Alex Mak - Managing Editor
Guests now walk around on flower petals at the Asian Art Museum. Both inside and out, Megan Wilson’s bright summer of love infused flowers decorate the sidewalk, walls, and walkways, so whether you’re rushing to work at the Civic Center, or perusing the new Flower Power exhibit, passersby pause, if only for a second, and smile. That smile seems to be the universal effect of flowers on people no matter their destination.
How to Pick Your Person(s) It’s common to wonder if the person you’re dating is truly a good fit for you. Are you afraid you’re settling? Or perhaps worried you’re being too picky? I will help you discover your non-negotiables, making it easier for you to own your wants and needs. Develop
Infinite Pride, a celebration and exploration of what makes us beautiful and human
Remember when there were leaders in this country who used facts and figures to talk about policy? I don’t either really. But it was a nice reminder this morning seeing that honest, ethical, politicians still exist in America. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, two very smart eggs who actually understand the
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet artist Emily Fromm, and see her depictions of SF ‘Open Late’ at 111 Minna starting JULY 7th. Name: Emily Fromm
By Sarah C Brady Nostalgic for the grittier, bygone San Francisco? Upcoming exhibit, Jim Jocoy: Order of Appearance, transports viewers back to a raw moment in SF history, when stateside punk was being birthed in local dives. Jim Jocoy, a Korean-born and Bay Area-based artist, has photographed the likes of
Backstage is humming with activity at the San Francisco Opera House. There are three separate operas to prepare for and mere days to get ready. That’s three separate casts, stage designs, musical scores, and hundreds of different costumes, props, lighting sequences, and stage movements all preparing for the spotlight in