these Bay Area shops.
We pause to look at San Francisco’s five oldest standing churches.
San Francisco may have the Bay Area’s most famous park, but visitors will be pleased to discover a vast collection of open spaces and outdoor activities on the other side of the Bay. Here are five of the best parks in the East Bay, all within an hour’s drive of Oakland or Berkeley.
If the kids are eager for new ways to work off their creative energy, lead them to pottery painting, one of the coolest art activities around. Even if they’ve indulged before, they can show you a thing or two on how to do it right at these top pottery painting spots in the North Bay.