Bay Area taxpayer, Ray LaRance, was charged a hefty fee by California Check Cashing in Dublin to file his state and federal income taxes.
Low- and moderate-income youth between 5 and 17 years old can now ride Muni free with a valid Clipper card as part of a 16-month pilot program that began Friday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is rolling out a pilot program to offer HIV tests at neighborhood pharmacies, including one in East Oakland.
A new feature at San Francisco International Airport hopes to ease traverers’ tensions – with a first-of-its-kind yoga room.
Finding cool weather water fun for kids isn’t easy in the colder months, but there’s plenty to see, touch and find all around us. Bundle up, bring a change of clothes and get ready for a season of splashing fun.
The days of free food spreads luring our beleaguered workforce into watering holes are quickly disappearing. Fortunately, Eye on the Bay’s Liam Mayclem has scouted spots that still offer a bite to eat for the after work crowd.
While you shouldn’t miss San Francisco heavy hitters, smaller, surprising museums dot the city, providing a fascinating glimpse into an eclectic range of subject matter. From pioneer history to cable cars, here is our list of rarely discovered gems in Hidden Museums of San Francisco.
Hey moms and dads, grandmas and nannies, friends and neighbors! It’s time to slide, swing and sandbox it up for your favorite kid (or kid at heart.) We’ve scoured the web and reviewed the Yelpers thoughts to narrow down the best tanbark pit in town. Today, let’s take a look at Berkeley’s Best Playgrounds.
On certain nights every month, neighborhood art galleries throw open their doors to the public. Many offer free wine and small bites, live music and performance art.
The very best of the South Bay’s parks and recreation areas for kids and families.