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City Staycation: A Glamorous Night Downtown

When I was offered the chance to stay at the W Hotel for a night, I was thrilled (who doesn't love a night downtown?) but also a touch apprehensive (rumors swirl of it still being stuck in the late '90s). Much to the relief of my inner spoiled brat, the W is still the place to stay if you want to party, play, and—if you must—sleep. 

Nightlife Guide 2015: Get Tipsy at San Francisco's Best Wine Bars

Craft beer, schmaft schmeer. With our proximity to some of the world's best appellations, wine is still our drink of choice. Look elegant while getting lit at our favorite local wine bars.

5 Bay Area Adventures for Memorial Day Weekend

If you're planning on staying local this holiday weekend, we've got five awesome day trip adventures you need to check out. 

The "Batkid Begins" Official Trailer Is Here!

You might remember Miles Scott, the five-year-old former leukemia patient who captured San Francisco's heart with a wish to be Batman for just one day. Well, now he's getting the Hollywood treatment.

Last-Minute Guide to Bay Area Camping

kirby cove campground

It’s Friday (already?!). And dammit, you want to get outside this weekend. Last-minute camping in the Bay Area may seem as far away as the stars, but life actually ain’t too shabby for us procrastinators.

Oakland Eats: A Honky-Tonk In Jack London Square and the Return of Kingfish

Plus more new drinking destinations and In-N-Out in Alameda.

Weekend Guide: Art at Point Reyes, Sidewalk Sales & Runs with a View

Nothing beats a three day weekend. 

7x7 Book Club: Eugenia Cheng's "How to Bake Pi" and More

Food obsessives who left math behind in high school should consider giving it another try in the form of How to Bake Pi, a thoughtful new book from University of Chicago math professor Eugenia Cheng.

Drink Here Now: Wine, Punch, and a Drag Cabaret

Warning: Drinking may cause memory loss. Or worse, memory loss.

West Coast Getaways: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Hike Along the Golden Coast

California offers a bounty of beauty at every turn. With so many well-known destination spots, as well as oft overlooked gems tucked away behind every curve of Highway 1, there's a perfect adventure for all.

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