Arts + Culture
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the ultimate last-minute Christmas gift: Tommy Wiseau. I caught up with the enigmatic and often just plain hard-to-understand director of the off-the-wall cult classic The Room, which plays at a midnight screening this Saturday at The Clay, when he comes to San Francisco for the film's 10th Anniversary screenings.
Dear Parking Guru,
I drove into the City to do some shopping and parked at an Embarcadero Garage. As I parked, a very nice attendant approached me and said that it was a $20 flat rate. I paid him $20 and went on my way. Upon returning I found a parking violation on my windshield.
Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.
Just because it's the end of the year, doesn't mean there is a lack of comedy shows. In fact, there are an overabundance of opportunities to laugh your ass off well into 2014.
The San Francisco Chapter of the Links—one of the city's oldest and pre-eminient organizations with over six decades of service to the community—held a wonderful benefit concert at the luminous SFJAZZ Center, where the artistry of jazz blended with healing rhythms to create an intergenerational experience that touched the heart, soul, and spirit.
Hello Parking Guru,
I just got a copy of your book, and was ecstatic to have found that such a thing exists; however, my reason for finding it is less than desirable. I recently got tagged for not curbing my wheels on a grade, on a street where I have never been cited for this, Brannan at Delancey.