Less than a year after debuting its Mission District location, HAUM — the queer-owned, community-driven yoga studio currently at 2973 16th Street — is set to open its second studio inside the closed Yoga Tree Stanyan space (780 Stanyan Street).
Announced on Earth Day last week, SF Parks Alliance — San Francisco’s only citywide nonprofit dedicated to the municipality’s parks — relaunched its Heart Your Parks campaign that first debuted in 2020 to celebrate and show appreciation for SF’s 220 parks and open spaces.
Brickyard Cove became the newest public space inside the 1,833-acre McLaughlin Eastshore State Park over the weekend, adding a list of amenities — picnic tables, walking paths, bike racks, and more — to the area, as well as easier access to the SF Bay Trail.
To show gratitude for the store’s loyal customer base and support local writers, Bookshop West Portal is kicking off its weekend live-reading series Sunday, March 6, which will run until the end of the month.
Amusingly named Meta Park, a 2.2-acre new bit of green space at the end of Chilco Street in Menlo Park debuted this past weekend to the public, featuring a sloped grass lawn and access to the 350-mile-long San Francisco Bay Trail.
Van Cleef & Arpels — a centuries-old jewelry chain founded in Paris — and the luxury fashion company Chanel recently acquired new retail store locations in Union Square that are set to debut this year, each real estate investment existing as a sign that downtown SF is rebounding.
Perhaps best known for its packaged chips and salsas, Casa Sanchez became San Francisco’s 100th legacy business back in 2017 — and its longtime location at 2778 24th Street might soon be recognized as a City landmark.
For the first time since 2019, nearly 600 bird watchers will take to Bay Area parks, shorelines, and their backyards over the next two weeks for the Golden Gate Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC).
What was once a SoMa pop-up restaurant in 2019, SF Chickenbox has since grown into a fully-fledged eatery with a permanent location at 464 Broadway. But without needed renovations, the North Beach business could go the way of the dodo bird.
Rose Pizzeria — the East Bay pizza joint that was initially expected to debut earlier this summer — will open Wednesday, December 1, at 1960 University Avenue in Berkeley with pizzas that focus on thin crusts made from “heritage grains” and topped by high-quality ingredients.
La Cocina will launch holiday market that spotlights minority-owned businesses at Tenderloin food hall
La Cocina, the beloved and award-winning kitchen incubator, is set to host its first in-person event since the pandemic began: a holiday pop-up at the Tenderloin's La Cocina Municipal Marketplace.
The bioluminescent dreamscape that is Oakland Zoo’s Glowfari returned just before the weekend for the second year in a row, attracting thousands to the animal park to view the massive lanterns inspired by global fauna.
SF Transgender Film Festival kicks off this week with seven programs offering nuanced depictions of LGBTQI+ life
Now in its 24th year, the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (STFF) will begin on November 11 — and will continue to hold its title as the longest-running transgender film festival in the entire world.
Dr. Huey P. Newton bust debuts in Oakland, becomes city’s first permanent art display for Black Panther Party
An influential figure of the Black Panther Party, Dr. Huey P. Newton was honored Sunday when a bronze bust debuted in West Oakland, simultaneously commemorating the political party's 55th anniversary.
After a 19-month hiatus, the non-profit venture UNDSCVRD SF will host its first in-person event on October 16, which will feature a culture crawl through the SoMa Pilipinas Culture District.