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On Sunday, November 6th legendary San Francisco author and artist Paul Madonna was driving home in his SmartCar through McLaren Park when he was struck head-on by a Mercedes Benz driving in the wrong lane at approximately 65 mph. Witnesses of the crash reported that the Mercedes then fled the
Rosin Coven are exiting an era with one, final blowout bacchanal on all 4 floors of the Regency Ballroom.
Among the key industries that seem to always be suffering both in San Francisco and nationwide, journalism and the arts are definitely strong contenders. Quality journalism about the arts? Almost nonexistent, until now. Starting with a soft launch in October 2022 and moving towards a full launch in 2023, seven
Whimsical, elegant, romantic, kinky, silly, or avant-garde, Edwardian Ball costumes highlight two of the best parts about San Francisco – its rebellion and creativity when it comes to self-expression.
Edge on the Square, the Bay Area’s first Asian Pacific Islander contemporary arts and media hub, opened on January 13th. Located at 800 Grant Avenue at the edge of Portsmouth Square, in the heart of Chinatown, Edge on the Square will cultivate a space for creativity, education, art and culture.
Any date night about downtown should conclude with a walk along the Embarcadero. The waterfront crescent serves up several city landmarks on a platter: the Ferry Building, Coit Tower, the Transamerica Pyramid. Provided you’re well-dressed for the winds whipping off the Bay, the stroll promises romance whichever end you begin.
Jonathan Richman is a superstar, he doesn’t act like a superstar, but he definitely shines like one. He’s low-key and cool, he doesn’t have social media and isn’t connected to the internet all the time like the rest of us. He is present, making art and music. Living in the
For the last 3 Christmases, a mother-daughter duo has hopped on their sleigh and rode around Christmas Eve, handing out new socks to the folks living on the streets of San Francisco. Darnel Tasker and her daughter Zoe started the tradition during the quarantined Christmas of 2020, as a way