Flyaway Productions’ new aerial dance, Multiple Mary and Invisible Jane, is a perspective bending performance that is ethereal but not light. The action in this Tenderloin-site-specific dance takes place 80 feet in the air however the story it tells takes place on the ground.
Like a circus high-wire act on steroids, Multiple Mary and Invisible Jane, is a blend of dance, mountain climbing, and rappelling. Performers spin and magically dive through space.
Visually stunning Multiple Mary and Invisible Jane combines dance and activism for a performance that has as much substance as it has form.
1 Adidas Giant Tent Sale + 1 Hello Kitty Blowout Sale = Perfect Retail Therapy
Jonesing for retail therapy in the form of a major sale? I know I have been. Now with Fall in the air and two super sales on the horizon who doesn’t want to buy, buy, buy, especially high quality goods selling for up to 80% off the regular retail price?
Four Sundays a year the awe-inspiring California Academy of Sciences opens it doors and invites the worshiping public in for FREE. Mark your calendar and prepare to be seriously wowed. Continue reading →
Question: What city has an assemblymember doing live standup?
Okay, trick question since all our politicians are comedians (but generally not in a way that makes you laugh.) But San Francisco (of course) has an actual, ha, ha comedian among its politicos. Hats off to Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, a regular at San Francisco’s Comedy Day.
LOL with Ammiano and the other 40+ comedians at this weekend’s FREE Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park. Continue reading →
Attend Dreamforce, the cloud computing event of the year, for free. That’s right, FREE.
Your free registration allows you access to:
many keynote sessions (including the ones featuring Neil Young, Hillary Clinton and Al Gore);
the Cloud Expo vendors;
some of the world’s most innovative thinkers;
first look at new products; and
serious networking opportunities.
People from around the globe flock to this amazing event and pay big bucks to gain full access. The freebie option is perfect for folks who just want to hear the keynote speakers and/or acquire a ton of logo pens, postits, and reusable bags of questionable utility…
The San Francisco Fringe Festival delivers a world-class Indie theater experience with cutting edge, intriguing, original, and thought-provoking theater in almost every genre. There definitely is something for everyone.
With ridiculously cheap ticket prices you owe it to yourself to take a chance on live theater. See one show, two shows, or binge watch all 35. Continue reading →
Fans of Stanley Kubrick will want to see Spoke Art’s exhibition, Kubrick: An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Stanley Kubirck. The exhibit promises to be as multifaceted as the man who inspired it. Continue reading →
Love museums but can’t afford the price of admission? I feel you. Museum entry is expensive so knowing the elusive free day is a deal worth tracking.
BTW, this Super List: Free Days @SF Museums includes a few not-to-miss museums that are outside of San Francisco (but in the Bay Area) and a few that are not exactly free but have seriously reduced admission so they are on the super list. Plus find links to museums free all the time.