Arts + Culture
If daylight savings hasn't already given you enough reason to get out on the town, these art openings should. Serge Sorokko Gallery hosts the eccentric Hunt Slonem, Alter Space features creative performances and displays by local artists, White Walls Project Space unveils portraits of the Tenderloin's overlooked, and Rudolf Bauer finally gets his due with a retrospective and a play.
Five of Broadway's hottest musicals are coming to SF this year (four of which have never played in the city before) and seriously, with a line up this good you're not going to want to miss a single song.
7x7 editors reveal the hottest events going on this week and give you a head's up on tickets to grab in advance (before they sell out)!
What do house music, green beer, and the red carpet have in common; they're all competing fot the spotlight in San Francisco this week. There's no excuse to lead a boring existence when you're equipped with this hottest events list. We've even pulled an event you can attend with your favorite pooch.
Annette Bening, Jack Nicholson, Renée Zellweger, Bonnie Raitt, Danny DeVito, Josh Groban, Amber Riley, Randy Newman, and Kathy Griffin will all be at Davies Symphony Hall next week for a special event to benefit children with life-threatening diseases.
Todd Selby, Brooklyn dweller and photographer du jour, may be house hunting in L.A., but he still maintains solid ties to the Bay Area. The UC Berkeley grad travels here frequently and continues to find inspiration in creative types across industries. Here's a look at just a few of the locals he's zeroed in on over the years.
Although we don’t need much convincing that San Francisco is a magical place, your 3,000 #SFMagic pics sure blew us away! We saw aerial shots of the Golden Gate Bridge, pups playing on Bernal Hill, cutie-pie couples in love, and a whole lot more in-between. It was tough to narrow it down to our top seven photos, but after agonizing over so many fabulous pics we can’t wait for you to vote on the favorites.
Australia's entry to the best foreign film category at the Academy Awards, The Rocket, didn't win the category. The Laos-set film, which captured accolades all over its home country and nearly swept Tribeca, wasn't even nominated, passed over for six selections all notable for their decidedly "adult" subject material, which is too bad, because it's a damn good film.