For our column Jams We Love, we're turning you onto the songs that keep us going every day. Ok winter, you've reared your ugly head by exposing us thin-skinned Californians to temps in the 30s and 40s (gasp!) and there was even talk of, wait for it... a half-inch of snow in the Peninsula (yikes!). The first sign of our city's cherished 60-degree weather is next Saturday, so we'll wait patiently and listen to these songs devoted to chilly climate, shifting seasons, and all things cold.
With the death of longtime Zuni Café chef-owner Judy Rodgers last week, there's been a lot of talk about her iconic wood-oven roast chicken and bread salad. It's a comforting, beautifully simple dish, as full of juiciness and balance as when she created it in 1988. But it's hardly the only signature of the restaurant.
Originally published on California Home + Design
This holiday, Northern Californians can tuck into a turkey dinner with the accompanying mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie knowing that tomorrow they can burn it all off in one of the three recently opened SoulCycle studios in Larkspur, San Francisco, or Palo Alto.
The San Francisco Chapter of the Links—one of the city's oldest and pre-eminient organizations with over six decades of service to the community—held a wonderful benefit concert at the luminous SFJAZZ Center, where the artistry of jazz blended with healing rhythms to create an intergenerational experience that touched the heart, soul, and spirit.
For only the second time this season, someone’s got it better than Seattle.
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.
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