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It was in Fort Bragg that I first heard about Scoma’s. A couple from even farther north was raving about this SanView full post »

California Academy of Sciences—Skin

Skin! From now through January 20, 2020, the California Academy of Sciences is presenting Skin: Living Armor, EvolvingView full post »

Bouquets to Art at de Young Museum

This week only! Bouquets to Art (June 4-9, 2019) It’s the de Young Museum’s most popular exhibit, and it’s now in itsView full post »


When travel and food writers (yeah, I’m both) hate to write about a place or a restaurant, it’s usually because weView full post »

MoAD: Coffee, Rhum, Sugar & Gold

The most exciting exhibit I’ve seen this year is at MoAD, Museum of the African Diaspora. Coffee, Rhum, SugarView full post »

San Francisco Off the Rez

San Francisco Off the Re, first published in Everett Potter’s Travel Report, January 28, 2018 San Francisco Off theView full post »

The Progress

Have we got a tip for you! On your next trip to San Francisco, you’ll be tempted to eat at State Bird Provisions,View full post »

Writing For Real

IF YOU’RE AROUND San Francisco in May and June, and you long to take a course — a free course — in gettingView full post »

Tahoe Unchained

Going to Tahoe in snow? One way to avoid the horror of putting on chains is to drive the right vehicle. Our 4WD JEEPView full post »


The B-Side Two sister museums, the de Young and the Legion of Honor, are hosting western-themed exhibits. The starView full post »

TAKE ME HOME: What’s the cost of a San Francisco apartment?

The latest Zillow report shows median rent in San Francisco has hit $4,528, now the hottest and highest in theView full post »

Harlan on Kubrick

Here’s what’s new and exciting in San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum.  View full post »

Pacific Catch

Now we understand … No matter the day or time of day, whenever we pass Pacific Catch, it’s always jammed. To the gills.View full post »

Looking for a place to lay yer head?

Here’s a good (I hope) start. Worked for us in San Francisco; what’s in the article (and the many other tips andView full post »