San Francisco Bay Ferry’s New Seaplane Lagoon Offers Quick and Scenic 20 Minute Commute to San Francisco Discovering the combination of waterfront living, an easy commute to downtown San Francisco, and both available at an approachable price has always been a challenge. However, it just became a reality for the burgeoning Alameda Point Waterfront District with the July 1 opening of the […]
The Alameda artist begins his mixed media, assemblages, and sculptures with found or collected material from the most unusual sources.
Home & Garden
A distinct custom hillside home in Berkeley, 20 Stephens Way connects seamlessly with its environment.
It’s easy to get lost in the views from this modern Grizzly Peak Boulevard where French doors and fireplaces, sloped roofs and vaulted ceilings rule.
Neat, orderly, and balanced are the characteristics of a stately manse with French flair.
The quaint and affordable split-level 1,621-square-foot house in the Bushrod district is near shopping, restaurants, and businesses in Temescal and Rockridge, plus it’s near BART, bus lines, and casual carpools.
The well-appointed Alameda manse offers modern luxury amid gardens and the bay.
Arts & Culture
A little noir in Berkeley, tunes from Oakland, and mostly water sports in SF.
This Oakland artist life unfold and captures its essence in her art.
The return of The Rubinoos, the rebirth of Earth Quake, and the legacy of Beserkley Records.
The upcoming sixth annual San Francisco Movement Arts Festival will involve 300-plus performers, taking turns at 12 stations in Grace Cathedral that audiences are invited to visit at their leisure.
Spanish pianist/composer Marta Sánchez exemplifies the freedom available for jazz composers eager to hone a personal sound.