If you missed Keith Haring’s sculpture Three Dancing Figures driving down City streets, click this link to see a video of the awesome sight:
The sculpture was moved from SOMA to Golden Gate Park to honor the opening of Keith Haring: The Political Line at the DeYoung Museum. This is the first major Haring show on the West Coast in nearly two decades. Don’t miss it!
How about those Giants?
Looking toward the Alcatraz side of the San Francisco Bay is the best place in the country to spend the evening of July 4th. Sure, other towns have music and fireworks and food, but this City has magic. Try for Coit Tower or one of the footbridges into Pier 39, early, because there will be crowds. Happy crowds. Dancing and singing crowds. If you’re able-bodied, park near Fort Mason or even in one of the garages near Union Square and walk to your favorite high ground for viewing. Roads get closed, buses and cable cars get full after the fireworks, so you’ll need to be able to walk some blocks to a taxi stand or back to your car or just stay with the street party at Fisherman’s Wharf a little later.
Oh yeah, and if you want to eat out during that weekend, make your reservations today.
FREE admission at YBCA gallery today. And check-out the varied performance schedule with jazz, dance, acting workshops and more. Travel around the world while sitting in your seats at the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.
Click here to purchase tickets to the SF Ethnic Dance Festival.
Kudos to San Francisco Playhouse for 23 Award nominations from San Francisco Bay Area Critics’ Circle! Amazing, especially considering that the Critics’ Circle is, well, critical. Only two plays left in the Playhouse’s season, so get tickets now to Seminar and everyone’s favorite irreverent musical fairy tales, Into the Woods.
Kudos to SF Giants fan/photographer Ron LeValley for capturing one of the many creative ways San Franciscans find to get first-hand reports during home games! Our guys are back in AT&T Park-by-the-Bay April 8-17.
It’s called McCovey Cove, the destination of numerous boat companies, picnic sails, and private tugs to be close to the game and hear it live bayside.
Think you don’t like art? Consider yourself double-dared to remain unconverted after seeing SF Playhouse’s transformative production of Bauer. A world premier script by Lauren Gunderson headed for New York, powerful acting, thoughtful directing, beautiful set and projected art — all based on the real life story of painter Rudolf Bauer (whose work is on exhibit at the Weinstein Gallery around the corner on Geary Street). What’s not to like, right?
Click to see the Bauer catalog from the Weinstein Gallery, 383 Geary St.
Dance Week San Francisco 2014 kicks off with another free dance-along in Union Square. START NOW to learn an easy dance at home online, or attend one of the free rehearsals to learn it. Bring friends or come solo to shake your booty with fellow San Franciscans!