Just a Sprint Away from Race Day

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There’s hardly a city more perfect than San Francisco to play host to a marathon event. Perhaps that’s why the San Francisco Marathon draws 25,000 runners and over 100,000 spectators to the city each summer. This year, the races—hosted once again by… [Read More]

EARTHQUAKE Opening at California Academy of Sciences!

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“San Francisco—and California too—are no strangers to the awesome power of earthquakes,” said Dr. Greg Farrington, Executive Director of  the California Academy of Sciences, when introducing the Academy’s newest exhibit, EARTHQUAKE in a recent press release. The exhibit is set to open… [Read More]

Come Sample the 6th Annual International Chocolate Salon


Will you be in San Francisco this weekend? Do you have plans? Cancel them – otherwise you’ll be missing 30,000 square feet of chocolate! And free samples! Sunday, March 4th, at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, over 50 culinary artisans,… [Read More]

What To See at San Francisco’s Aquarium of the Bay


On San Francisco’s PIER 39, tucked just under the shadow of the Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill on Fisherman’s Wharf, sits the Aquarium of the Bay. Check out what’s going on in this 50,000 square foot aquarium – the sharks promise not… [Read More]

Peter Pan’s Magic Comes to Town

If you’re for new kid-friendly things to do in San Francisco, look no further. Our friends at “Only in San Francisco” are offering $15 off all Peter Pan tickets July 1-4, 2010. With this offer, you can celebrate the Fourth of July… [Read More]


Why count sheep when you could count geckos, butterflies, sharks, and penguins? Starting this summer, kids can camp out for a night at the California Academy of Sciences and see the museum in a whole new light (so to speak). The “Penguins… [Read More]

California Academy of Sciences Joins Go San Francisco Card

California Academy of Sciences is now part of the Go San Francisco Card. Holders of San Francisco’s best attraction pass now get free entry to the Academy along with 50 more of the Bay Area’s best things to see and do. After nine years… [Read More]