Arts + Culture
Dear Parking Guru,
I work in North Beach at night. I can already hear you saying, "Oy!" As there is a lot of construction going in North Beach, and probably will be until I die, can you explain the subtleties of the construction company "No Stopping" signs, specifically, the “No Parking Between the Hours of X and X” section?
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.
You know those painfully perfect people who always have gorgeous clothes, fabulous apartments and can string together a couple hardware store items into a badass statement necklace? Well Brit Morin of Brit + Co. is one of those ladies.
Halloween is coming fast, which means the holidays, and all the related giving that goes along with it, are right behind. The end of the year also marks 7x7's Favorite Charities contest, created in partnership with fellow San Francisco native Pacific Gas and Electric Company. It's our fourth year running, and it’s your nominations and votes that help recognize the organizations that you think are doing the most good in San Francisco.
One review and six previews of this weekend's upcoming flicks.
In the studio-authored blurb for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, which he also wrote and stars in, Don Jon's Addiction, the words "good old fashioned" appear not once, not twice, but three times.
The iconic San Francisco-based band, Metallica, has been rocking the hell out of the music industry for over 30 years — and there is no end in sight. People might think that that their latest movie, Metallica: Through the Never is your basic run-of-the-mill concert movie, but after talking to the band, it's a different take on their music.
I'm a 40-year-old gay guy in love with a man ten years my senior. He's everything I've ever wanted—smart, thoughtful, and compassionate (not to mention hunky). But we are serodiscordant: He's HIV-positive and I'm HIV-negative.
Chuck Palahniuk and the Cacophony Society
The infamous Fight Club author and member of Portland's chapter of the Cacophony Society talks to the minds behind the counterculture club. John Law and Carrie Galbraith reveal its history, from its edgy prankster beginnings to its current social media fueled events. Law and Galbraith are co-authors of Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society.
When: 7:30 p.m., Mon. 9/23
Where: Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St.