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If it’s winter in the Bay Area, you know we’re all talking about Dungeness crab: who’s fishing it, who’s cooking it, and who makes the best. The fishing season for this sweet crab is typically open from November through June which means local restaurants can often offer whole roast crabs through the winter and sometimes […]
If you’re under the impression you can’t get a freshly cut Christmas tree in the bustling Bay Area, we’re happy to inform you you’re wrong. In fact, our community’s tree farms and lots offer some of the freshest trees around. Seven places on our list offer choose and cut trees which means you can cut […]
The holiday season in the Bay Area brings even more celebration, food and theatre to our communities (if you can believe it). From San Francisco to Marin County over to the East Bay and through the Peninsula, you can join in the fun at fairs, festivals, races, wonderlands, light displays and world-class productions. To help […]
Winter may be coming, but you don’t need to use the seasons as an excuse to hibernate in these master bedrooms. Each one offers perfect reasons to cozy up and stay in, from dramatic design to natural light to soaking tubs. Some of them even have all three! Every home on this list is on […]
Sure, Halloween and the month of October bring us scary ghouls, monsters and ghosts (and here in one the most haunted cities in the country, there are a lot to encounter). But for those of us who want a less spooky holiday, there are also plenty of family-friendly events featuring the other things we love […]
As one of the country’s oldest and most storied places, San Francisco is often called the most haunted city in the United States. After all, we’re home to some of the most notorious neighborhoods, legendary businesses and Alcatraz Island. If you want to explore some of these in person, we recommend checking out 15 Haunted […]
Not surprisingly, the Bay Area is home to countless record setters and record breakers—from residents who love jelly donuts to trees that have been growing for centuries and everything in between. Whether they’re manmade like Lombard Street and the Bay Bridge, nature-made, or are simply a result of our passionate and impressive locals, these Guinness […]