Laurie Jo Miller Farr
Everybody loves a bargain. In addition to the best places for stylish used furniture in the South Bay, we’ve compiled suggestions for savvy shoppers in San Francisco, North Bay and East Bay.
Do spring break with the family right this year with a trip to one of these nearby destinations.
When a day off from school unexpectedly appears on the calendar, it would be a shame to spend it on doing errands when the wonders of the city await.
It’s a long way from Athens and it cannot hold a candle to Chicago’s Greektown, but the East Bay has its share of small gyro and souvlaki spots, and some stars among them.
If you’re having more than one bridesmaid, you’ll be thinking about the best places for bridesmaid dresses for every budget in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Here are some great places to start looking.
Spring in Northern California isn’t defined by hot weather, but the probability of sunny days is high. So outdoor adventures near the Bay Area deserve a place on the list of cool places to go and fun things to do between semesters.
Recover from Valentine’s Day and head straight into Mardi Gras. It’s a busy time of year with Mardi Gras falling on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 and Lunar New Year commencing just two days later. Costume masks and beads at the ready, it’s not too soon to think about where you’ll party and with whom.
Although still a young city at the western edge of a young nation, some of San Francisco’s landmarks are connected to events prior to the year 1776. Of course, the best historic landmark of all are the 1,200-year-old coastal redwoods of Muir Woods. But a few more recent landmarks are worth mentioning as well.
Have you noticed that Valentine’s Day is on a Saturday in 2015? Get a date sorted out so you can hold hands at a sock hop, tap your toes to some jazz, giggle at a comedy club or delight at San Francisco’s longest running musical.
No one can possibly tag ‘the best,’ but we can shout out a few among the threads in the rich tapestry that is the San Francisco jazz scene.