Tag: Things to Do
Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, a birthday or an anniversary, gift giving gives us an excuse to spoil our friends and family, an opportunity to shop local, and a reason to challenge ourselves. Can you outdo last year’s gift? With our help, you definitely can. To take gift giving up a notch, we rounded up a […]
With more than 25 neighborhoods and 55,000 residents, San Rafael is the oldest, largest and most culturally diverse city in Marin and also boasts some of the region’s best weather. Over the decades, the community has combined its revitalized downtown district, college atmosphere, film and technology sector, artistic culture and outdoor activities into a one-stop-shop [&hellip...
You’ve probably heard the words cryotherapy, CBD and gold leaf facials, but have you ever thought about trying one of these trendy treatments for yourself? Backed by modern science and global traditions that span thousands of years, local day spas and wellness centers have been making old-world treatments new again for decades here in San […]
San Francisco hosts more than 25 million visitors every year which makes it one of the country’s most visited cities. And, if you spend a day or two surrounded by our city’s iconic Victorian homes, eclectic food scene and urban, artistic culture, it’s easy to find out why so many people want to be here. […]
If you know anything about San Francisco, you know it’s filled with public art, from colossal statues to colorful alleys. On its own, the Mission District is home to more than 500 painted murals (which you can see virtually on SF Mural Arts). But the beautification of our community and the preservation of that art, […]
Boasting a population of over 200,000 residents, Fremont has been ranked the fourth most populous city in Alameda County, and it’s easy to see why people want to make this charming city their home. The neighborhoods offer everything from bustling suburban character to the historically charming enclave of Niles. Altogether, the community is especially known […]
The Presidio in San Francisco is often visited as one of the best places in the city to view the Golden Gate Bridge. But tourists and locals alike would be missing out on some of SF’s most interesting history, best eateries and outstanding hikes if that’s all you came for. To help you make the […]