More than 10,000 people flocked to San Francisco for their chance in the spotlight this month. A sea of dreamers with tickets to audition brought their vocal talent, instruments, and a much needed supply of patience. By 5am, there wasn’t a parking space to be found outside AT&T Park as Hollywood hopefuls lined the pavement […]Read more "American Idol hopefuls converge on San Francisco"
The last six years have been a whirlwind of back and forth decisions on the rights of same-sex couples to legally wed. The latest hurdle in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals puts another postponement on marriages while the legal process plays out — ultimately heading to the U.S. Supreme Court. So I guess it’s […]Read more "Same-sex marriage – a yo-yo of approvals and denials"
Every August 1st in San Francisco’s Excelsior District fans celebrate the sounds of their hero – Jerry Garcia – with music, tie-dyed t-shirts, posters, peace signs and endless paraphernalia to mark his birthday (this would have been his 68th). But what makes it special to buy your hippie gear here is that it goes to […]Read more "Jerry Day — Influence of the Grateful Dead in San Francisco Lives On"