SF Traveler Personality Types: Insider Tips from a Foodie, an Adventurer, a Spirituality Seeker and a Road Tripper
Bay Area dwellers travel like they do everything else—passionately and competitively, with a willingness to go to the ends of the earth. Here are expert tips from four San Francisco traveler personality types.
The amount of local design talent throughout California is truly vast, but opportunities to see these artists and their work up close and in person–as opposed to over the interwebs–are far harder to come by. That's why I was quick to RSVP for next week's Local by Design event here in San Francisco. What's Local by Design, you say? Read more
The showcase house is almost open and a bevy of designers have been rushing to add the finishing touches to their stunning rooms. From all the wonderful designs we are featuring a few of our favorites here.
First up is an elegant, modern and cheeky take on one of the hardest working rooms in any house—the bathroom. Read more
Because my meager oar-rific experience consists of renting kayaks by the hour in Lake Tahoe and, um, being up sh*t creek without a paddle—an all-too-familiar occurence in my life—I'm thinking about checking out the Bay Area PaddleFest this weekend at the Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area in Fremont. Think of it as speed-dating for people interested in courting the kayak, the canoe or the paddleboard. The schedule is jam-packed with on-land and on-water clinics that range from the super basics (The Forward Stroke and Cartopping 101) to more advanced pursuits (Rolling Class and Kayak Fishing).
Though we're devout yoga enthusiasts (yogi makes us cringe), we always struggle to find the perfect gear for our practice.
So this Sunday's Wanderlust Music + Yoga festival at the Fillmore presented us with a much needed challenge: finding the perfect balance between crunchy and hipster aerobics. And since after the practice, led by world-renowned Shiva Rea no less, the mats are swept aside for a concert from Rupa and the April Fishes, we needed an outfit that could transition accordingly.
“If you want to have your situation fixed, you have to start dating,” a girlfriend tells Jane, setting the mechanics of her story in motion. “Anyone!”
Jane is a frustrated divorcée, played by the incomparable Meryl Streep, who warily watches her cheating ex Jake (Alec Baldwin) make off with his much-younger mistress turned wife (Lake Bell) as if going through some stereotypical midlife crisis. There’s still a spark between them – a family reunion leads them back to the bedroom after 10 years of separation – but is Jake still the one?
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