Arts & Culture
Wing it! Be spontaneous. Take in an improv evening or learn to do it yourself. San Francisco has some wonderful coaches and improv courses with plenty of opportunities to have some good laughs. It’s great medicine no matter which side of the stage you’re on.
After talking to a little gathering of Bay Area kids at their summer camp about their favorite art exhibits, these are their current top choices.
The Orpheum, Golden Gate and Curran theatres have filled their schedules chock-a-block with a lineup of top Broadway musical hits for San Francisco audiences. It’s the 20th century all over again with terrific revivals and television throwbacks.
San Francisco’s performance scene is certainly diverse. One venue that is not to be missed is the iconic Castro Theatre.
Next time you visit your favorite San Francisco museum or stop in at one you haven’t been to lately, take a moment to see their docent tour offerings. From a former isolation cell in a maximum security prison to a 4th century treasure, we’ve got you and your curiosity covered.
The East Bay has many great outdoor basketball courts, including one of America’s most famous.
One of the things that makes a great science exhibit deserving of that tag is its enduring appeal for everyone. Go with a kindergartener or a grandmother and you’ll see just what we mean.
Browse this list of the latest exhibits to see what catches your eye.
Refer to this guide to five of the Bay Area’s most interesting churches.
In partnering with churches, schools, parks, clubs and people, these non-profit organizations bring live theater and life’s lessons to as many of the public as they possibly can.