My good buddy Joe Fitz, over at KQED, just broke the news that San Francisco will be allowing indoor activity at salons, gyms, tattoo shops, and massage parlors (are they still called that?) starting this Monday, September 14th, albeit with “limited capacity” Museums will be allowed to open up to
In the near future there will be a brand new museum in town called the San Francisco Cultural History Museum. Given the name, you can probably ascertain that it’s a museum dedicated the cultural history of San Francisco…Duh. While there’s no set date on when it will open its door,
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
SFMOMA‘s reconstruction is done and after almost 3 years of being closed, San Francisco’s contemporary art museum opened back up on May 14th. Inspired by the book, Overheard at the Museum, here are some things overheard by museum visitors (which may or may not be fictional): “If it’s modern art,
“J’espere ne plus jamais faire souffrir Quelqu’un comme je t’ai fait souffrir Moi qui aimais tellement ton sourire” -Manu Chao, La Vie a Deux We have all been dumped in some way- romance ends, tragedy strikes, people leave and there we stand at the end of the journey, alone. Broken
*I’m talking to myself, too. Aloha, ladies and gentlemen. It’s been a while, I know, omg whatever, but I’m still in LA and it’s almost been a whole year – a thought that has this kind of effect on me where I’m like “Trippy, man” but also “Not-so-trippy, man” because everything
As the London riots showed this summer, people can get pretty sick of being broke in one of the world’s most expensive cities (London’s 18th on the global list and more costly than anywhere in the US).
Actually, no. Not unless ‘œthe races’ is a cheeky synonym for one of the most crowded art museums in the universe. (It isn’t.) Nevertheless, I spent a few hours yesterday at The Met. I hadn’t really been to a proper cultural institution since I moved back to NYC and I