1. The supercool website, which will make you want to book a flight to Rio in about two minutes flat.
2. The live music every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, courtesy of Brazilian hottie Antonio Guedes.
3. The $7 caipirinhas, especially the classic.
Bossa Nova's fried smelts + caipirinhas.
At the star-studded 21st annual Bridge School Benefit—a non-profit concert founded by Neil Young that helps fund the Bridge School for handicapped children—established musicians like Jerry Lee Lewis and Tom Waits shared the stage with rockers Metallica, heartthrob John Mayer and quirky songwriter Regina Spektor at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Saturday, October 27.
Blame It On Fidel; courtesy of Koch Lorber Films
Hey fabulous film friends, here are some groovy film picks happening around your neighborhood. Check in next week for another exciting installment of the Reel. Until next time kids, be bad and get into trouble baby.*
Film Happenings Around Town
• Blame It On Fidel (2007) Dir. Gavras - Roxie
• Poor White Trash II Red State Cinema: Rural Auteurs - YBCA
I’ve heard them described as independent, snobby, sophisticated, comfortable, smart, flaky, athletic, not as cute but super cool (please don’t not kill the messenger here).
Sure, you’ll find these types in any major metropolis, but in SF they are abundant (especially the independent, cool, smart ones.)
There’s certainly an allure to living in San Francisco, especially when I’ve been traveling to other locales. Lately, I’ve been curious to see what kind of reputation our city has for those living elsewhere.
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