From men racing trikes in Potrero Hill to dancing in the rain in Dolores Park — San Francisco delivered a brilliant Easter set to the tunes of the TrashKan Marchink Band. By: Diane Harrigan Related articles Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to Perform a Trash Exorcism on Dolores Park for Easter Easter Egg Hunts, Parades, Celebrations […]Read more "Brilliant Easter in #SanFrancisco"
San Francisco custom made gifts are the buzz this holiday season, as independent marketplaces sprout up across the city. This weekend SFMade‘s Holiday Gift Fair, the Lower Haight Holiday Art walk, Remodelista Holiday Market, the Crucible’s Holiday Gifty Fair and Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party are just a few venues where shoppers can grab original designs. One destination […]Read more "SF Holiday Shopping – Local, Social, Imaginative"
Zoo Station – a Bay area U2 tribute band – rolled through San Francisco on a flatbed to electrify the crowd at the tail end of the 161st annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade – and they were running on all cylinders. Dubbed “The Complete U2 Experience” vocalist Bonalmost (Joshua Fryvecind) has a remarkable resemblance to […]Read more "Zoo Station Rocks San Francisco on St. Patrick’s Day"
John Vicino is an enchanting and memorable gift to tourists winding down their San Francisco holiday. As 2011 comes to a close, all the streets are wet and the skies are gray, but that only enhances the atmosphere as one soaks up the soothing sounds of this compelling musician — especially against a backdrop of […]Read more "The Allure of John Vicino"
The O’Brien family is the trumpet playing equivalent of the Von Trapp family of singers. The children range in age from 12 to 17 — all accomplished musical artists with a dream. Their father instilled in each of them a love of melody from an early age, and they’ve taken his inspiration to new heights. […]Read more "A Musical Family’s Christmas Dream"
I believe we live in a world of understanding. But sometimes I wonder where a story gets its twist. “Holiday shoppers find beggars less than ducky,” graced the SF Chronicle recently — the tale of a homeless man who quacks like a duck and reportedly scares tourists. Somehow I doubt that’s why San Francisco slipped […]Read more "San Francisco Holiday — Street Reflections in the Shadow of a Rainbow"