Arts + Culture
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)!
As you leave the Castro Farmers Market each Wednesday with a reusable bag stuffed with the freshest seasonal produce (did everyone stock up on stone fruit this week?), you might have noticed a handmade kiosk about yay high reminiscent of Lucy Van Pelt.
What would you do if you couldn't look in a mirror for an entire year? Kjerstin Gruys did exactly that, covering every pane of glass in her house, avoiding windows, and learning to put on makeup sans mirror in order to reform her troubled relationship with her body.
In 2010, Ben Davis had a thought: "What if the Bay Bridge was used as a canvas of light?"
A comedy legend, a comedy stoner, classic sci-fi TV improv, and an evening of riffing on campy horror classics — all this can only happen in San Francisco.
From the Toy Story trilogy to The Incredibles and Up, Pixar Animation Studios has forever impacted filmmaking and given children (and children-at-heart, a.k.a. all of San Francisco) some seriously adorable characters. After all, who can resist WALL-E's soulful robot eyes or the heartwarming devotion of Dug, Up's heart-before-brains golden retriever?
The day before the 4th of July, an even greater explosion of color and brilliance occurred here at 7x7 HQ. We are, of course, talking makeup—virtual makeup, that is. No longer would we have to find the perfect drag mother to help us paint our face to trashy perfection. Instead, we turned to Makeup Genius by L'Oreal.