Category Archives: Living in the Bay
My younger readers have never seen these machines.
I don’t think I’ve mentioned this to anyone but I feel compelled to mention Trader Joe’s, a local supermarket chain. They have a store across the street from the office and they sell very good, very cheap food. It’s become my … Continue reading
Discover the unseen world of the Tactile Dome—an interactive excursion through total darkness, where your sense of touch becomes your only guide! Built in 1971, the Tactile Dome is a maze you crawl through in total, absolute darkness. You rely … Continue reading
We went to Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception last week for Amit’s birthday, in San Francisco. Specifically, we went to the Exploratorium After Dark, which makes it socially acceptable for a fully grown adult to hog … Continue reading
Whenever I wake up on a Sunday, I can open the door and walk 30 feet to the well-regarded Kensington Farmers’ Market. I’ve tried a few things, all of them Californialicious. Isn’t that neat?
Last Saturday we attended the Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma. It was my first time attending a car race, and it showed. Everyone had chairs, coolers, drinks, food, huge hats, ear plugs, etc. I had some sunscreen. In spite of my … Continue reading