Embrace a Retro (and Eco-Friendly) Style at 2525 Vintage & Modern Resale Clothing

The owner of 2525 Vintage & Modern Resale Clothing believes that fashion belongs on the street, not in landfills, regardless of which era it originated in. That's why she collects vintage, lightly used pieces of clothing that have been languishing in closets or boxes and puts them back out into the world via her boutique's […]

Polaris Ice Cream Rolls Does Dessert Differently in Hayward

If you're used to eating your ice cream in a cone, prepare to be surprised (and delighted) by the unique approach to dessert that the staff takes at Polaris Ice Cream Rolls. The sweet shop debuted in September with a new type of treat on the menu, its namesake ice cream roll. Here's how it […]

Treat Yourself to a Day of Pampering at Hands of Healing

When you need a break from the hustle and bustle, you'll find calm and quiet behind the doors of Hands of Healing. The Hayward day spa invites anyone who's craving a bit of pampering, offering a full slate of services that dote on the body and bring zen to the mind. If aching muscles have […]

Freshly Opened Rosy’s Cafe Specializes in Hearty Breakfast Fare

Even though Rosy's Cafe just made its grand debut in Hayward in mid-November, its earliest patrons say the eatery already runs like a finely tuned machine. The service is friendly, the breakfast and lunch dishes are hot, and the menu is large and varied enough to accommodate all different types of eaters. Come to Rosy's […]

Don’t Miss the Vanilla Prawns at Tins Teapot Bistro

Vanilla-infused prawns with honey-glazed walnuts. Sweet-and-sour spare rib embellished with fresh pineapple. Sizzling chunks of chicken and Chinese sausage in a hot clay pot. Modern, upscale menu items like these distinguish Tins Teapot Bistro from most other Asian eateries. Enjoy a full sit-down meal at Tins Teapot Bistro composed of dumplings, Asian barbecue, and countless […]

Don’t Miss the Niles Festival of Lights Parade

Sparkling floats. Marching bands and performance groups showing off choreographed routines. Costumed holiday characters waving to the crowds. These are the festive sights that you can expect to see at the Niles Festival of Lights Parade on Friday, November 24th. The fun begins at 6 p.m. when Santa shows up to light Fremont's towering tree. […]

The 2nd Annual Trot for the Turkeys Celebrates Cruelty-Free Thanksgiving Tables

If you're an animal lover, then chances are you're skipping the turkey this year. So are lots of other folks in Fremont, including those responsible for rescuing would-be Thanksgiving table turkeys who live at the Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary. Celebrate their escape at the 2nd Annual Trot for the Turkeys on Saturday, November 18th. Register […]

Sip and Paint at Canvas and Wine with Aran on November 12th

Once you've exhausted your apple-picking options and carved as many pumpkins as your hands can handle, there's still one fall activity left to try: Canvas and Wine with Aran on Sunday, November 12th. Artist Aran of Aran's Art Studio will host the paint-and-sip event from 6 to 9 p.m., providing all snacks and instructions. All […]

Challenge Yourself at the Lake Chabot Trail Run on November 4th

On a warm November day in Castro Valley, there's nothing quite as invigorating as going for a run around the picturesque Lake Chabot reservoir. If you decide to participate in the Lake Chabot Trail Run on Saturday, November 4th, you'll be doing it among many friends. The Lake Chabot Trail Run is a great race […]