As one of the Bay Area's most accessible urban hikes, a climb up San Bruno Mountain has rewards at every twist and turn of the trail. The relative isolation of this steep-sloped, northernmost peak in the Santa Cruz mountain range has created habitat conditions for 14 rare and endangered species. With over 12 miles of trails there's much to see in this special place.
It’s that time of year again! The holidays in SF bring bright lights, temporary ice rinks, and politically correct decorations—but that’s not all.
No doubt San Francisco pops off on New Year’s Eve, but the Wine Country also knows how to let the corks fly in style. This year, take a break from tradition, or start a new one, with a masquerade ball, concert, or romantic night in Napa or Sonoma. Here are some top party picks paired with places stay:
This week's food-world news was dominated by the death of longtime Zuni Cafe chef-owner Judy Rodgers at the age of 57. But a few other things happened, too.
Kevin and Loni met three years ago through Loni's roommate. They both love to escape the busyness of the city and head to Lake Tahoe on the weekends to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. On one of their trips up to South Lake Tahoe, they decided it would be wonderful to get married barefoot on the sand in Emerald Bay.
Italy may be a long haul flight away but the country's exquisite flavors are right in our backyard. Oakland's Lungomare is amping up the winter season with whole animal butchery, wine on tap and a weekly Sunday Winedown, and a savory Italian tradition, the Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes.
Hello Parking Guru,
I just got a copy of your book, and was ecstatic to have found that such a thing exists; however, my reason for finding it is less than desirable. I recently got tagged for not curbing my wheels on a grade, on a street where I have never been cited for this, Brannan at Delancey.
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