Arts + Culture
Waiting three years for SFMOMA to reopen will be hard enough, but going that long without my go-to art and design store would mean an uninspired holiday season (the MuseumStore has been my one-stop-shop for gifts three years running now). In the spirit of great pop-ups, SFMOMA has made a temporary home for its shop on Yerba Buena Lane in the old Museum of Craft and Folk Art space across from the Contemporary Jewish Museum. The store, which opened on August 7, was designed to evoke memories of the old space. Think gray- and black-striped columns (a nod to the old museum's atrium), reused wood and materials from the original store, and sustainable bamboo and cork.
Juanita MORE! is a denizen of the limelight. For two decades, the tireless hostess has blitzed SF with high glamour, drag irreverence, and danceable beats. But the queen of the night is more than what meets the eye: an unexpectedly quiet soul from Hayward who’s kicked cancer, has a loving family, raises piles of money for charity, and is a wicked cook to boot.
I'm a bisexual dude who loves sex and has no trouble finding partners. But here's my “only in SF” problem. I love three-ways with another guy and a girl. To me, it’s the hottest combination possible. The challenge is that it's very hard to find a straight guy who can deal with me as bisexual.
If you dig funny ladies who are dominating the comedy scene, embarassing stories told in front of total strangers, and impromptu musicals, then you're in luck. The next two weeks were made just for you.