Saturday, October 24, 2020

Tag: California Historical Society

At Zinn Fair, Peter Cole explores SF’s unique history of labor and race

In Dockworker Power: Race and Activism in South Africa and the San Francisco Bay Area, labor historian Peter Cole uncovers the undocumented history of waterfront activism and its role in...

Arts Forecast: Green Thursday, Autumn Moon Fest, Comedy Day

ARTS FORECAST One of the great things about the tsunami of environmentalism hitting San Francisco this week is Green Thursday (Thu/13), during which a number of our larger arts organizations like...

Arts Forecast: Trans Film Fest, Renegade Craft Fair, Rebirth Brass Band …

ARTS FORECAST The biggest local arts news of last week was the announcement that Michael Tilson Thomas will step down as conductor of the SF Symphony in 2020 --...

Tremble, fair reader, before the mighty Litquake!

Litquake -- the annual, gargantuan local literary festival (October 6-14) -- is turning 18 this year. And it's ready to rumble right out of the gate, with a star-studded...

50th Summer of Love gathering finally happening

It's been a long and winding road to bring a celebration of the 50th Summer of Love to the park -- permit kuffufles, safety glitches, and communication frustrations abounded...
48 Hills: Big Week

San Francisco, beautifully Expo’d

A slew of exhibits and events take us back to 1915's Pan-Pacific International Exposition.  By Marke B.  ART LOOKS San Francisco is getting thrown back, way back, lately: 100 years back, in...