San Franciso's beards and hippies have a new hang out. But dandies and professionals have a warm seat on the custom-made '20s-style train station bench, too. F.S.C. Barber still smells of woodchips, and it's open for business. Replete with vintage and reburbished furniture, an apothecary station, a 100-year-old mahogany pillared floor, a retail shop, and shoe shining station, Valencia Street's new barber lounge melds tradition with modernity.
May I suggest Undressed — the latest Public Works Pop-Up Gallery show — as a stealth date idea? Through May 11, the Mission art/music/creative space is hosting their most provocative exhibit yet. With fleshy works by local artists, what stood out were the elaborate, bust-baring Native American supernatural creatures by Chelsea Brown.
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