Dino Ray Ramos
The iconic San Francisco-based band, Metallica, has been rocking the hell out of the music industry for over 30 years — and there is no end in sight. People might think that that their latest movie, Metallica: Through the Never is your basic run-of-the-mill concert movie, but after talking to the band, it's a different take on their music.
There are plenty of reasons to laugh — especially in the next two weeks. That said, here are 16 specific reasons to get you chuckling.
As usual, the lineup for this year's Mill Valley Film Festival is a cinematic feast for Bay Area cinephiles that lasts from October 3 to the 13th. From festival favorites to local up-and-coming filmmakers, the festival has a lot to choose from and if you can watch all films, then you probably manage your time better than me. If you aren't able to binge on all the movies, then here are 12 must-sees.
If you don't know by now, the new (and possibly final) season of The Real World is in San Francisco.
Here it is — your bi-weekly comedy calendar. Use it very wisely. It includes lots of rejects, Mad TV alums, a dude from Breaking Bad, and the almighty Patton Oswalt.
Woody Allen's latest movie, Blue Jasmine, takes place in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. The movie follows the slow and steady neurotic meltdown of Jasmine (played wonderfully by Cate Blanchett, by the way) as she moves from New York to San Francisco to reconnect with her sister, Ginger (also played wonderfully by Sally Hawkins) and start a new life after she goes completely bankrupt.
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