There was a lot of fact and fiction flying around this weekend over an alleged “1,000-person gathering to celebrate Burning Man” at Ocean Beach Saturday night that shamed Burners in the national news and drew a stern Sunday morning rebuke from Mayor London Breed. SFGate described it as “A crowd
San Francisco is 49 square miles of unique neighborhoods and beautiful natural environments, each with their own histories, personalities and characteristics.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Record-setting high temperatures continued into Monday across the Bay Area. 2019’s first major heatwave broke the temp record for Monday June 10th with a high of 97 degrees in San Francisco, the high used to be 88 degrees (set in 1985). The normal high temperature for San Francisco on a
While the rest of the Northern Hemisphere is blowing sad kisses to their shorts and sundresses while mournfully closing the drawers their summer clothes live in, San Franciscans are taking off as much clothing as possible and running outside.
Baker Beach, San Francisco CA Now that spring is here and presumably more warm weather, you may find yourself going to Baker Beach in the Presidio. You’ve got your beach towel, your jam box, your cooler full of tasty beverages…but it just doesn’t feel like enough. You want to feel
Baker Beach has some charm to it. Well, a lot of charm. It might even verge on the spectacular, what with that huge red bridge in full view. It has the thrust of Burning Man history behind it, a good crowd of pantsless, furry men, even (according to our friend
i. Wine at FourBarrel for Brett Walker‘s art opening. “Self-Titled,” a collection of his photos, will be up on the walls to look at for FREE until November 29th. ii. This song. It haunts me. [youtube N_atFMCUJ1o] iii. Reading these fascinating posts by a man who spent two years in