San Francisco Arts & Culture
Looking for an educational getaway for you or your family? These East Bay museums will entertain without breaking the bank.
San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf has long been known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Take a daytrip tour of this world-famous landmark and discover its history, colorful characters and of course, great places to eat
Get festive and explores some of the Bay Area’s hottest festivals. From Outside Lands Music Fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park to Oakland’s Eat Real Street Food Festival and the Sausalito Art Festival, join us as we cover the Bay Area’s best summer festivals.
Whether you’re a long-time opera fan or a new one, there’s plenty to choose from in the Bay Area opera scene in 2012.
This year’s San Francisco International Film Festival, held April 19 – May 3, is chock-full of world premieres and amazing films from around the world. Learn more about the festival and some of its featured events.
If you like to hike, bike, picnic, laugh, swoon or sing, there’s something for you in San Francisco theater this spring.
From the Easter Parade to the Berkeley Bay Festival, this year holds some promising events. Promenade your Easter bonnet at the Union Street Festival or strut your twisted attire at the costume contest at the 101st Zazzle Bay to Breakers.
It’s an age-old conundrum when parents face long weekends and big birthday parties: how to entertain the whole family. Fortunately, inspired, stimulating entertainment that will pique and please all ages abounds in the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Art Commission fosters original, quality art created in San Francisco by providing affordable space in accessible, world class locations.
The Scrapbook Expo comes to the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton for two days on March 16 and 17, 2012. See 150 booths featuring paper crafts and specialties.