This year's SOMArts Day of the Dead exhibition takes on a new twist with the theme "Calling On The Spirits To Face the Future" - challenging the artists to bring the centuries-old tradition of building altars fused with sentiments on the present state of life and politics.
The CHROMA exhibit at the offices of Gensler curated by Michelle Heinemann features well known street artists of the San Francisco Bay Area.
San Francisco leads the way for cyclists, but even the most forward thinking bicycle city has its problems.
The Atlas Obscura Tours are given by people who believe there is something new under the sun, every day, all over the world. This hike explored the San Francisco Bay Area with stops at Octagon House, Fort Miley, and Eduardo Aguilera's labyrinth.
Originally built for function rather than style, some of the first burger joints in the city are still around, still serving their purpose after all these years and continuing to change the concept of fast food and the American diet.
Named the "Most artistic building in town" in 1892, the Hibernia Bank building today stands empty and is in disrepair. Can this beautiful bank building help revitalize mid-market?
Thanks to adaptive re-use these two banks can still stand proud as sentinels to one of San Francisco's finest City Beautiful Streets.
One of SF"s finest buildings, the Home Telephone Building is a wonderful mixed use building, towering regally over its neighbors at 333 Grant Avenue.
How the large-scale sculptures that we see in public spaces came to be.
A look at San Francisco's City Beautiful Movement, a model of early city planning and architectural cohesion in a response to failing urban life, trying to improve cities through beautification.