Contemporary Jewish Museum
If the weather people are right, we are gonna have ton of rain this year. This is obviously much needed because of that whole terrifying drought thing that could possibly destroy California forever.
(photo credit for-site.org) Cheryl Haines is the curator, gallerist, and executive director responsible for putting the work of China’s most famous artist, inside of America’s most famous prison on Alcatraz Island. Her project with the artist and activist Ai Weiwei has been visited by some 500,000 people since it began in the fall
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally
If you haven’t spent a Christmas in San Francisco, you’ve been missing something special. December 25th might just be one of my top five favorite days of the year in this city.
It goes without saying that we have many things to thank Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for, including, for most of us, a day off work on Monday. To commemorate the birth of The King and his influence as a leading activist of the Civil Rights Movement, the city has
At this time last year, i.e. Hanukkah time, I was living in a house with Jewish roommates and freaking the freak out for eight days straight. This year, I’m in a teeny studio that barely fits my full-sized bed, let alone holiday decorations, namely a Christmas tree. The folks over
There are two amazing talks tonight by two amazing men. One is FREE, the other slightly pricey but probably worth it. 1. If you don’t know who he is, Greil Marcus is a cultural critic who writes fascinating books, was a rock critic for Rolling Stone Magazine, has written for
This Sunday, April 11th in honor of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco is FREE all day! I usually like going to museums solo so I don’t feel rushed by my companions, but this seems like an event best spent with friends and loved
Ever since I wrote about, and subsequently went to see, the Maurice Sendak exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, I’ve fallen in like with everything about that place. I like the architecture, I like that it has cheap tickets ($5) every Thursday after 5pm, I like that it’s across the