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San Francisco is the backdrop to many fantastical things like breathtaking architecture, a rich arts scene and a deep-rooted culture that is inherent to the fabric of America. And now, IlluminateSF is setting the area aglow with 11 artworks throughout the City by the Bay on display with some pieces that accentuate well-known landmarks and hidden secrets of the city. Comment?
Santorini is well known as an island paradise with deep blue waters, breathtaking sunsets and distinct red, black and white sand beaches. It is a stopping point for many cruise ships in the Mediterranean and thousands of tourists soak in the culture and pleasure of the island every year. Comment?
'Black Virgins are not for Hipsters' a new comedy solo show by Echo Brown opens at The Marsh in the Mission. 'Rise' and 'Black Virgins are not for Hipsters' are each about virginity and the so called loss of it seems to be at the heart of new romantic comedy solo shows in San Francisco in May. The perspective of each of these autobiographical-style monologues comes from a different corner of the fringe theater world. Comment?
The detective couple sips martinis while sleuthing. See them in film, a television series from 1957 to 1959 and hear them on radio. Comment?
Market Street runs through the heart of San Francisco, yet it can feel uninviting and disconnected to the communities that surround it. Last fall, San Francisco residents were invited to submit their innovative ideas to turn Market Street's sidewalks - from the Embarcadero to Van Ness Avenue - into more engaging places for our citizens to connect. Comment?
As locals, it's easy to take San Francisco's natural beauty for granted. Its prime location means the waterfront offers one knock-out view after another. Comment?
'Inside Out' with Stephen Kearin, a chat filmed by Ben Long about the one man show on growing up in his family during the 60s and 70s 'Inside Out' by improv veteran Stephen Kearin means he will share what it was like to grow up in his family in the 60s and 70s. He still lives in Pasadena and grew up in Southern California. Comment?
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