Apr 6, 2010

The Bay Area's Best

The Bay Area's Best

Join us every Monday as Bob Redell finds The Bay's Best.

Apr 5, 2010

Coaster Too Much for This Reporter

Coaster Too Much for This Reporter

Never eat fast food after a roller coaster ride.

Mar 16, 2010

The Bay's Best Places to Win the Lotto

The Bay's Best Places to Win the Lotto

If you believe lightning strikes twice, buy a ticket here.

Feb 22, 2010
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By Sajid Farooq

The Bay's Best in Pictures

From breakfast to sunrises to dive bars, Bob Redell is searching for only... See Full Gallery

Mar 3, 2010

The Bay Area's Best Sunrises

The Bay Area's Best Sunrises

If you want to see the bay’s best sunrise, you better check the forecast first. The Marin Headlands offers a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge, city skyline and Alcatraz, all back dropped by the rising

Mar 3, 2010

The Bay's Best Hidden Secrets

The Bay's Best Hidden Secrets

Talk about hidden, you gotta be in the know to get into this Bay Area secret.

Mar 3, 2010

The Bay's Best Dog Parks

The Bay's Best Dog Parks

If there’s such thing as doggie heaven, we found it.

Feb 25, 2010

The Bay's Best Dive Bars

The Bay's Best Dive Bars

The Bay's Best Dive Bars 1. Black Watch, Los Gatos

Feb 25, 2010

The Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do

The Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do

The Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do 1. Winchester Mystery House, San Jose

Mar 3, 2010

The Bay's Best Morning Runs

The Bay's Best Morning Runs

Runners describe Chrissy field in San Francisco as a gift.

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Sports Programs Turning to Crowdfunding After Budget Cuts

Sports Programs Turning to Crowdfunding After Budget Cuts

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