Singer-songwriter is the featured speaker at Monticello’s 51st annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony…
Pow! Bang! Boom! No 4th of July celebration would be complete without a nighttime spectacle of fireworks. Read on for a list of the five best places to view fireworks in the North Bay.
Everyone loves a party and when it comes to the Fourth of July, the Bay Area celebrates it in grand style. As in years past, Independence Day 2013 has many options for great food, interactive fun, live entertainment and fireworks.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
Nothing like a good old fashion “end of the world” movie to cozy-up to near a roaring fire. For now, check out the best apocalyptic films made, voted by you…
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Enjoy an outside patio or rooftop bar while stealing glimpses of the vibrant skyline this 4th of July.
The survey by AAA projects nearly 5 million Californians to head out of town for the July 4 holiday.
It’s the number one question every Fourth of July: Where will you watch the fireworks this year?
America’s traditional colors are red, white and blue, and you can take your Fourth of July picnic, barbeque or pool party to the next level by serving Independence Day themed cuisine!