Guest Post by Peter Wong Our earlier guide to theatrical screenings of Asian films in the S.F. Bay Area omitted a mention of the Cine Lounge Fremont 7. Sharp-eyed reader Jen Young had good reason to call the theater her go-to place for watching Indian Films in the Bay Area.
Ask a Tenant Attorney is your chance to learn how to survive as a tenant in San Francisco. In each edition Tenant’s Rights Attorney Daniel Wayne addresses a different issue for residential tenants. In this edition we discuss two laws tenants NEED to know in order to avoid losing their rent control. For
Did you make a resolution to be more creative in 2019? Start the year off right by attending an arts-related event that you wouldn’t normally go to, even if that event happens to be a party! From DIY taxidermy to shibari (yes, the bondage practice), the Bay Area continues to
It’s crazy how easy it is to get cannabis delivered to your door these days. Far from the shady and unreliable ways you used to ‘score pot’ back in the day, before it became completely legal in CA, remember? Meeting some guy in a parking lot, or having to drive
It’s opening night for the latest exhibit at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Under-, over-, and well-dressed people of every age and persuasion are chatting in drink lines and dancing in the pink-tinged darkness of the Center’s theater. In short order the DJ will blast a snarky, sugary
By Kelly O’Grady San Francisco has been fertile ground for cartoonists since the underground comix scene of the 1960’s. That’s why I moved to San Francisco in the first place. I wanted to relive perhaps the grooviest time of Comics history. I wanted to sit in an obscure coffee shop
San Francisco is an old, iron safe filled with gold, glory, disaster, and secrets. SFCentric History is a column, by SF writer V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi, that digs in the vaults of local history and shares the sensational people, places, and things that rocked San Francisco. San Francisco is an incredible