The intent of this show, says Chen, is to celebrate Bing in “Her rightful place in the Bay Area counterculture canon.”
Sutro Stewards currently help build and maintain over 4 miles of trails on the mountain. They have a nursery program which grows thousands of native plants for seeds or cuttings each year which support the conservation program performing habitat restoration activities on the mountain such as removing invasive species.
International Afro Latin Music artist John Santos on the outlaw of the drum in colonial times to the present day repression of arts in the public school system and all in between.
As Halloween approaches, Bay Area production company Into the Dark breezes into San Francisco with a new, riveting haunted experience, “The Summoning.” Live at SF’s Mint, the show is up to an hour long, with a combination of theatrics, scary mazes, and special effects.
SOMArts’celebrates their annual Dia de los Muertos exhibition with traditional altars and contemporary installations.
For 30 years the City of Berkeley has played host to a yearly pow wow celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day.
On a cold, foggy typical San Francisco afternoon, a small celebration brought the residents of Glen Park together at the end of Burnside Avenue for the completion of the new Burnside Mural.
San Francisco celebrated Mexican Independence Day with music, folk dancing, and the traditional historic ceremony of “El Grito”, or the cry.
The Cow Palace turned a section of the event hall into the Cat Palace last weekend as the San Francisco Cat Extravaganza came to town lasting Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Hot Johnnies serves an entire diverse menu that now includes all-day brunch items and a vegan corned beef.
On March 11th, 2022 the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) announced the long-awaited return of Chinatown’s native son: The We Are Bruce Lee: Under the Sky, One Family exhibition.
Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema presents free screenings of diverse, local filmmakers’ works in neighborhood parks, playgrounds, and other community-friendly spaces to increase the exposure and recognition of local artists and to heighten appreciation by neighborhood and citywide residents while bringing community together.
Displaying more than 150 of Rivera’s works, the exhibit maps the artist’s influence on creating Mexican and American identities.