Author Archives: Adam Stein

Summer Frisco Festivals

The summer is all about getting outdoors and enjoying the best that summer has to offer.  San Francisco is no different and as such is  no stranger to great, fun festivals for all the family.  Here we take a look at the Colossal Clusterfest  that took place earlier this month from June 2 to June…

Riding the Bay

There is good news for San Francisco’s bike riders.   Parking-protected bike lines have been approved for Upper Market Street, by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. This mile-long stretch of land will elevate safety for pedestrians and cyclists between Octavia Boulevard and Castro Street.  Featured in the project are: expansion of the sidewalk curb (making…

San Francisco Symphony Chorus

For those who love San Francisco, they could take part in one of the top orchestra’s in the world – the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.

Tech Boom Too Far?

A restaurant in San Francisco is now using iPads as plates.  At Quince, one can now order ‘A Dog in a Search of Gold,’ which features truffle croquettes on top of an iPad that plays a movie of dogs hunting truffles.  Of course the iPad doesn’t actually touch the food (that would potentially break it)…

San Francisco’s Military History

For those who want to learn about the military in San Francisco and partake in some wine while they are at it, some of the Bay Area’s wineries have been set up for that purpose.  What you will learn is that San Francisco has been prominent in so many more areas than just culture and…

SFC Warriors Luncheon

Earlier this week, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce hosted their yearly Warriors Tip-Off Luncheon, which brought together over 500 members of SF’s business community. Tickets to the event (held between 11.30 am and 2.00pm at the Ritz Carlton) were immediately sold out for the “one-of-a-kind chance to dine with the Warriors and members of Dub Nation.”…

Swimming with Sharks?

For veteran, experienced swimmers in the Bay Area, last Sunday gave them the opportunity to take part in Envirosports’ 6th Annual Golden Gate Sharkfest Swim, spanning the entire Golden Gate Bridge water. On Sunday, participants boarded a ferry in Sausalito which took them to the Bridge’s south tower where together they swam back past the…

San Francisco Winners

Team San Francisco just won the inaugural TrackTown Summer Series professional meet at Hayward Field.  In competition against three other teams, each member of the San Franciscan team took home $1,000!  As team member Erik Sowinski who also won the men’s 800 meters said: “The team competition brings a lot more to it, too. I…

Summer in the Bay

San Franciscans sure know how to enjoy the long summer days where the produce is blossoming. If you’re in the area, don’t forget your picnic table and grill. The United States Bartenders Guild – together with the CUESA – sure know how to get the most out of the Ferry Building during this time. At…

Killing Two Birds…

San Francisco has long suffered with housing shortages.  The reason being, is that the city has geographically very little land. Another issue the city has is – like most big cities – environmental connected with transportation. So when CIO of SFMTA (San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency) Tim Papanderou started looking at both the issues, a…

Author Archives: Adam Stein

Summer Frisco Festivals

The summer is all about getting outdoors and enjoying the best that summer has to offer.  San Francisco is no different and as such is  no stranger to great, fun festivals for all the family.  Here we take a look at the Colossal Clusterfest  that took place earlier this month from June 2 to June…

Riding the Bay

There is good news for San Francisco’s bike riders.   Parking-protected bike lines have been approved for Upper Market Street, by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. This mile-long stretch of land will elevate safety for pedestrians and cyclists between Octavia Boulevard and Castro Street.  Featured in the project are: expansion of the sidewalk curb (making…

San Francisco Symphony Chorus

For those who love San Francisco, they could take part in one of the top orchestra’s in the world – the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.

Tech Boom Too Far?

A restaurant in San Francisco is now using iPads as plates.  At Quince, one can now order ‘A Dog in a Search of Gold,’ which features truffle croquettes on top of an iPad that plays a movie of dogs hunting truffles.  Of course the iPad doesn’t actually touch the food (that would potentially break it)…

San Francisco’s Military History

For those who want to learn about the military in San Francisco and partake in some wine while they are at it, some of the Bay Area’s wineries have been set up for that purpose.  What you will learn is that San Francisco has been prominent in so many more areas than just culture and…

SFC Warriors Luncheon

Earlier this week, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce hosted their yearly Warriors Tip-Off Luncheon, which brought together over 500 members of SF’s business community. Tickets to the event (held between 11.30 am and 2.00pm at the Ritz Carlton) were immediately sold out for the “one-of-a-kind chance to dine with the Warriors and members of Dub Nation.”…

Swimming with Sharks?

For veteran, experienced swimmers in the Bay Area, last Sunday gave them the opportunity to take part in Envirosports’ 6th Annual Golden Gate Sharkfest Swim, spanning the entire Golden Gate Bridge water. On Sunday, participants boarded a ferry in Sausalito which took them to the Bridge’s south tower where together they swam back past the…

San Francisco Winners

Team San Francisco just won the inaugural TrackTown Summer Series professional meet at Hayward Field.  In competition against three other teams, each member of the San Franciscan team took home $1,000!  As team member Erik Sowinski who also won the men’s 800 meters said: “The team competition brings a lot more to it, too. I…

Summer in the Bay

San Franciscans sure know how to enjoy the long summer days where the produce is blossoming. If you’re in the area, don’t forget your picnic table and grill. The United States Bartenders Guild – together with the CUESA – sure know how to get the most out of the Ferry Building during this time. At…

Killing Two Birds…

San Francisco has long suffered with housing shortages.  The reason being, is that the city has geographically very little land. Another issue the city has is – like most big cities – environmental connected with transportation. So when CIO of SFMTA (San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency) Tim Papanderou started looking at both the issues, a…

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