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San Francisco City Hall Celebrates 100 Years in June

To celebrate San Francisco City Hall's 100th birthday, this week Mayor Edwin Lee announced a City Hall Centennial Celebration befitting such a majestic landmark.

5 Bay Area Adventures for Memorial Day Weekend

If you're planning on staying local this holiday weekend, we've got five awesome day trip adventures you need to check out. 

We Wanna Be Friends With Yigit Pura, Pastry God

Pastry chef Yigit Pura is a busy guy. Owner of Tout Sweet Patisserie inside Macy's Union Square, Pura recently opened his second store at Town & Country Village in Palo Alto, as well as a kiosk at the Ferry Building Farmers Market. But, since we love him and he loves us, Pura gave us a few minutes of his time to answer our burning questions. Eat him up!

In a Sunset Garage, the Most Beautiful Guitars Are Made

(Photography by Joseph Jafaari)

It wasn’t quite an accident; it wasn’t quite on purpose, either. At least that’s the way Nick Pourfard explains how he was able to achieve the strikingly unique colors in the electrical guitars he designs for his business, Prisma Guitars.

What to Do in Golden Gate Park

Even larger than New York's Central Park, Golden Gate Park is iconic for its 1,000-plus acres of hidden meadows, waterfalls, lakes, redwood trees, gardens, museums and more. Here's your comprehensive to-do list in SF's beloved green oasis. 

Five New Restaurants to Check out Now

Looking for somewhere new to eat? Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town.

Navigating the Treasure: What to Buy at SF's Best Vintage Stores

Navigating the sprinkling of vintage stores in the City can be daunting if you don't know where to look for your next big score. We're here to help decipher the best items each top store has to offer.

The Ultimate Urban Hike: Ocean Beach to the Presidio

Lace up your sneakers to take in the many sights (and snacks!) along the way.

Woodcut Artist Tom Killion Captures the Magic of the California Coast

A new exhibition, California’s Wild Edge: The Coast in Prints, Poetry and History, is the best reason to visit the San Francisco Public Library this May.

What Will Become of the Palace of Fine Arts?

One-hundred years ago, an architect by the name of Bernard Maybeck (you may have heard of him) designed the Palace of Fine Arts for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Expo and World Fair. Today, it is on the market, so to speak, with SF Rec and Park requesting proposals for longterm tenants who could transform the landmark for private-public use.

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