This year, from Feb. 27 to March 30, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will host a showcase of nine design and architecture films. While their topics range from exploring the hidden waterways of cities all over the world to in depth studies of architects like Tadao Ando and Frank Lloyd Wright, The Daily took a more detailed look at two of the showcase’s most exciting films.
With an expected sense of decorum, visitors took their seats in the SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium, and quietly prepared for an evening of Latin jazz. As the lights dimmed, I felt the mood of the room change. Suddenly, performer John Santos was on stage, engaging us, the audience, in casual repartee. Instead of providing a formal context for the performance, Santos informally talked about his love for Latin jazz, and joked with the audience about buying his new CD.
Located in the Mission District of San Francisco, the New Mission Theatre stands as a remnant of a once vibrant community. Today, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is taking enterprising steps to restore this historic landmark to its original iconic status.
When in search of ghouls, goblins and supernatural spirits, Bay Area residents know where to go: the Winchester Mystery House.