A few weeks ago someguy put up a piece of art on Division Street. The piece hit home because it was a solemn reminder of the tent city that used to occupy that space in San Francisco, the homeless encampment that has since been dispersed. The tents were confiscated by the city and the homeless were forced off the busy street, but the people and their tents didn’t simply disappear, they are now scattered on side alleys and streets that are more hidden from view.
San Francisco resident peregrine falcons are a sign of spring. That means that it’s almost time for the worker bees of the FiDi to hear shrieking sounds from 300 feet above, or catch a glimpse of a Peregrine Falcon diving from the skies at up to 275 mph.
There’s a surprising amount of great art in that area of the city, carved into the courtyards, entryways, and byways of the high-rises.
First dates can be tricky. You’re never 100% sure how to act or what to wear, that’s why we asked some of the best dressed dogs in the city for their advice when it comes to first dates in San Francisco. Lisa: “Be Open Minded!” We ran into Lisa at
Petty Theft, San Francisco’s Ultimate Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, shares the stage with Rebel Rebel – David Bowie Tribute. At the forefront of classic and contemporary American Rock and Roll you are sure to find Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. If you love great songs and rock n’
Each new record from The Growlers has something gripping enough that makes it as exciting as a debut. We’ve been seeing The Growlers for a while now, and we know all their tricks: bashful love songs softly cradled by opiate-euphoria, kick-shit pub songs aggravated by rum and amphetamines, and, of
Selected by Moviemaker Magazine as one of “The World’s Coolest Film Festivals,” Disposable Film Festival cultivates, fosters, and supports the greatest film culture in history, which came about through the democratization of media and the power of storytelling. Everyone has a camera now, so everyone has a chance to make a great film. Or several.