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17 Nov 2022

Great Museums Not on the Stupid “Best Of” Lists

BY CURT HOPKINS I saw an article called something like “The 25 Best Museums Did You Visit Them or Are You Some Kind of Asshole?” Out of that fetishist, Instagrammy dick-list, I have visited four: the Pompidou, the Louvre, the Guggenheim, and the Prado. But the only conclusion I drew from

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12 Sep 2022

15 San Francisco Museums and Gardens with Free Admission Days

Whether you’re a permanent resident of San Francisco or just visiting, you should definitely take advantage of perks like free museum days. Here are 15 museums that offer free entry on specific days each month and/or through other programs offered to residents. If you’re visiting, don’t fret—9 of these museums

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

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 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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03 May 2021

These 12 Paintings In SF Museums Might Be Looted Nazi Art

The painting above is awfully interesting, wherein a little Flemish boy in the early 1600s is feeding a monkey, with a dead deer sprawled on a table whilst a nutty goose is honking away behind him. The painting’s secret history might be even more interesting. According to a bombshell investigative

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19 Sep 2019

de Young museum’s “Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin” Elevates Tattooing to High Art

Now on display through October 6, the de Young museum presents Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin, a retrospective of the life and career of California native and Bay Area resident Ed Hardy, one of the most respected tattoo artists in the world.

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18 Sep 2019

We Wanna Send You to Check Out Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin

Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin at the de Young museum is the first museum retrospective of renowned tattoo artist and California native Ed Hardy tracks his goal of elevating the tattoo from its subculture status to an important visual art form. The exhibition surveys Hardy’s life in art that has as

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15 May 2018

Art Parties, Awesome Performances, and Even a Salon, OH MY!

Tech fueled artist salon this week, mind bending dance performances, queer inspired party photography, and tons of other great events and openings.  You really shouldn’t sleep, there is art everywhere right now. BY KIRSTEN CHEN

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19 Oct 2017

Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire Comes to San Francisco

By Emily Wilson The Consul General of Mexico in San Francisco, Dr. Gemi Jose Gonzalez Lopez, said San Francisco has a lot in common with Teotihuacan, the ancient site 30 miles from present day Mexico City, which UNESCO calls a holy city. “It was full of culture and art, and

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21 Sep 2017

Golden Gate Park’s Hidden Gems, On Bicycle

From Market St. to Ocean Beach, the San Francisco ‘Wiggle’ is a wonderful bike route that avoids all the hills and passes through some of the city’s most beautiful spots.  I personally love to take this route on Sundays because that’s when Golden Gate Park closes some of its roads to cars so that bicycles and pedestrians get free rein. Sunday is also the day that delightful characters hold a roller disco dance party, Lindy in the Park has an all day swing dance sessions, and Park Chalet typically has live music on display.

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