by Boris Araya – BECA Senior
Whether you consider yourself a foodie, music lover, drinker, or just want to add to the neighborhood gossip, you’ll find your cup of tea. The best part is that the content of these sites, is user-generated. In other words, YOU are the creator.
This is my “go-to” blog for San Francisco. It’s updated on a by-the-minute basis with things to do — concerts, food, photography, local news and gossip . The best part – it’s funny.
This is a local blog, but it covers news and events from around the nation. They have a daily events section with great free things to do in San Francisco.
Muni Diaries is a funny blog with humorous ride tales and news. People submit the mobile phone photographs of anecdotes and oddities that happen in the SF MUNI rides. Whether you ride Muni or not (and I don’t), this blog is a must-visit.
These are two different blogs about the Mission District. Lots of photos, events, food, randomness, parties, and gossip.
This is a great blog about restaurants in San Francisco, highly updated with relevant stories. This is one of the country’s best cities for food… and Grub Street clues you in to the best of the best.
The Lower Haight’s unique blog is relatively new and has great local feedback. It documents anything that’s a little newsworthy, seeking to entertain and inform local residents.
The online source to find food in the city — the best dishes, who’s serving what, what’s opening where, and how it’s all going down. Eater started in New York in 2005, and it’s now part of LA, Portland, Chicago, Seattle, and many other major cities.
San Francisco’s blog about sustainable transportation and livable communities. It’s been up since 2006, covering news on MUNI conditions, cyclists, and pedestrians. It also covers funding for our transit system and bicycle policies.
Curbed is all about vibrant neighborhood news, real estate, rent, and trends. You can narrow by neighborhood.
This one is only for locals. Worth checking out if you’re a Richmond neighborhood resident.