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Scenes of the City: Pier 92 Grain Silo Art Project

The abandoned grain silos of Pier 90/92 on the shore of Islais Creek in Bayview are now the scene of a massive public art project.   

Q&A With Alicia Hall Moran, Bay Area Native and Star of 'Porgy and Bess'

Upon watching The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, you will come to the realization that they really don't make musicals like this anymore.

American Letdown: 7 Films to Watch This Week

Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson's doc American Promise is a story about outsized hopes fostered by the American educational system, and the equally outsized disappointments that await those who dare to believe in their own will to power.

Vote for Your Favorite San Francisco Charity! Top 7 Finalists

It's time for the final voting round of our beloved Favorite Charities contest, created in partnership with fellow San Francisco native Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

14 Ways to Laugh Your Ass Off

Thanksgiving is upon us and before we know it, the holidays will be in full swing. That said, there is plenty of opportunity to laugh your ass off before approaching the hectic magic that is the holiday season. God knows you'll need it.

SF Law Firm Giving Landlords Free Workshops on How to Evict Tenants


Everybody is freaking out about the state of rent in the Bay Area.

Reading Roundup: This Week's Top Literary Events

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.

This Week's Hottest Events: Cirque du Soleil, Literary Death Match, and the International Hip-Hop Festival

Foodie Conversation
David Tanis and The Kitchen Sisters
"City Kitchen" columnist and home chef advocate, David Tanis, comes to San Francisco to share his thoughts on food with Davia Nelson of The Kitchen Sisters.

What Are You Working On? With Carlton Evans

7x7 checks in with a member of the local film scene and takes their temperature. This week, we chat with film producer and Disposable Film Fest founder Carlton Evans. 

Group Exhibition a Litmus Test of Locally Inspired Talent

Ouroboros, the enigmatic ancient symbol of the snake eating its tail, appears across cultures and in multiple contexts, from the tombs of the Egyptian pharaohs and the annals of Jungian philosophy to mythological tales of alchemy.

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