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)!
Rest not, ye wicked ones. Your Fourth of July hangover stands no chance of winning over these shows.
Roman candles, bottle rockets, fountains, snakes, sparklers, flowers — what once was an amiable childhood memory will now get you pinched by the law. Sure, some like to watch safe-and-sane firework displays high in the sky come Independence Day. But others choose to choose to take part in the melee of illegal fireworks scattered throughout the city. We won’t tell you where to buy them (oh, YOU know where to buy them), but we will tell you where you can watch from a safe distance.
At glamorous SF legend Juanita MORE!'s 2014 Pride Party last Sunday, guests flaunted their style as they enjoyed pulsing entertainment by a variety of artists. We're talking the whole shebang: music, pen-and-paper, and performance, from the ranks of Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters, Jason Kendig, Lady Bunny, and more. The day-long party benefited the AIDS Housing Alliance, raising a staggering $75,000 to provide resources for the first-ever permanent rental subsidy program for the burgeoning queer homeless population.
Clown. Mime. Comedian. Bartender. Jill Vice has quite the impressive resume.
SFMOMA and the Asian Art Museum joined forces to present "Gorgeous," a diverse artistic collection that explores the gamut of what society considers to be beautiful, from conventionally attractive starlets to images that, at the same time, are both disturbing and appealing.
7x7 editors reveal the best events going on this week, giving you a heads-up on tickets to grab before they sell out!
This year's San Francisco Pride weekend was a record-breaker. Not only in terms of numbers (1.7 million people, according to officials), but also the sundry of assorted corporations and tech companies using the annual queer freedom day parade to their advantage.
Need to escape this heat? To the music halls!