Guest post by Paul Barrera and Desi Danganan South of Market, the thriving Filipino-American community is banding together to turn their corner of the City into the freshest place to explore, shop, socialize, and eat — an effort anchored by UNDISCOVERED SF, the brand-new, admission-free festival of music, food, and culture.
Join FlipSide at the historic 1874 Old Mint for an evening of unlimited wine tasting and presentations on the history of wine in San Francisco and the City’s historical importance as the urban center for a world-famous wine making region. Did you know that San Francisco was once a major hub
The folks at FlipSide are at it again with another great history event at the Old Mint. As San Franciscans we are proud of our city’s role in the struggle for equal rights, so why not celebrate this history? I’m pasting all the important info below and below that is
As you probably know, I’m a huge history nerd and major SF fanboy, so the opportunity to fuse these two loves is awesome. On March 14th I’ll be speaking about some of SF’s most notorious and nefarious characters from her strange and storied history. The event is called Hooch, Harlots,
Soft, twinkling lights, snappy dance numbers, beautiful girls, and suppers of eastern delicacies called things like Chop Suey– What a night you could have in that enchanting Chinatown! The possibilities as endless as the stars in the heavens! By the thirties, San Franciscan xenophobia had ebbed to a level where