Families in the Bay Area can make a day’s outing around their Christmas tree haul, enjoying hayrides, Santa trains, elf workshops, puppet shows, farmyard animals and complimentary snacks and hot drinks which add to the festive atmosphere for all ages.
Escorting mother out to enjoy the city is perhaps her fondest wish for the day, so we’ve included a list of great places for all ages to enjoy together on the second Sunday in May.
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.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, attend a festival or two in the East Bay. You can be sure of good times and good food for young and old, and even for Rover.
In a city that’s truly a collection of neighborhoods, it’s fun to dip your toe into another ‘hood every once in a while. Pick up the hyper-local vibes when you visit these watering holes.
Check out these spots for great eats and drinks on Cinco de Mayo, all in the spirit of the celebration.
The East Bay has a good number of great bike shops, especially in Oakland, so find the one that makes you the happiest.
Here are a few picks of East Bay up-and-coming artists we’ve noticed are getting lots of attention.
What a pleasure for art lovers to spend a few hours together in these places.
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.