Bay Area residents are already obsessed with food—put some cannabis in there, and we all go bananas. Unsurprisingly, today's local edibles market is touting all the watchwords of our favorite chefs and restaurants—artisanal, organic, and so on.
Feel like heading down to the Presidio for cider tasting, lining up for free burgers, or checking out a show in Berkeley? Here's what's happening this weekend around the Bay Area.
For those of you who miss the "old San Francisco"—who lament that tech and wealth and gentrification and provincial attitudes have come to replace the weird, funky, groovy, boho, quirky, far-out, thoughtful, sometimes-seedy-in-a-cool-way, really revolutionary vibe of the City by the Bay—we have a special 4/20 tonic for you. Because in case you haven't noticed, there's a movement happening here.
Mixed martial artist Conon McGregor famously said, “Movement is the best form of medication. Any time you move, it makes your brain sharper. It makes your mind sharper.” Sharpen your mind and body with these fabulous East Bay runs.
Want to do your part to clean up the Bay Area this Earth Day? We rounded up just some of the places where you can pick up trash, help pull weeds, or just sweep a sidewalk. Afterwards, celebrate the Earth at one of the many eco-friendly parties happening around town.
If you've spent too much time already wondering where and what to eat for Passover this week, you can breathe a sigh of relief. We've got the skinny on where you can dine out or order in for your most relaxed holiday yet. Happy Pesach!
Craft farmers. Small batch. Sustainability. Those aren’t just buzzwords for pretty much every restaurant in the 7x7—nope, this is the tagline for the world's first major ad campaign for a cannabis brand, and it has sprouted up on Bay Area billboards today—tomorrow, look for them on Muni buses and in the local media, too.
If you never imagined yourself moving to the suburbs, you might just change your mind after looking inside this amazing mansion in the East Bay hills.
On Tuesday, the Oakland City Council voted 5 to 3 to adopt a new city motto that they hope will better reflect what the Town stands for. But, we can't be the only ones who were a little confused when they first saw it, right?
A local marijuana reporter’s field notes and gossip from the intersection of pot, money, and power in the epicentral San Francisco Bay Area.