26 Jul 2022


SFMOMA Hosts In-depth Examination of Diego Rivera’s Art

SFMOMA Hosts In-depth Examination of Diego Rivera’s Art Diego Rivera’s definition of America went way beyond the borders of the United States. “I mean by America, the territory included between the ice barriers of the two poles. A fig for your barriers of wire and frontier guards,” the Mexican artist said in 1931. The San […]

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1 Jul 2022


Yerba Buena Gardens Festival Offers a Summer Worth of Outdoor Fun

Yerba Buena Gardens Festival Offers a Summer Worth of Outdoor Fun Summer’s here … and the time is right for dancing on Yerba Buena Gardens lawn. The Yerba Buena Gardens Festival is back for 2022 to provide visitors with lunchtime and weekend entertainment from now through late October. As always, all events are free. The […]

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28 Jun 2022


Future Warriors, NBA Stars to Be Showcased at Chase Center’s California Classic

Future Warriors, NBA Stars to Be Showcased at Chase Center’s California Classic Did you go to the Warriors’ championship parade? An estimated 800,000 fans jammed Market Street on June 20 to celebrate Golden State’s fourth NBA Finals victory in eight years. It was a wild scene. Warriors players and coaches jumped off their buses to […]

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10 Jun 2022


Harry Potter & Wizarding Friends Return with Exclusive West Coast Production in San Francisco

Harry Potter and Wizarding Friends Return with Exclusive West Coast Production in San Francisco Harry Potter fans were thrilled when the film series, based on J.K. Rowling’s wildly successful novels, came to a conclusion in 2011 with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. They were equally saddened. How were they now going […]

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22 Apr 2022


BroadwaySF’s Diverse 2022-2023 Lineup Features “Something for Everyone”  

BroadwaySF’s Diverse 2022-2023 Lineup Features “Something for Everyone”   BroadwaySF has announced a diverse lineup for the 2022-2023 season that includes pop music-inspired musicals Jagged Little Pill and Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, an adaptation of the Disney film Frozen, and the Tony Award-winning Dear Evan Hansen. The new season will also feature recent […]

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13 Apr 2022


Innovative Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo art exhibits to conclude San Francisco runs

Innovative Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo art exhibits to conclude San Francisco runs The “Immersive” art exhibits at Lighthouse ArtSpace San Francisco at SVN West have allowed Bay Area art lovers to experience and engage in the works of Vincent Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo in an innovative way. As their titles imply, Immersive Van […]

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29 Mar 2022


Ever Evolving Golden Gate Theatre Celebrates Its Centennial

Ever-Evolving Golden Gate Theatre Celebrates Its Centennial The Golden Gate Theatre has witnessed San Francisco undergo radical changes over its century of existence, and the landmark theater mirrored many of those changes to survive – and now thrive – as one of the City’s premier entertainment venues.  The Golden Gate had its grand opening on […]

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9 Mar 2022


Chase Center Puts on Great Show

Chase Center Puts on Great Show Mention Chase Center and the first thing that rightfully comes to mind are the Golden State Warriors. The six-time NBA Finals champions moved into their new Mission Bay home during the 2019-20 season after nearly five decades in Oakland. Yes, Chase Center brought back NBA basketball to San Francisco, […]

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24 Feb 2022


Wise Sons Bring Together Traditional Deli Food, Art at Contemporary Jewish Museum

Wise Sons Bring Together Traditional Deli Food, Art at Contemporary Jewish Museum A visit to the Contemporary Jewish Museum would not be complete without a stop at the Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen, located just inside the Daniel Libeskind-designed museum with additional outdoors seating on the large patio leading to Jessie Square Plaza. Why not check […]

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9 Feb 2022


Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to Reopen in March with “The Healing Project”

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to Reopen in March with “The Healing Project” Following one unforeseen delay after another, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is set to welcome back guests in March. The cultural anchor of the neighborhood will reopen its doors on March 10. “The Healing Project,” a multi-disciplinary project by Samora […]

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