Tag: Summer

We’re not trying to pick any fights, and we’re definitely not claiming cold brew is better than flash brew or iced coffee, but for those of you who take the cold brew side, we rounded up the best in the city.  The difference between flash brew and cold brew is the preparation time and method. […]
Complete with beaches, hiking, biking, farmers’ markets and fun community events, summer in Marin County is a dream come true. But summer vacation is quickly coming to an end. To help you make the most of these last few weeks, we rounded up the essential, kid-friendly activities to cross off your summer bucket list in […]
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to some of the world’s most beautiful waters—whether you’re atop the water of Tomales Bay, paddling beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, floating along the Russian River, or even kayaking with sea otters further south in Monterey Bay.  Inspired by these natural surroundings, local Bay Area businesses have sprouted […]
This Fourth of July, our communities in San Francisco, East Bay, Peninsula, Silicon Valley, Marin County and California Wine Country are celebrating with countless patriotic events—fireworks included! Whether you’re looking for a parade in your hometown or you want to experience a huge annual fair in another community, there’s something on our list for every […]
Sonoma County may be famous for wine, but that’s certainly not all this region offers. Some of our favorite things about Sonoma include outdoor adventure, live concerts, artisan cheese and spectacular views, too. So, rest assured, this summer guide to Sonoma County includes all of the above and more. Keep reading to start planning your […]
Our hometown hosts thousands of events every year, from summer concert series to epic music festivals, small community gatherings to huge parades, and weekly celebrations to annual carnivals. And some of these events even date back more than 60 years! Seriously, that one is on this list and it’s considered the country’s original outdoor street […]
Initially inspired by New York City’s Central Park, Golden Gate Park quickly grew into its own complete with unique and one-of-a-kind features you can only find here in San Francisco. Plans for the project began in the 1860s but designers and developers had to completely transform the natural landscape, which consisted of ocean dunes covering […]