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By: Shayna Yasuhara You might first recognize Paul Madonna’s artwork from All Over Coffee, a San Francisco Chronicle comic series that was published between 2004 and 2015. The book is widely available, and even the De Young Fine Art Museum Bookstore is not without a copy. The inspiring illustrated scenes are
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
Based on the texts of feminist writers, social activists, and the brilliant music of composer John Adams
You have a few more days to partake! you have a few more days to partake!
Guest Post By: Svet Sky
sf int film fest
Every Spring, I get super stoked. It’s beautiful in San Francisco, and I know that come April, I get two weeks of incredible movie premiers, live events and inspirational creatives flocking to our city.
San Francisco (CA) – It’s been a rough year for music, but thank Bowie that Stern Grove is our rock. Hooking us up with incredible, free shows, for the last 79 years. It’s going to be just another year of FREE summer concerts with world class musicians in a BYB amphitheatre surrounded
Studio 17 was formerly the home of 70+ artists and one of the largest art collectives in San Francisco. Then Rick Holman bought the building. In June he refused to renew the lease of the artists working there. When questioned about this move he assured everyone, “we are going to directly
Marijuana may be legal for everyone in California the morning of January 1, 2017. You wouldn’t even need a referral card — any Californian over 21 would be able to legally purchase, possess and carry cannabis from the delivery service or dispensary of their choice, just like Colorado, Washington and now Oregon