Romantic fall dates

It’s finally that time of the year. The leaves are a-changin’, the wind is a blowin’ and love is in the air. You’ve been eyeing that special someone and you think it’s finally time that you ask them out before the holidays roll around. Luckily, the Bay Area is full
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SF Fashion

San Francisco’s Fall Fashion Festival Recap

Fashion bloggers chat over pastel macarons and flutes of champagne, and someone is always posing for yet another selfie. On Oct. 9, the shops of Union Square became filled with these scenes of the classic fashion night out, as San Francisco’s fashionistas celebrated the city’s first Fall Fashion Festival. Planned
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Macarons and hot chocolate at Tout Sweet Patisserie

Tucked into the third floor of Macy’s department store in Union Square is the delicious Tout Sweet Patisserie. Started by pastry chef Yigit Pura and the owners of Taste Catering and Event Planning, the shop offers pastry selections ranging from French macarons to layered parfaits and packaged gifts. The store
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Latin American cultural catering at Cafe La Pena

In Berkeley, La Pena Cultural Center and Cafe La Pena are cultural hubs for showcasing art and cuisine with a strong emphasis on Latin American countries. The cultural center has strong historical ties and was started in 1975 as a response to the military coup that overthrew Salvador Allende. Through the
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Ben n Jerry's Berkeley

Ben & Jerry’s teases San Francisco flavor

A couple of shops are cleverly placed in two of the biggest tourist traps of the Bay Area (Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf). There is one shop right down Center Street in Berkeley. And at some point, you know you’ve picked up a pint of the good stuff at Safeway
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The view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the Tiburon-Angel Island ferry.

5 prime Bay Area vacation spots

Berkeley is a great place to hang out and many people come here to tour on vacation. But believe it or not, there is plenty more to the Bay Area and Nor Cal than our university. (Mind-boggling, right?) So if you’re living in Berkeley this summer, you should consider traveling
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