San Francisco
Cloudy
55°F
Sign in or Register

Guides News

5 New Sunny Spots for East Bay Al Fresco Dining

5 New Sunny Spots for East Bay Al Fresco Dining

Sun’s out, hamburger buns out! While San Francisco frequently loses its summer to the Marin Layer, the East Bay has been enjoying non-stop sunshine, pretty much since February. Sun plus pleasant temperatures equal dining outdoors, pets and friends in tow, and every year, a fresh crop…

Continue reading →

5 Treasure Island Food & Drink Spots Worth the Trip from Either Side of the Bay

5 Treasure Island Food & Drink Spots Worth the Trip from Either Side of the Bay

Call it a coincidence, but ever since the Treasure Island Flea rebranded itself into Treasurefest and moved across the island, the culinary options nearby it magically improved. Also new spots have opened on the island, luring people from both sides of the Bay to take…

Continue reading →

18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

18 Bay to Breakers Costume Ideas to Get You Inspired for 2018’s Big Race

Bay to Breakers, the biggest race through the heart of San Francisco, is happening this Sunday, May 20th. And if you aren’t a total newb to the city, then you probably know this is a day that brings both serious runners to the course, as…

Continue reading →

Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House is gearing up for their 33rd annual art auction, a key fundraiser for their year-round outreach and community building missions, including their Community Arts Program. This non-profit tirelessly supports San Francisco’s Tenderloin, Sixth Street Corridor, and Mid-Market neighborhoods and has created positive change…

Continue reading →

8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and you know you’ll want to celebrate. This year, a fun coincidence led to the holiday’s union with the Kentucky Derby, resulting in refreshing combos of mint juleps and tacos all over town. Where to toast with margaritas, lick paletas,…

Continue reading →

May Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

May Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

The month of May serves up a mixed, multicultural buffet of movies. There’s a documentary by an anthropologist-filmmaker about a California boy who joins his mother in Mexico. There are two sci-fi/fantasies, one by a prolific underground film director, and the other by an Afrofuturist jazz…

Continue reading →

Record Store Day 2018: 15 Surprises & Top Picks

Record Store Day 2018: 15 Surprises & Top Picks

This year, Record Store Day (RSD) celebrates the 11th consecutive year of recognizing music, musicians, and independent record stores worldwide. On April 21, thousands of vinyl record shops will offer one-day-only special releases from both old and new artists, including legendary names, iconic live performances,…

Continue reading →

Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

While AT&T Park has proven to have plenty of foodie options within its premises, if you want to celebrate a victory after the next Giants game, or catch up around a table, then you’ll need to search the neighborhood. Luckily, Mission Bay and the streets around…

Continue reading →

The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide

The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide

San Francisco is one of the best places to celebrate 420. SF Bay Area venues and public parks are hosting stoner-friendly performances and gatherings in the days around the marijuana holiday, setting the mood for some stoney festivities, beyond the annual Hippie Hill gathering. Here’s…

Continue reading →

Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Free San Francisco Street Fairs and Festivals 2018

Spring in San Francisco means festival season has officially arrived. From April through October, a variety of free events are held in neighborhoods throughout the city.     APRIL April 14-22: Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival For two weekends, Japantown welcomes spring with the Northern…

Continue reading →

The Essential Guide: Coachella 2018 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

The Essential Guide: Coachella 2018 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

Coachella is fast-approaching and with it, a number of artists on this year’s lineup will also be playing shows in the SF Bay Area. Each year, either before, in-between, or after the premier two-weekend festival in the Indio desert, you’ll find these artists in the Bay…

Continue reading →

April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Not everyone gets to go to film school, but when you live in the SF Bay Area there’s no lack of immersion and education when it comes to local and international films, from both the past and present. All this month, there are back to…

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →