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March 15, 2018

About the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

Dating back to 1915, the Panama Pacific International Exposition was a world’s fair that was held in San Francisco, CA in what is now known as the Marina District, and it lasted from February 20th to December 4th, 1915. The original purpose of the fair was to celebrate the Panama Canal being finished, but the city saw it as a way to show how far it had recovered from the massive fire and earthquake that happened in 1906. Most of the buildings during the fair weren’t intended to be...

November 15, 2017

Explore the Country’s Largest China Town in San Francisco

San Francisco, being on the West Coast is a gateway to the Orient much like New York City has been the port of entry for millions from Europe. Chinese immigration began in earnest in the 1850s during the Gold Rush. These many immigrants settled in the current area that constitutes Chinatown, which has been traditionally defined by the neighborhoods of North Beach, and Telegraph Hill as bound by Bush Street, Taylor Street, Bay Street, and the Bay.

Explore the Country’s La...

June 15, 2018

Visit Ghirardelli Square

The Ghirardelli Square of San Francisco is an icon of the city, and is a very popular area for shoppers. This square is renowned for being a landmark public square, and still features some of the shops that were originally apart of the square upon its construction in 1893. This San Francisco attraction is a fantastic place to visit for chocolate lovers and shoppers of all kinds, and is certain to make your trip to this wonderful city as sweet as it can be.

About Ghirardelli Sq...