things to do in San Francisco
The Most Obscure Secret Library in San Francisco: The Whybrary
In The Mission, situated on the corner of 14th Street at Woodward, you may see a small pink neon “why?” sign hung in the window of an unassuming apartment building. Like a bat signal, the “why?” sign is a not-so-subtle sign to say you’ve reached the library. To enter into
This House in SF is a Massive Immersive Art Experience
On a tree-lined street of San Francisco, there is a surprisingly delightful wonder-filled house. The Gregangelo Museum is a home which has been transformed into a living museum and piece of art. Over the last 42 years, artist and owner Gregangelo Herrera and his team of artists have worked together
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Beetlejuice – The Musical, The Musical, The Musical is in San Francisco
If you are expecting a dutiful, yet musical, retelling of the beloved cult classic, it’s not going to happen. Instead, we get an irreverent, hilarious adaption with the titular character (played by Justin Collette) breaking the fourth wall immediately and keeping the audience intrigued. He teases, makes amazingly crude observations, prances and sleazes his way through the show in the most lovable of ways.
This Gallery is Packed Full of Tiny Art by 200+ Bay Area Artists
This month, STUDIO Gallery in San Francisco opened its annual “Tiny” art show featuring over 200 artists. The walls of the gallery are packed full and artfully gridded out to showcase each piece. Each piece in the show is under 7-inches wide. Seeing the tiny work of over 200 artists
“The Dust That Binds Us” Celebrates The Creative Spark in Every Human
This Friday, November 4th, 40+ artists will showcase over 140 of their work at Foreign Lens in North Beach during a group show called “The Dust That Binds Us”. The opening will align with the monthly First Friday event in the neighborhood, North Beach Art walk. While the art walk
A High-Flying Performance Not to Miss: “Passengers” from The 7 Fingers
I found an existential quest posing thought-provoking questions that just happened to use
circus arts. It was glorious!
Anything But Silent: The San Francisco Mime Troupe Returns
When you think of a mime troupe, it’s easy for us to think of a group of folks who don’t speak while they act or mimic something in their movements. However, the San Francisco Mime Troupe (SFMT) is anything but silent. After 2 years away, they are ready for their
We Found SF’s Hidden Ball Pit & Indoor Swing
During the height of the pandemic, we all had to hit pause on any amount of fun for a moment while we sat inside waiting for the world to reset. The toll that took on us was huge. Since then, I’ve been bopping around the Bay Area finding the places