I had the pleasure of viewing the Matisse/Diebenkorn exhibit at the newly-renovated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art yesterday. Richard Diebenkorn is not only one of my favorite artists of the 20th century, but of all time. I have been a fan ever since I came across his abstract series of paintings titled Ocean Park. I consider
Franco went to his first touch-a-truck event and it was a blast for adults and kids! On a beautiful sunny day at the Presidio in San Francisco, Franco was able to touch, climb, steer and honk his way through a police car, fire engine, dump truck, moving truck, excavator, and cement truck. I had so
I scored front row seats to Hamilton for $186 and I’m going to share with you how I did it. The musical is currently playing in New York and Chicago, and recently kicked off its U.S. tour here in San Francisco this month. It’s coming to a city near you (Los Angeles, Seattle, DC, and London
I took a walk the other day, in a daze, as I am totally depressed about the election (is this really happening?), the Oakland Fire, and work shit. I just had to get the F away from my cubicle and breathe in fresh air. I walked away from the Financial District toward Union Square, heading
Gwyneth Paltrow of GOOP has opened up a pop-up store in a historical Frank Lloyd Wright building at 140 Maiden Lane in San Francisco. I like Gwynie, but who I really admire is Frank Lloyd Wright. I was in awe of the architecture and design, snapping photos like crazy. It reminded me of the Guggenheim.