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Stargazers' Calendar: See Meteor Showers, Eclipses + More in the Bay Area in 2015

It's been a particularly star-spangled year, with solar and lunar eclipses, a new comet, and an abundance of northern lights. Following last month's double planets (which will occur again later this year), our solar system is delivering a plethora of astronomical events for photographers and stargazers. Mark on your calendars with these can't-miss celestial dates.

NorCal’s Top 10 Gran Fondo and Century Rides

There’s nothing like a 100-mile day spent in the saddle. 

Harness Your Inner Outdoorsy Babe With Trail Mavens Adventures

Heads up, ladies: There's a new way to get in your girl time while also satisfying your itch for adventure and acquiring some cool new skills.

6 Bay Area Landmarks to Cross off Your Bucket List

We all have at least one local landmark that we've yet to cross off our bucket lists. In case you need a little incentive, we’ve made a comprehensive list of iconic local adventures. Cross them all off this weekend! 

Warriors' Harrison Barnes Plays Pick-up Ball in Oakland

While many of the Warriors were caught poppin' bottles of Moët and sippin' Patron after winning the NBA title, forward Harrison Barnes took his celebration to the streets of Oakland. 

Last-Minute Camping for the 4th of July

The great outdoors can get jam packed, especially on holiday weekends. But even if you haven’t planned a single thing, you can still spend the night under the stars this 4th of July!

Trail Titans Is Google Street View for Mountain Climbers

If you've ever dreamed of tackling Half Dome but worry about not seeing the trail beforehand (who wants to hang off of a rock with no idea where to find a foothold?), a new Bayview-based startup might be the answer to your climbing wanderlust.

Where to Plop Poolside in San Francisco

From swanky indoor pools, to heated saltwater baths, here's where to get your swim on in SF.

Sweat SF: Free Mountain Athletics Workouts With The North Face

Whether you're preparing to climb Half Dome or just need the stamina to survive all three days of Outside Lands, the free Mountain Athletics Workouts being offered at Fort Mason and The Yard can help you reach your fitness goals without breaking the bank.

A Modern Guide to the Castro

Along with the recent $4.5 million Castro Street makeover—which brought broader sidewalks, rainbow crosswalks, and bronze plaques honoring LGBT heroes—has come a neighborhood renaissance of sorts, with an influx of artisan coffee shops, retail, and restaurants that cater to foodies. 

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