Arts + Culture
There are a couple of things that we need to know about the forthcoming 29th (and rumored final season) of MTV's The Real World. For one, it's takes place in our fine city of San Francisco. Secondly, it will possibly be the most delightfully scandalous season yet.
Making movie recommendations can be a dicey proposition. Luckily, picks for flicks to see at Another Hole in the Head, which kicked off on Black Friday and runs almost up until Christmas, hardly need to come with a warning--a certain potential for awful-ness is all part of the fun.
A friend told me she signed up at Ashley Madison, the site for cheaters, and that she was meeting all kinds of interesting (married) men on it, so I went and checked it out, more out of curiosity than any real desire to sign up.
This SF-based company allows you to get a laser cut wood map of your San Francisco neighborhood, a European city where you proposed, or pretty much any neighborhood around the globe.
It pains me to say it, but there isn't much going on in movies over Thanksgiving. Big studios know they have a captive audience, so they dump some of their least interesting flicks over the long holiday. Do yourself a favor (unless you've got kids, then definitely go see Disney's Frozen) and plop down on the couch in front of some Netflix and consider something to be really thankful for: the continuing existence of Kathleen Hanna.
It's a time of year for dinner dates and holiday gifts and roaming Union Square amid the bustle, so you may want to consider a couple of options for some December theater-going.