Arts & Culture
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
In addition to Bay Area museums and studios, truly good art classes for small groups run by highly trained and inspirational instructors can be found in the neighborhoods of San Francisco.
Today, the experience to be had in a vintage movie house is entirely different from a multi-screen megaplex at the mall. Fortunately, some independent cinemas have been saved from the wrecker’s ball and others are focused on screening independent filmmakers.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, attend a festival or two in the East Bay. You can be sure of good times and good food for young and old, and even for Rover.
Here are a few picks of East Bay up-and-coming artists we’ve noticed are getting lots of attention.
What a pleasure for art lovers to spend a few hours together in these places.
We pause to look at San Francisco’s five oldest standing churches.
It’s time to bring some color into your new home with affordable art. Find it at these East Bay shops.
Become the next big name in show business. Start with a filmmaking class from one of these Bay Area educators and be well on your way.
Perhaps you have a New Year’s resolution to see more live theater in 2014. Here are a few good opportunities to do just that.