Eye On The Bay
June is officially National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Month and the largest gay pride celebration in the nation is right here in San Francisco for its 45th anniversary.
Port of Oakland officials announced they’re offering free tours this summer on President Franklin Roosevelt’s yacht, the USS Potomac.
May is National Barbecue Month and the barbecue scene in the Bay Area is sizzling.
There’s something in the DNA of the San Francisco Bay Area that gives birth to trends. Yet, when summer trends are described as “hot,” we smile, knowing that summertime depends on where we’re standing and what Karl the Fog is thinking. In any case, we know what looks good and where to find it.
While San Francisco is known more for it’s city and nightlife, on the outskirts and neighboring counties, there are some of the best lake destinations in California.
If you can’t visit Brazil this year, San Francisco’s Carnaval celebration is the next best thing.
Beer gardens are fun, yet everyone knows that San Francisco and summer have a weird relationship. San Francisco and beer gardens have a great relationship, especially when tasty food is featured. Just remember a warm jacket for after the sun goes down.
No matter the food fad of the moment, burgers continue to trump them all. Bay Area burger spots flourish and thrive, no matter what. The battle of the burgers continues. Which one is your favorite?
Visit your favorite South Bay camera store in celebration of National Photography Month.
May is National Photography Month, and with smart phones in our pockets, everyone can have fun getting that great shot for sharing. Suzie Biehler, a San Francisco-based professional photographer, gave tips for getting the most out of smart phone photography.