A Night Out at the Oakland East Bay Symphony

Oakland East Bay SymphonyThis Friday, enjoy a night out at the Oakland East Bay Symphony, and spend time with one of our local, cultural treasures. Maestro Michael Morgan, Music Director and Conductor of the Oakland Symphony, brings his audience to destinations that are wonderful to listen to, Read more…

Matisse-Diebenkorn Exhibit at SFMOMA

Matisse-Diebenkorn Exhibit at SFMOMA Masters not to be missed
Presenting a new view of two of the twentieth century’s most extraordinary painters, Matisse-Diebenkorn is the first major exhibition to explore the profound inspiration Richard Diebenkorn found in the work of Henri Matisse. It brings together 100 extraordinary Read more…

Spring Cleaning with Method Cleaning Products

Spring Cleaning with Method Cleaning ProductsSpring is trying its best to peek through the clouds, and around here it’s time for some serious spring cleaning with Method cleaning products. And, we can’t recommend them more enthusiastically!

Method is the opposite of typical household products that smell of chemicals and Read more…

Bouquets to Art 2017 at the DeYoung

Bouquets to Art 2017Art is in lively conversation with nature during Bouquets to Art 2017 where you can wander galleries awash with colorful flowers.

The most in-demand floral designers from the Bay Area and beyond, draw inspiration from the art in the de Young’s collection to create arrangements

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Jazz at the Chimes Presents Harvey Wainapel

Jazz at the Chimes Presents Harvey WainapelJazz at the Chimes Presents Harvey Wainapel, the Bay Area’s beloved saxophonist and clarinetist. Harvey brings his quartet Alegritude to Chapel of the Chimes to perform a panorama of modern instrumental music from Brazil. And, Piedmont Grocery proudly supports the concert.

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Five Ways to Observe Pi Day

Pi DayToday is Pi day, a celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). In 2009, the House of Representatives passed a resolution to observe Pi Day on March 14th. So, here are five ways to celebrate.

1. Learn the Pi Fugue on the piano. (Note: it’s kinda random, and goes on and on…) Read more…

Hamantaschen for Purim

Hamantaschen for PurimEven if you are not participating in a Spiel, you can still make your own Hamantaschen for Purim. And, you can always observe the tradition of sharing sweets with your friends and neighbors.

Hint: they also make a great treat year-round. Read more…

Don’t Forget Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time Spring ForwardAt 2 AM on Sunday, March 12th (that’s this weekend!) we push our clocks forward an hour and begin daylight saving time. So, don’t forget to plan you Sunday with the time change in mind.

It’s a good idea to do a little extra to take care of yourself this weekend—a bit more relaxation Read more…