Laurie Jo Miller Farr
Keep yourself manicured and smooth with these great San Francisco waxing salons.
Dedicate a couple of hours to an art walk this season to appreciate what the Bay Area has to offer. Many guided walks are free of charge.
These resort spas don’t require an overnight stay or resort fee, but do offer unique selling points in addition to top-notch massage treatments.
A 2015 New Year’s resolution to read more books could be made all the more interesting by including several of the best books ever written in and about the City by the Bay.
Grooming matters and hands are noticed. Men and women alike can feel like a million bucks for a tiny fraction of that sum by investing in a good manicure that’s chemical-free.
Honor Martin Luther King Jr. with these Bay Area celebrations.
High-quality, all-natural and organic are principles prioritized in health and beauty products made in the Bay Area. Many are deserving of attention and customer support; here are several to know about.
San Francisco’s art highlights this spring cover plenty of interests, including masterpieces on loan from Scotland’s fine art museums and a fabulous 20th century dress collection on loan from New York City’s Metropolitan and Brooklyn museums.
Check out these retailers around San Francisco to pick up your new winter coat.
From postcards to porcelain, museum gift shops are great shopping emporiums for the more unusual items. Remember that admission is free even if you’re not buying museum admission. To while away the hours in San Francisco’s top museum gift shops is a delight.