Category Archives: San Francisco News

Zarsha Leo: Bustling Burlingame Bar

A new bar has opened in San Mateo’s Burlingame, SF.  Zarsha Leo, headed by CEO Evan Burschkopf has been expanding its presence throughout the Bay area in recent months. “Given that I have decided to make Zarsha Leo a global event, I figured that giving my bar a real presence throughout the States was a…

New Jazz Center

The New SF Jazz Center is now officially open, situated a few blocks away from City Hall at Franklin.   On opening night punters were privy to Esperanza Spaulding (the first jazz artist ever to win a Grammy as best new artist); McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano and Eric Harland, with Bill Cosby as emcee.  Other performers…

Christmas Cards are Back in Fashion

For some time, partly due to the escalation and ease of e-cards, many people stopped sending Christmas cards, or sent way fewer.  They were received only for those who were not web-savvy, like the elderly.  But it seems that Christmas 2012 things are changing.  At least that has been the experience of two Bay Area…

San Francisco and Paris: Museum Agreement

An international accord was recently reached between Paris’ Musée du Louvre and San Francisco’s Fine Arts Museums on a series of exhibitions and exchanges.  In it, works of art from both collections will be shared so that Paris will get to see what’s being exhibited in San Francisco and vice versa, over the next five…

Creative Writing Workshops

Creative writing workshops know no bounds.  They are ageless; they are non-discriminatory vis-à-vis talent; one does not need to learn a set “style” – anything goes.  That is probably why these days they are cropping up everywhere: from India to Ireland; America to Afghanistan and everywhere in between.  Indeed, the motto of the Afghan Women’s…

Old Mandarin Islamic

San Francisco’s halal restaurant – the Old Mandarin Islamic – should feel a surge of pride.  French guide Michelin & Cie just recognized it for its food – good value and quality – with a Big Gourmand award for dishes such as tomato egg flower soup and mandarin lamb. This organization is the second largest…

Green City Getting Greener

San Francisco has always been known for being green.  And what’s even more impressive about this region is that it continues to work hard to improve on its already envious green record.  In recent news in the Bay area, it was reported that Shell Energy North America has received initial approval on a five-year deal…

San Francisco Mime Troupe Opening

  A couple of weeks ago saw the opening of the annual San Francisco Mime Troupe.  In its 53rd season, it will be premiering, “For the Greater Good or the Last Election” This performance is based around the classic 19th century drama, “The Poor of New York.”  But what the SF Mime Troupe does differently,…

Bay Restaurant Renovations

  Tiburon’s Transformations Tiburon Grill – located in the Tiburon hotel on the San Francisco Bay – will not only be changing its name to Tiburon Tavern, but also its food.  On June 4, the new restaurant will stop serving its Californian cuisine and instead be offering its customers “elevated comfort cuisine,” focusing on a…

San Francisco Saves its Pets

San Francisco has always been very pet-friendly. But now, the city’s emergency workers are making plans to look after dogs and cats when the next big earthquake strikes.  It is hoped that pet-disaster responders will be able to facilitate the journey for household pets to 125 temporary animal shelters.  As well, any pets that are…

Category Archives: San Francisco News

Zarsha Leo: Bustling Burlingame Bar

A new bar has opened in San Mateo’s Burlingame, SF.  Zarsha Leo, headed by CEO Evan Burschkopf has been expanding its presence throughout the Bay area in recent months. “Given that I have decided to make Zarsha Leo a global event, I figured that giving my bar a real presence throughout the States was a…

New Jazz Center

The New SF Jazz Center is now officially open, situated a few blocks away from City Hall at Franklin.   On opening night punters were privy to Esperanza Spaulding (the first jazz artist ever to win a Grammy as best new artist); McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano and Eric Harland, with Bill Cosby as emcee.  Other performers…

Christmas Cards are Back in Fashion

For some time, partly due to the escalation and ease of e-cards, many people stopped sending Christmas cards, or sent way fewer.  They were received only for those who were not web-savvy, like the elderly.  But it seems that Christmas 2012 things are changing.  At least that has been the experience of two Bay Area…

San Francisco and Paris: Museum Agreement

An international accord was recently reached between Paris’ Musée du Louvre and San Francisco’s Fine Arts Museums on a series of exhibitions and exchanges.  In it, works of art from both collections will be shared so that Paris will get to see what’s being exhibited in San Francisco and vice versa, over the next five…

Creative Writing Workshops

Creative writing workshops know no bounds.  They are ageless; they are non-discriminatory vis-à-vis talent; one does not need to learn a set “style” – anything goes.  That is probably why these days they are cropping up everywhere: from India to Ireland; America to Afghanistan and everywhere in between.  Indeed, the motto of the Afghan Women’s…

Old Mandarin Islamic

San Francisco’s halal restaurant – the Old Mandarin Islamic – should feel a surge of pride.  French guide Michelin & Cie just recognized it for its food – good value and quality – with a Big Gourmand award for dishes such as tomato egg flower soup and mandarin lamb. This organization is the second largest…

Green City Getting Greener

San Francisco has always been known for being green.  And what’s even more impressive about this region is that it continues to work hard to improve on its already envious green record.  In recent news in the Bay area, it was reported that Shell Energy North America has received initial approval on a five-year deal…

San Francisco Mime Troupe Opening

  A couple of weeks ago saw the opening of the annual San Francisco Mime Troupe.  In its 53rd season, it will be premiering, “For the Greater Good or the Last Election” This performance is based around the classic 19th century drama, “The Poor of New York.”  But what the SF Mime Troupe does differently,…

Bay Restaurant Renovations

  Tiburon’s Transformations Tiburon Grill – located in the Tiburon hotel on the San Francisco Bay – will not only be changing its name to Tiburon Tavern, but also its food.  On June 4, the new restaurant will stop serving its Californian cuisine and instead be offering its customers “elevated comfort cuisine,” focusing on a…

San Francisco Saves its Pets

San Francisco has always been very pet-friendly. But now, the city’s emergency workers are making plans to look after dogs and cats when the next big earthquake strikes.  It is hoped that pet-disaster responders will be able to facilitate the journey for household pets to 125 temporary animal shelters.  As well, any pets that are…

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