Sitting high above the Town in Oakland's Claremont hills, this futuristic abode is asking a whopping $21M.
From San Francisco classic Bullitt to the depiction of a 1970s Castro district in Milk, seeing a movie that takes place in San Francisco really makes us burst with City pride. Here are 7 San Francisco-based movies you might not have heard of yet, but are sure to make you love SF even more.
After the Treasure Island Music Festival has—at last—come to an end, we at least have a the following primo gigs to look forward to.
With the Giants headed to the World Series, all the chatter in the media is about Brandon Belt’s homers, Brandon Crawford’s extraordinary plays at short stop, the speed of Tim Lincecum’s fastball – and other such jockish preoccupations.
What no one in the media mentions, except in random unguarded moments, is the fact that they, as a team, are ridiculously, torridly, HOT.
Ditch the gym and enjoy some fresh air. You'll thank us later.
As Indian summer fades into the San Franciscso sunset, the cooler weather prompts us to reach for warmer gear and warming beers. We find ourselves bypassing the lighter, summer beer styles and stocking up on Harvest or Fall brews: maltier ales with a tad more alcohol and a bit of spice. And while pumpkin beers generally fall into this category - Almanac Beer Co. and 21st Amendment Brewery offer excellent local choices - we thought we would explore some squash-free beers that both celebrate and pair well with Autumn.
In her 1984 autobiography, Diana Vreeland wrote that "Scent, although you can't see it, is as important to a well-turned-out woman as her makeup, her nail varnish, her pearls..."
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