A couple of weeks ago I posted the some of the highlights of the most recent San Francisco transportation numbers.
I’ve received more than a few requests for more numbers, so here is SFMTA Greatest Hits, the B-Sides:
In case you hadn't heard, there's a lot going on in the Bayview neighborhood lately. The Bold Italic just ran a nice roundup of what to do out there, and their guide comes just in time for next week's 3rd on Third art and music celebration. What started as a plan to toast the murals along the Third Street Corridor soon turned into a full-blown block party when the Stern Grove Festival joined the SF Arts and Public Utilities Commissions to launch "Grove on the Road."
In San Francisco we can have it all, but not in one place. We work out à la carte, going one place for our yoga, another for our Pilates, and way over there for our much-needed massage. It’s a perfectly curated, but totally inconvenient (and super exhausting), fitness experience.
In another part of town, at the intersection of California and Presidio, locals are enjoying customized and convenient fitness in the comfort of community. They’re parking in an underground garage, dropping their children off at childcare, meeting their friends for a power-up smoothie at the onsite café and checking in to the JCCSF Fitness Center–a lifestyle gym that meets all their needs, all in one place.
Welcome to our weekly 'Ask a Vet from the SF SPCA' feature on 7x7.com. Dr. Jeannine Berger, DVM, DACVB is a board certified veterinary behaviorist who counsels guardians whose pets’ issues are beyond the scope of training. Think of her as a pet shrink…at your service. Ask your own questions in the comments!
Last week, we showed you our female favorites from the hip Lower Haight boutique. Now, here's one for the boys.
The season is winding down at the American Conservatory Theater, with its productions of Arcadia and Black Watch both set to close this weekend; and at the Magic Theatre, where the American premiere of Mark O'Rowe's Terminus closes Sunday as well. But across the Bay there is still stuff happening at Berkeley Rep and CalShakes, with the latter having just kicked off its summer season last week, and a small S.F. company is doing Sondheim's great fairy tale mashup, Into the Woods.
Eating healthy and vacation don’t often mix. It’s hard to stay committed to the exercise routine when you’re on the road, but it’s getting harder for travelers to make excuses.
SFO’s Terminal 2 has a yoga room just past the security checkpoint where passengers can exercise and maybe even get some piece and quiet. More and more hotels are helping folks bend, breathe and stay healthy by adding yoga to their menu of must-dos.
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