Will your New Year's Eve event of choice be lit? We sorted through all the options and can confidently attest that the following concerts are pre-approved, fully certifiable, awesome.
San Francisco is responsible for cooking up some of the greatest chefs and sommeliers in the world. As this talented group grows, and the competition thickens, it's high time we highlighted a few rockstar women who have really made an impression on the city this year. Pay attention to these names, they’ll become household ones in no time.
Crammed onto San Francisco's smallest lot (a measly 644 sq. ft.) this single-family home has hit the market with a bang, bringing new meaning to the saying, "good things come in small packages."
Before we get to this week’s New Year’s Eve shows, let’s have a look at what else is on tap.
Per holiday tradition, it's customary to deck your house with loads of bright lights and ornamentation. Sadly, not many homes in San Francisco can do this, at least compared to the gaudiness that suburbia affords, but of those that do, they do it well.
For many, Christmas Day is all about Jesus. For a chosen few, it's just another day off work. If you're not taking part in the time-honored tradition of gaudy holiday hysteria and early morning gifting under a shedding pine tree, here are a few choice ways to spend the day in San Francisco.
While Christmas Day is typically one spent inside curled up by the fire, it’s also nice to get outside for a few hours for some fresh air with the fam. These five afternoon adventures only require enough energy to get the blood flowing and earn a long afternoon nap back at home.
Now that Thanksgiving is done, it's time to saturate yourself with copious amounts of unbridled holiday cheer. String up your strands of twinkly white lights. Get your pocketbook ready for Small Business Saturday. And bombarded your eardrums with glorious Christmas music. To help, we've complied and ranked the top 10 modern holiday songs.
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