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San Francisco’s Best TV/ Movie Girlfriends

You might not realize it, but when it comes to female bffs on the screen some of the best relationships took place right here in San Francisco. Here are five of our ideal San Francisco bestie relationships. 1. Mia and Lilly These Princess Diary bffs made...


Your Guide To Bay Area Holiday Events, 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The thermometer is dropping, tinsel is draping the trees, and bright lights are filling the cityscape. There’s no shortage of winter occasions when it comes to theater, art, dance, and all things cultural. Candy canes and...


Clift Hotel’s Seasonal Menu Has Us Buzzing

Clift Hotel’s new executive chef has been busy as a bee putting together a delicious fall/winter menu. On Thursday, Executive Chef Dawn Taylor-Cole unveiled the menu alongside the hotel’s BEEecosystem observation honeybee hive. The hive, a compliment to the hotel’s Rooftop Bee Sanctuary, produces...


9 Everyday BART Heroes (and Villains)

There are three common types of commuters who share the commute experience. Most people are average citizens who realize we’re all in this together, so they try to make it pleasant enough for fellow travelers while not being personally inconvenienced. Average citizens will do...


Brunch Spots You Must Try in Each SF ‘hood

If brunching were an Olympic sport, SF would take the gold every time. Brunch is a sacred ritual to San Franciscans. We will wait hours in line for bottomless mimosas, millionares bacon, and an outdoor table on a rare sunshiney day. Sf is also...



Where To Eat Out On Thanksgiving in San Francisco

Don’t feel like cooking on Thanksgiving? We hear you. Thankfully, not every San Francisco restaurant is taking the day off and many are offering prix fixe menus to make Turkey Day easier. Be warned: most require reservations and reservations do go fast. Here are 10...


Admission to Every National Park is Free This Weekend

The National Park Service is waiving admission to all parks this weekend in honor of Veterans Day. Considering a current proposal could double the cost of visiting these national treasures you might want to change any plans you have and get out into the...


Harvey’s Halo Lights Up The Castro

The Castro was alive with light and festivity Wednesday night as San Franciscans gathered to honor California’s first openly gay supervisor. Forty years ago, on November 8, 1977, Harvey Milk was elected to serve San Francisco’s fifth district. His life was cut short one year later...