Did you know that legendary artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were stirring up the San Francisco art scene in the 1930s? You've heard of the movement-for-change that characterized Berkeley in the 1960s, but what about the now-famous art scene that was erupting at UC Davis?
One female singing duo with an album titled Slippery When Moist, pimps, and Jason Segel reading his book about childhood nightmares make up this week's roundup of comedy shows.
Famed architect Earl B. Bertz built houses all over San Francisco's Lake Street, El Camino del Mar, and 28th Avenue in the 1920s. This pricey mansion is one of the only homes that retains many of its original jazz-age touches.
We all know and love the longstanding Bear Republic Brewing Company in Healdsburg, Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, and Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa (famous for its annual and uproariously popular Pliny the Younger release). But how about these sudsy new gems in Sonoma?
In small, intimate settings, often in private homes throughout San Francisco, groups of people are turning off their digital devices to listen to speakers and join in spirited conversation. Welcome to the rebirth of the salon.
Fifteen years ago, Foreign Cinema was a sleek standout in a neighborhood rife with (excellent) taquerias and (glorious) dive bars. It hardly seems out of place today, nestled among the seemingly countless hipster eateries and pricey pubs geared toward the neighborhood's tech elite. On Thursday, the cinematically-themed Cal-Med gem celebrates 15 years of disrupting the neighborhood food scene with a Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera.
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