This month marks the 90th anniversary of the Castro Theatre, San Francisco's last fully functioning movie palace. With its towering and pulsating neon sign, the theatre is in the heart of one of the easiest recognized and most visited neighborhoods in the world.
The cars and stars shone brightly on a balmy San Francisco evening, as the top deck of the Metreon became the lavish location for Japanese automaker Lexus to introduce its new line.
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk will be on display at San Francisco's DeYoung Museum until August 19th. Put this exhibit on your list.
Peet's Coffee & Tea has announced to the world that it intends to be acquired by Joh A. Benckiser, a major stakeholder in Reckitt-Benckiser. Reckitt-Benckiser is the company that manufactures and markets the most widely distributed rat poison on the market, d-CON.
My summer journalism students decided they would like to try their hand at food writing. And so a recent afternoon found us circling the wagons, literally, in pursuit of a tasting lunch at the SoMa StrEat Food Park in San Francisco.
I recently sat down with comedian Nico Santos to talk about his upcoming headlining show in San Francisco. This outlandish and controversial comedian had a lot to say!
Most people generally don't venture this high up on Noe Valley's 24th Street unless they're heading to the park with their dog, but Brad Levy's neighborhood fixture Firefly has consistently been packing in the locals for almost 19 years.
The past helps us understand the present, and what better way to do that than through theater? Marat/Sade, on view now at Brava Theatre, is a story of class wars and revolution, remarkably close to our current world.
Things can get pretty hot, fast and crowded around the Bay Area in summertime. Not here. This will be your new favorite place on earth.
With the summer salons largely latent, a good rousing store opening was a superlative excuse to get spruced up (and a little sauced) amidst the swells. Some shopped, some gawked, but a good and gregarious time was had by all.
While we're fond of fun quick spins around San Francisco now and then, there's something so rewarding about a long scenic ride, especially one that leads to an exciting overnight destination instead of your front door.
Diamond anniversaries are rare, so when they do arise, it's best to appreciate the sparkle of the subject being celebrated. This year, the City of San Francisco delivers honors to two of its icons -- the Golden Gate Bridge and the Stern Grove Festival.
Mark Jackson's Salomania,is debuting with its world premiere at Aurora Theatre in Berkeley. Jackson carries the tale from the trenches of France to Old Bailey to taverns, bedrooms and other venues with remarkable fluidity and force.
Facebook has never been shy to include everyone on their site, but in recent years it has taken an active stance to really make the LGBT community feel welcome on the social networking site.
As I approach my one year living in San Francisco, I am quickly learning that June is a month full of celebrations and non-stop events all primarily focused on LGBT Pride. And there's one party that I'm not going to miss.
With the feature film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road on its way to U.S. theaters, it's the perfect time to make a pilgrimage to the Beat epicenter of San Francisco to see some Kerouac landmarks.