The dome of the Neptune Society’s Columbarium. Photo by Thomas Hawk.
This Thursday, the 4-Star Theater will host a one-night-only screening of “Suck” at 8:30pm, a comedy centered on a rock ‘n’ roll band that will do anything to become famous. The film “kicks the ball out of the stadium in… Continue Reading
Every fountain in the concourse was running tonight in Golden Gate Park. A marvelous sight! The fencing should be coming down any day now; most of the construction equipment was gone too. Sarah B.
I visited the Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay exhibition again tonight. These are the final few days of the show so if you haven’t seen these masterpieces up close, don’t miss the chance. The de Young has… Continue Reading
That’s a cross section of a Humboldt County redwood tree on the right. Our friends over at Inside Outside Lands posted about some new Sutro Baths photos that were recently added to the Cliff House Project website. I’ve lived in… Continue Reading
Abbie Dwelle (left), Wendy Hawkins and Olivia Griffin of Paul’s Hat Works. Photo: Stephen Lam / The Chronicle I received a lovely, handmade invitation in the mail this week announcing the one year anniversary of “the marriage of Paul’s Hat… Continue Reading
Stop by the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park on Sunday for a day of Seussian proportions. The one and only Cat in the Hat will be in attendance to celebrate his new TV show, “The Cat in… Continue Reading
If you’re a bush or tree in or near Golden Gate Park, you better watch your back. After dozens of trees were cut down in Golden Gate Park and three beds in the park’s Rose Garden were nearly destroyed, another… Continue Reading