Photoville is a photography village in Brooklyn Bridge Park built out of shipping container exhibition spaces, educated with free lectures and workshops, and nourished by food trucks and a summer beer garden.
It's a hike to get there, but the views are worth the effort. Just watch out for the hawks.
Fort Funston is paradise for both you and your furry four-legged friend. Don't forget to look up!
Just the Gritty's Kate Shay discovers some 'frikkin delicious barbeque in the lower Haight.
A new "Artist Dinner" series hosted by Baang + Burne Gallery invites New Yorkers to enjoy an evening of excellent food inspired by the art on the walls.
Just the Gritty encounters stellar muscle cars, custom paint jobs, and restored vintage beasts in her neighborhood.
Set against a monochromatic brick wall at the end of a residential block, this paste-up jumps right out at you.
A different world awaits you at Big Daddy's Antiques in Potrero Hill.
Photographer Noit Zakay goes behind the doors of her neighbors to capture life in one apartment building in Sugar Hill Harlem.
There's more to Golden Gate Park than just the Academy of Sciences and the de Young. Kate Shay encounters miniature electric boats, a police horse and more during her winter bike rides through the park.