Articles by Michie Ortiz
Monday, March 27
Please note that we were not able to confirm if “Silent Book Club: Book Lovers’ Monthly Reading | San Jose” is happening on March 27.
Please note that the last “Odd” Strange Stand-Up Comedy & Drink Specials | SF” was conducted on March 13.
Please note that there will be no tacos this week, it’s Ramen instead.
Our March 27th show features:
Tuesday, March 28
When diverse people bring together diverse ideas, big things happen. And the tech industry is no different. As the center of one of the most diverse counties in the Bay Area, Oakland is poised like no other city to become the hub for inclusive, diverse, …
Learn the tips and tricks for creating “little world” terrariums as they walk you through the process of creating a terrarium in any vessel. After the demo, create your own terrarium to take home.
Free, but an RSVP is required.
All materials & tools provided: mosses, succulents, …
March 28 lineup:
Join KQED, the Presidio Trust and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy for a free preview screening and panel discussion of PBS Nature’s new documentary, Yosemite, and discover how climate change is affecting one of America’s greatest national parks.
Free, but an RSVP is required.
Moderator: Craig Miller, KQED Science Editor
Panelists: Joseph Pontecorvo
Filmmaker; Anthony Ambrose, UC Berkeley Tree Canopy Biologist
This month we are joined by some wonderful comics gracing the stage:
Matt Lieb (Al Jazeera, Vice)
Scott Capurro (the movie, Mrs. Doubtfire)
Drew Platt (SXSW)
Welcomed, as always, by your intrepid hosts: Jeff Anaya, Joey Avery, and Andrew Orolfo
Wednesday, March 29
Join Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism on March 29, 2017 for an evening discussion on Journalism and Silicon Valley: The Balance of Power, examining the rapidly evolving relationship between journalism and technology.
Free, but an RSVP is required as space is limited.
Joaquin Alvarado, …
This week features comedians:
Max Gellerman (NYC)
Richard Sarvate (The Set Up, SF Punchline)
Drew Harmon (SF Sketchfest)
Karinda Dobbins (Opens for Trevor Noah)
Thursday, March 30
Disposable Film Festival is taking over of the gorgeous pre-1908 Mystic Hotel. Featuring DFF favorites from the past 10 years and a special Video Confession Booth installation.
Celebrate the start of baseball season by welcoming the San Francisco Giants pitcher Hunter Strickland. Stop by for a chance to meet Hunter, take a selfie – and of course – stock up on baseball gear for the season.
Plus, enter for your chance to win tickets …
Learn to build sculptural floral arrangements using materials gathered from nature. Local artist and designer Ezra Cattan will bring together driftwood, stone, moss, twigs and flowers for a unique take on floral arranging and the artistic process.
San Francisco-based artist and designer Ezra Cattan demonstrates a …
Executive Chef Mike Ward offers up some full-bodied advice and backs it up with a fresh made dish complimented by classic Wente Vineyards vino. Sample the pair and raise your glass to a match made in foodie heaven.
Friday, March 31
The Ruth Bancroft Garden’s annual Spring Opening and Plant Sale is the Bay Area’s best source for drought tolerant plants, succulents, cacti, California natives, and other Mediterranean climate plants.
2017 Ruth Bancroft Garden Spring Opening and Plant Sale
Friday, March 31, 2017 | 10 am to 3 pm
Got the day off? Take a guided walk around San Francisco and learn something new about the city you love on Cesar Chavez Day, a bank holiday in California.
2017 Cesar Chavez Day Walking Tours
Friday, March 31, 2017
All Over San Francisco
FREE but donations greatly appreciated
San Francisco City Guides Schedule
Dance Anywhere is an annual conceptual public art performance and an invitation for people to stop their routine and dance wherever they are.
Find performances at noon in San Francisco… 3 pm in New York… 8 pm in Rome, Prague and Cairo… 10 pm in Istanbul, …
Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV) is a celebration of trans* lives with the trans* community, allies and community partners coming together at the San Francisco LGBT Center.
2017 Transgender Day of Visibility
Friday, March 31, 2017 | 5:30 pm-8:30 pm
SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St
FREE, but an RSVP is required.
Trans Day of Visibility …
Dress to the nines, set your clocks to the year 1920, and come marvel at Speakeasy Circus: Fools’ Delight, their staff and adult student cabaret on March 31, 2017 and April 1, 2017.
Tickets are $20 general admission / $10 for AcroSports students
Enter the underground speakeasy with the …