New York Philharmonic
We asked SF Brewers what THEY wanted to drink and checkout this SF Beer week, also the Bay Area Brewers guild collaboration beers this year look awesome
Staying cultured in this city can seem daunting and expensive. Especially when you’re a classical music lover like myself. Which is why I was so excited to stumble on the W.M.P. Concert Hall inside the Gradoux-Matt Rare Violin shop. Every Wednesday at 12:30pm, owner Emmanuel Gradoux-Matt hosts Strad for Lunch, a
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Nerd alert!!! I freakin’ love classical music. I hear a lot of “I just don’t really get iiiit” or “but there’s no siiiinging” when talking about it with friends who prefer to listen to bands in ratty clothes who learned to play three chords on a guitar last year and
Central Park was designed under the philosophy that nature should be looked at and reflected upon, and never touched. So when the park first opened, children had to have notes from their principals to play baseball in the fields. Obviously, these traditions did not last in the park. Now it’s
Judging from all of my oh-so-secret events lists, it seems as though the stars have aligned to make July 14, 2o09, the Day of the Nerd. Which is awesome. As movies and television have patiently explained, and as the Lower East Side has consistently demonstrated, the nerds are gonna inherit