Start your Turkey Day off on the right foot with some outdoor exercise at these local favorites. We’ve provided multiple options depending on how much extra pie you’re looking to earn.
In the über-posh world of new San Francisco, vip bon vivants look to see and be seen slipping into members-only clubs and secret party rooms off limits to the madding crowd. Have you received your invitation yet?
A vigorous ascent into the Berkeley and Oakland Hills offers spectacular views of San Francisco, the Peninsula, and Mt. Tamalpais. Combine this with a quiet, vehicle free climb into little-known Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and we think you'll have a new favorite Sunday ride.
Looking to spend some weekend time on a bit of coast more expansive than Ocean Beach? Just an hour north is Point Reyes, home to some of the best cheese, oysters, and coastal hiking in the Bay Area. Here are some of our favorite things to do outdoors on this national seashore:
Rain and fog has—at last!—returned to San Francisco. And what better way to cheer up dull skies than with a bunch of gorgeous flowers? Here are the best places in SF to beautify your space with some splashes of color.
Looking for somewhere off the beaten path to take your lunch today? Due to some smart city developments, we here in San Francisco are fortunate to have over 50 privately owned public open spaces (POPOS) tucked away on roof tops, in alleys, behind buildings, or in foyers, and available to anyone.
'Tis the season to over-indulge and put on a few pounds. Whether you want to make sure you stay in shape during the holidays or jump-start a resolution to get fit in 2015, training for a sprint triathlon may be just the incentive you need. Put these three beginner-friendly tris on your calendar.
In a city where feeling the effects of Karl the Fog is the closest we get to a winter wonderland, these seven ice skating rinks are guaranteed to make your holiday season a little more chill. Break the ice on a first date, go solo and practice your Olympic figure skating moves, or rally family and friends to what are literally the coolest spots around.
Mario and Erma DeLucchi were running late to the auction. It was 1978, and the historic Fox Theatre in Oakland was going up for sale at any moment. One company wanted to turn it into a parking lot, but the DeLucchi family were determined to save it. Mario dropped off his wife so she could get inside while he searched for parking. She arrived just in time to win a bid on the Fox for $340,000.