San Francisco’s roots in music history run deep. From helping create iconic groups like the Grateful Dead to providing a haven for artists from all walks of life, the following are the top five places to see live music in San Francisco.
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Looking to get outdoors and savor some live music this season? This summer at City Center Bishop Ranch in San Ramon, enjoy a brand-new music series, as well as the welcoming of two new tenants.
Now a national holiday, Juneteenth has long celebrated the emancipation of Black women, men and children across the United States since as early as 1865. There are so many great ways to honor the beauty in freedom—and communities all across California are set to join in on the occasion with celebrations of their own.
California has no shortage of whimsical botanical garden sites scattered all throughout the state, filled to the brim with lush trees, florals and garden-friendly creatures galore.
A citywide multi-day 420 celebration has been announced for the Bay Area: Evergreen San Francisco. Taking place April 16 to April 24, the event will host a slew of cannabis-themed activities and experiences.
Author, screenwriter and actress Katie Boland takes a seat in the director’s chair for the first time while simultaneously playing twins in the film, “We’re All in This Together.” After a recent showing at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Boland talked with Fabulous California what why she was attracted to the story and how her life prepared her for each role.
The beauty of Los Angeles is incomparable—and even in a city complete with towering palm trees, expansive ocean views and endless pink-hued sunsets, LA’s local artists still manage to create art installations and murals that capture the full attention of photographers, tourists and Instagram influencers alike. Add some West Coast flair to your social media, and check out the best mural walls for Instagram in Los Angeles.
California has no shortage of eccentricity in its culture, communities or businesses. And the best example of that is in its wide array of independent, locally owned bookstores that deal everything from historic pieces of literature to indie writings.
Each year, the fall season is an indication of a return to all things good—including the long-awaited arts season. Here’s a preview of what to expect.