It's that time of year again - SF Decorators Showcase! A fun way to explore a beautiful SF home, notice some design trends, aRead More
Can you believe the Summer of Love was already 50 years ago?
The de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park is hosting a special exhibit to celebrate the summer of 1967. So much history in SF that summer!Read More
Jane is a great coffee shop/restaurant in Pac Heights in SF. People go here for a cozy lunch with a friend or to do some work in the morning. Sit downstairs in the hustle & bustle or.....Read More
oh i'm just on a run in the morning before work.....
The Palace of Fine Arts was constructed for the 1915 World's Fair (Panama-Pacific Exposition), which showed the world that San Francisco had risen from the ashes of the 1906 earthquake and fire. Designed by California architect Bernard Maybeck, this beauty sits in its original location and is the last reminder of that great gathering that drew crowds of 18 million people. What a party!
Wouldn't this be a great spot to sit and think? A quiet moment in the Presidio (a park in San Francisco). Photo by yours truly.