Hi and welcome to the BAS Weekend Wellness Column! My name is Erynne Elkins and I’m a Well-Being Advocate and Certified Breathwork Facilitator. Every Friday I’ll share a holistic wellness modality available here in the Bay Area. Cheers to good health! The art of noodling around: an aesthetic meditation for
Every Tuesday our subscribers get this awesome roundup in their inboxes. You should sign up right here to make sure you never miss a thing. Ah, summer in The City! The nudists are out and about in the Haight and the Castro, the parks are full of stripped-down singles peacocking
Every Tuesday our subscribers get this awesome roundup in their inboxes. You should sign up right here to makes sure you never miss a thing. It’s the first day of Pride month, the sun is shining on our sequins and glitter, and The City is gearing up for a summer full of
I’m no card player, but I will show up regularly to the game of life. And I’m not referring to the Milton Bradley pastime either. I’m talking about real life, the one that’s chock full of the good, the bad, and the “you’re kidding, right?” I’m not telling you anything
On March 25 from 6-7 pm San Francisco Pride and the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco will join forces to present Chinatown Pride, an hour long online celebration of Queer Chinese culture. The event will serve as a fundraiser for both organizations and as a gesture of solidarity between
Since we’ve been such good little citizens during the pandemic, our Covid infection rates are putting us into ‘Red Tier’ by next week. What is ‘Red Tier’ you might ask? It means we can join NYC in indoor dinning and indoor museums at 25% capacity! So check your favorite restaurants,
A vigil will be held Tuesday night in Jack Kerouac Alley near the famed City Lights Booksellers & Publishers to celebrate the life of San Francisco icon Lawrence Ferlinghetti. The poet died Monday after a battle with interstitial lung disease. He was 101 years old, and had lived that century
Lawrence Ferlinghetti — the poet, the publisher, the painter, the activist, the man who propelled the Beat Movement and brought City Lights to San Francisco — has died at the age of 101. According to his daughter, Julie Sasser, the lifelong provocateur lost his battle Monday with interstitial lung disease.