On July 26, artist led project, Space Bi, brought together 28 local artists for the "Taking Up Space" exhibition in a friendly takeover of the Asian Art Museum for one night only. Works were inspired by and sometimes critical of the museum's Phantoms of Asia contemporary art exhibition. Guests were also treated to solo shows in the store, pop up karaoke, fruit costumes, printed tortillas, alternative tours of the collection galleries, participatory activities, and more. All while sipping on yummy drinks and boogying down to music by DJ-in-residence Vin Sol.
Welcome to Ticket Tuesdays, a weekly chance for you to score entry to some of the hottest shows in the Bay Area.
Celebrate the good life SF style with a farm-fresh feast for the senses. The glorious bounty of Northern California takes center stage as passionate chefs from the Bay Area’s most coveted restaurants wow guests with a thrilling selection of fresh, local and delicious dishes, accompanied by perfectly paired wines, beers and spirits.
Savor generous samples from one end of the square to the other while distinguished chefs and culinary experts strut their stuff live on the demo stage. Proceeds from the afternoon benefit the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA), operator of the Ferry Plaza Farmers
Vanessa and Sean met whilst working for San Francisco’s City Impact – a non-profit Christian organization located in the Tenderloin District that provides help to those in desperate need. They wanted their Wedding Day to be a reflection of their lives. In keeping with that vision, they chose to get married at the Salvation Army, extending an open invitation to the public to attend. Many people they serve on a daily basis attended the wedding and tears flowed freely as people recounted how Vanessa and Sean had given selflessly of themselves over the years. World renowned author and speaker Francis Chan presided over the heartfelt Ceremony. A moving, modern rendition of the hymn, Amazing Grace at the end of the ceremony didn’t leave many eyes dry!
If your usual method for selecting a wine to pair with a dry-aged, flame-kissed ribeye, a pile of burnt ends or crispy chicken wings slathered in sweet, spicy barbecue sauce involves grabbing the biggest bottle of red in sight, we beg you to reconsider.
Iso Rabins has been turning San Francisco's conception of fine dining on its head for nearly half a decade. The founder of ForageSF leads a community of foodies eager to explore a secret universe of eating. He hosts the popular Wild Kitchen dinner series featuring food gathered from foraging adventures throughout the city.
Each week, we offer a roundup of the best literary events in the city. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. Want to submit an upcoming event for consideration? Go here.
Tama Matsuoka Wong (Foraged Flavor: Finding Fabulous Ingredients in Your Backyard or Farmer's Market)
Saturday, August 4, 3-4 pm, at Omnivore Books (3885a Cesar Chavez St.)
With Denmark's Noma, which relies heavily on foraged ingredients, ranked as the top restaurant in the world, the ancient practice of foraging for food has gotten renewed attention. Wong (left), who serves as the forager for Daniel Boulud's acclaimed NYC restaurant Daniel, has written a guide that not only explains which foraged plants are edible, but which are the most delicious. She also delves into how to cook each plant, from obscurities like oxalis and creeping jenny to more well-known plants like dandelion leaves and purslane.
Consider the modest PDF, for almost two decades now the de facto standard digital document format first described by Adobe co-founder John Warnock as the “Camelot” system – a file format independent of specific software, hardware, and operating systems in the early '90s.
These days, probably the main way most of us are reminded how often we use PDFs is that annoying red icon of the Adobe Reader Updater that pops up almost constantly on our computer screens.
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