Tag: Things to Do
Marin County spans from the northernmost tip of the Golden Gate Bridge in Sausalito all the way up north to Tomales and Dillon Beach. Characterized by its easy-going nature, open spaces and proximity to the water, it’s the perfect place for hikers, families, retirees and anyone looking for a small-town atmosphere just across the bridge […]
Unlike dogs, you can, in fact, teach an old human new tricks. But by old, we just mean adults of all ages, and by tricks, we mean fine, industrial and creative arts! As one of the country’s cultural and artistic hubs, the Bay Area has been producing jaw-dropping works for decades — covering everything from acrylic […]
Science and art museums have been a cultural staple for centuries, acting as educational centers for all ages. However, these places often require reading comprehension, historical knowledge and other higher-level skills which are more suitable for adults, young adults and teens than they are for infants and toddlers. But in recent years, as we’ve learned […]
There are multiple neighborhoods in San Francisco that claim to be the city’s historic center for music and live entertainment. We’ve heard it of both the Tenderloin and the Fillmore District, and Hayes Valley is home to the SFJAZZ Center which is known as the first free-standing building in America built for jazz performance and […]
Northern California is a hotbed (literally) for natural, mineral hot springs. Originally used by Native Americans, the mineral waters that now feed into area resorts and hike-in pools have been healing and rejuvenating soakers for centuries. Because these waters have countless health benefits and often offer serene surroundings, they’re extremely popular as relaxation getaway...
It’s no secret we love where we live here in the Bay Area. It’s basically all we blog about. Not only do we get to call one of the world’s most iconic cities our hometown, we’re also within driving distance of world-class surfing, skiing, hiking and wine drinking! We know, we’d be jealous too. To […]
Robert Redford once said, “San Franciscans are very proud of their city, and they should be. It’s the most beautiful place in the world.” Personally, we don’t think anything truer has ever been spoken. In 2018, we’re celebrating the beauty, the history, the arts and the icons that make our city the global landmark that […]