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Environmental Photog Edward Burtynsky Receives Art/Act Award + Exhibit at David Brower Center

Thanks to this drought, the grass isn't so green in California anymore. But as TED Prize–winning photographer Edward Burtynsky will show in his upcoming exhibit at Berkeley's David Brower Center, water depletion is a global problem. The grass isn't really greener on the other side.

Neighborhood Guide: What to Do in Mid-Market

Over the past few years, a slew of developments along San Francisco’s grandest thoroughfare has led to the recent minting of a shiny new Mid-Market neighborhood. The seven-block stretch of Market Street, between Van Ness and 5th Street, is relishing renewed vitality, with the openings of killer markets, restaurants, bars, culture and more. Here's your Mid-Market to-do list.

The 5 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in San Francisco

While lamenting the rising cost of rent in the Mission and Hayes Valley has become as ubiquitous and old news as $4 toast, the cost of living in San Francisco's already-priciest neighborhoods has skyrocketed 14.5 percent in the last year alone, Bisnow reports. Willing to shell it out to live among the rich and famous? Start looking in these five 'hoods.

How to Spend 50 Perfect Hours in Walnut Creek

Never been as far east as Walnut Creek? Both Walnut Creek and Concord (only about 30-40 minutes away from San Francisco) are filled with fun attractions for the whole family including top-line restaurants and beautiful outdoor activities.

5 Easy Outdoor Adventures For This Weekend

Looking for something fun to do this weekend, but not interested in serious planning? Keep it easy and outdoorsy with these five amazing local outings.

Where to Play Bar Games in the Bay Area

The Bay Area’s got game. A recent boom in bar diversions means you can pair your beers with bocce ball or your cocktails with Candyland. Here’s a list of our top bar games along with our favorite spots to play them. 

The 5 Best Tacos In the Mission

You already know that tacos are your favorite food in the whole world, but did you know that tacos derive their name from explosives used by silver miners in Mexico in the late 1800s?

The Armory Goes from Kink HQ to San Francisco's Newest Music Venue

It's time to trade in your whips and chains for concert tickets and overpriced G&Ts. 

Property Porn: Rich Hippies Will Love This $4.5M Ashbury Heights Home

Modern hippies, marijuana smoke, and fabulous historic homes comingle in Ashbury Heights, where this 1908 Mission Revival home, priced just under $5 million, is a little bit Grateful Dead and little bit royal court. 

Lost Fresco From 1930 Uncovered at San Francisco Art Institute

Like something out of a Nick Cage movie, the San Francisco Art Institute has just uncovered a fresco, by a San Francisco artist, that had been lost and forgotten for the past 85 years.

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