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Scenes of the City: Black Tie Ocean Beach Party

For this week's Scenes of the City, we headed out to Ocean Beach on Sunday for the annual Black Tie Beach Party.

Hike the Rugged Bluffs of Mori Point

Occupying a sentinel position at the southern Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Mori Point sits upon a rugged coastal promontory south of Pacifica in San Mateo County. Offering all types of hiking, its 110 acres are home to the San Francisco garter snake, once North America’s most endangered reptile as well as red-legged frogs and amazing spring wildflower blooms. 

Sweat SF: Everything You Need To Know About Pop Physique

Don't be scared off by Pop Physique's butt-tastic website—beneath the LA-burnished facade of teeny-tiny, barely clad tushes is a workout that'll leave you sweaty and panting, but eventually able to dash up a broken BART escalator with far greater ease.

Scenes of the City: Suisun Bay's Mothball Fleet

For this week's Scenes of the City, we escaped to the northwest side of Suisun Bay, just outside San Francisco, where a fleet of ships from the U.S.'s naval past is slowly disappearing.

Explore Rural Sonoma and Marin Cycling Valley Ford Road

Finding a new place to ride is one of the many delights of cycling. The rolling hills and dairy pastures of northwestern Marin County and southern Sonoma offer some of the best opportunities to meander through untraveled roads, find solitude, and admire classic California landscapes.

Sweat SF: Everything You Need To Know About SoulCycle

SoulCycle is the toughest workout you’ll ever love. Founded in New York in 2006, the body-rebuilding spinning-meets-support-group craze didn’t hit the Bay Area until 2013. Since then, it’s developed a rabid following in San Franciscans like Jaime Gagliardi, who describes the workout as a “Dance Party + Therapy + Triple Espresso while burning hundreds of calories.” How could we not try it after a plug like that?

Scenes of the City: Abandoned Anchor Glass Company

For this week's Scenes of the City, we visited a spooky old glass factory in the delta town of Antioch. Anchor Glass Factory (1400 W 4th Street) was demolished recently, but for some time it was a photographer's and explorer's haven. Like most abandoned industrial sites, it almost seems like everyone clocked out one Friday and just never came back, leaving behind magazines, boots, and tools.

Hike Maisie's Peak for Spectacular South Bay Views

A short drive and a mildly strenuous hike deliver great rewards at one of the South Bay's most accessible open spaces. Located on the western, urban fringe of Santa Clara County, the Fremont Older Open Space Preserve protects over 739 rugged acres.

Scenes of the City: The New SoMa West Skate Park

For this week's Scenes of the City we stopped by the newest park in the city—SoMa West Skate Park and Dog Play area.

Cycling Napa Valley's Winery Circuit

engaging valley views to be found near the Silverado Trail

While wineries have always been the biggest attraction in Napa, cycling in the valley and the surrounding mountains has gained traction as a choice destination activity in its own right. Whether it be a day trip for locals cyclists or a week-long organized tour, here's how to cycle the winery circuit. 

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