Impressionists at America’s Cup

America’s Cup is in full swing and it’s also an artist’s gateway to creative expression . Sketch artists and live painters were invited to tap into their genius as San Francisco hosts a premier sailing competition which dates back to 1851.  Cityscape Impressionist Michael Rodman was among 50 artists toting a canvas and easel to a vantage […]

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City Lights Books #SanFrancisco Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

#SanFrancisco #CityLights turns 60 and supporters are dancing in the streets of Jack Kerouac Alley as 94-year old Lawrence Ferlinghetti autographs books upstairs.  The author, activist and bookstore co-founder published many works by the Beats including Ginsberg, and Kerouac.  The year long celebration has just begun — click here for a series of upcoming events: […]

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Brilliant Easter in #SanFrancisco

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 […]

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Lombard Love Affair

The Sunday Drive is always in vogue in San Francisco and one favorite path is also sure to feed the ego.  The famous crooked road of Lombard Street is elegantly paved in brick, set against pristine real estate, only has a speed limit of 5 mph to show off your Ferrari gloves and Porsche shades, […]

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