The 34th San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show is going down today (11:00-19:00) and tomorrow (11:00-17:00), in conjunction with the American Indian Art Show/San Francisco, at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. And now you know. Get!
Any more obvious, floral for spring. Get it together, #SanFrancisco. Keep everyone safe out there. Do your part! 👊🏽✌🏽
It is incredible, and unshakable, how a simple, yet thoroughly preventable traffic impasse can spiral out of control between two people too stubborn to let it go and too committed to keep it goin’, even when they find themselves heading in the same direction and keeping ridikolous pace with each other. And how it can […]
San Francisco Restaurant Week is almost here, so mark your calendars for Jan. 22-31, #SanFrancisco, and find out which of your favorite spots is among the 130 restaurants participating in this showcase this year. I see you, Absinthe…. Imma try you, Cafe Zoetrope. Presented by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, #SFRW is a great, fun, […]
Bay Area! This weekend brings the second annual Coven Film Festival, three days of film, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities showcasing the work of women and non-binary filmmakers. The festival, which will be held at the landmark Roxie Theater in the Mission Jan. 10-12, recognizes that not everyone is young, white, middle-class, cisgender, or able-bodied. […]
It is gonna be Chappelle o’clock this weekend at The Chapel on Valencia, San Francisco, when, you know him from A Star Is Born, Dave Chappelle, the Emmy-, Grammy-, and 2019 Mark Twain Prize for America Humor-winning writer, producer, and performer takes to the stage for three shows at the venue, all of which were […]
There is a man, a seemingly homeless man (quite likely a drug user, but not a junkie), who sits out on the corner of where we live out here in the middle of San Francisco and who, without fail, almost always (no joke, I’m talkin’ pretty much every afternoon for the past four years) asks […]
Well aren’t I glad I didn’t spend my money on the midterms. The running idea was to support non-insane, worthy-of-continued-nurture-and-guidance candidates in Georgia, Florida, and Texas (and anywhere else such a person was running) – nothing for California because California didn’t need my jack – but, in the end, I didn’t invest in that way because […]