more about: architecture

Where to go this weekend: San Diego’s East Village

There’s something for everyone—baseball fans, beer lovers, and bibliophiles—in this thriving downtown hood.

Yes, April had more hotel news than we knew what to do with

Sometimes, it seems like nothing’s going on in the hotel world, but right now we’ve got an embarrassment of riches. Along with keeping an eye on doings up north —both the Senza resort and the Brannan Cottage Inn, up in the Napa Valley, have had a little work done, which we talk about in the June issue—we’ve been tracking the […]

Arts and Crafts and Cookies

                  Those glorious Arts and Crafts tiles from the 1920s have been on our mind lately, for a couple of reasons. The first is an exhibition that opened at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum on February 22 that’s devoted to the Berkeley-based company California Faience. It includes this earthenware tile (above) designed by cofounders William Bragdon and […]

(Modernism) Weekend Update

Get on the bus with your Weekender Ticket! This Columbus Day weekend, Modernism Week’s Fall Preview takes over Palm Springs, and if you read your October issue of Sunset, you’ll know this already. (You did, didn’t you? Of course you did.) What you didn’t know, because it hadn’t been announced by the time we went to press, was that the […]