You’re in a small, brown, clapboard cabin, or possibly the hold of a ship. There are twisting passageways of bookshelves lined with sugarcoated classics and newspapers covered in blackness — redacted or perhaps burnt. Meanwhile the teachings of Jesus and other religious materials sit unmolested. Reflective plastic sheets bounce distorted,
There are dozens of studios, galleries, and art collectives all open and humming within walking distance of each other this weekend. Checkout the map here. There also happen to be a lot of art parties this Friday…all happening at once. It’s what you call one of those ‘good problems’. Check
There’s a bunch of fun, interesting, artsy extravaganzas happening all over San Francisco this July. The next couple weeks are garden parties, world class workshops, world records, opera auditions, and of course music, dancing & costumes all over the place. It’s time to get out there and mix it up with thousands of other beautiful bay area weirdos.
There’s not too many things I miss about being a student, but sometimes, you little bastards in pursuit of higher learning, it pays to have that tiny little plastic identification card. Case in point: This whole month, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is offering FREE entry to their
Take in some culture before you black out on St. Pattie’s Day! I’m gonna come right out with the good news: ODC, our favorite dance company who calls the Mission home, is holding a special St. Patrick’s Day Small Plates one-hour performance at YBCA’s Novellus Theater, complete with a reception
* and the rest of you too. Although on second thought, that sounds like a STD testing ad. Uh. Well, I got your attention, didn’t I? On to the boring part, Tuesday, Oct. 5th is the first Tuesday of the month which means FREE museum day to more museums than
If you were into vampires long before the new, sparkly, abstinent breed came along, then you’ve surely been yearning for a taste of the dingier, old-school blood suckers. This Saturday and Sunday, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will be screening Carl Theodore Dreyer’s, 1932 classic, ‘œVampyr’ to satiate all