Arts + Culture
Last month, the art elite and their groupies descended on Miami for the annual Art Basel fair.
Dear Parking Guru,
In my neighborhood, a neighbor has a “no parking” sign on a the fence of a single-family home residential property. It has been up for a while and the house is now for sale. Can you "reserve" sidewalk parking in front of your home? Is this legal?
A bunch of new productions will be premiering around the Bay by month's end, including a pair of new plays at Berkeley Rep, but first up we have a high-budget, fascinating "immersive theater" experience from the Boxcar Theater company happening in the Tenderloin, and a revival of a century-old George Bernard Shaw anti-war play at A.C.T.
Many of us are settling into the first full week of work after the holidays…while adhering (or at least thinking about adhering) to New Year’s resolutions. Reward yourself for a job well done by indulging your creative side at five new art exhibits.
7x7 checks in with a member of the local film scene and takes their temperature. This week, we chat with Oakland-based film producer Jon Duffy.
Fancy yourself a first-rate nature photographer? Now's your chance to show your talent.