Annie lives and works in San Francisco.
A series of emails sent to post-home bookers providing helpful information and ideas for their trip.
The onboarding flow for the recently revamped host guidebooks tool
Whether your parents are just in for the weekend and you want to show them the best of San Francsico, or they live just across the bay and you just want a nice place to catch up. These are the best restaurants in the city to dine out with your parents.
Annie Tittiger | Photo: Lin Cariffe | September 19, 2016 Leave the fake leis and ukulele at the resort; the real hula is happening here on the mainland.
We're going to suggest you go vegan, just for the lunch hour. We know, we know. You're giving the computer screen a look of utter disgust. But hear us out: Judalicious is delicious. And you'd be surprised to see how much variety there is on the menu.
Updated September 13, 2016. So you want to liven up your tiny San Francisco apartment with some greenery. Or maybe you're one of the lucky ones to have a little yard in the back. Don't let the fog dismay you. You can grow a lot of things (yes, even tomatoes).
San Francisco won the lottery in 1987. That's when gallerist and curator Cheryl Haines, the mind behind the 2014 Ai Weiwei Alcatraz takeover, moved into town.
How a San Franisco gallerist became besties one of the most famous artists of our time.
Tranquility is imbued in every aspect of Montage Los Cabos. Perched in Santa Maria Bay, a horseshoe beach in a marine sanctuary on the Baja California peninsula, this new hotel will offer all of Montage's signature amenities, including award-winning spa services, a 20,000-square-foot split-level pool and ocean views from every room.
From a new Robert Mapplethorpe documentary to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of an explosive artwork, here are five movies making a splash in Park City.
You might expect that because a vast majority of the Internet Archive's holdings are, rather obviously, online, its headquarters wouldn't be worth a visit. You'd be wrong. Along with its 2.5 million books (roughly a thousand are scanned into the collection every day), 155,000 concert recordings, and 2 million films, the archive records 70 television and news channels around the world.
Preview of all things art, music, theater, comedy, and dance coming to San Francisco in the fall of 2015.
All the Best of the Bay 2014. To reach Tulelake, you veer off I-5 in Weed and steer 90 minutes northeast on a lonely two-lane highway through territory that looks more Montana than California: Ghostly marshes hug the edges of the pavement, wild pheasants swoop by your windshield, and Mount Shasta soars above, shrouded in ominous-looking storm clouds.
Behind the scenes of the new Curran: Under Construction theater series
Interview with the Emmy-award winning director about his newest film, Beasts of No Nation
The former home of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive was always a bit of a problem child. "It was amazing, unique, and endlessly challenging," says the museum's director, Lawrence Rinder, of architect Mario Ciampi's brutalist concrete fortress on the southeast edge of UC Berkeley's main campus.
"I was trying to tell a story. It came out horribly."
"We Are Trying to Figure Out, Well, Who Are All These New People?"
Interview with the burgeoning director of indie hit The Diary of a Teenage Girl
A vistor's handbook to dining, entertainment, adventure, and more in San Francisco, the Bay Area, and beyond.
Magazine insert promoting the newest exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences
It's not even noon on the Fourth of July, but the restaurant at Tomales Bay Oyster Company in Marshall is already packed. Over 100 cars line the shoulder of Highway 1, while valets help another hundred find parking in a gravel lot.
An inclusive drinking guide for every San Franciscan—from the barely legal to the effusively senior.
A preview of all things culture in San Francisco in the fall of 2014
Conducted extensive fact-checking, research and reporting for the 9000-word expose on the devastating killing of the Bologna family and the subsequent aftermath.
A timeline of San Francisco's sanctuary policy