What’s seven years old, sits under a bridge and is missed by most San Francisco visitors? Pier 24 Photography. On a pier off San Francisco’s Embarcadero, Pier 24 Photography “provides a quiet, contemplative environment for viewing photographic works.” Entry is free (though only by appointment), Monday through Friday. The current exhibit, The Grain of the… Continue reading Pier 24 Photography
Among the smaller museums in San Francisco is the GLBT History Museum in the heart of the Castro, our internationally famous gay district. The museum is basically two rooms, with static and kinetic exhibits lining almost every inch of every wall. There’s also a by-appointment-only archive of gay/lesbian/queer artefacts — though micro in size, this… Continue reading GLBT History Museum
Dear, dear Joker, I am far from certain that this is the correct item to send on Mother’s Day. If not, blame Canada. I know it may offend you. For this I apologize and, of course, blame Canada. Not only is it in dubious taste, but it’s an advertisement for a commercial product. Again, blame Canada … and… Continue reading Ketchup, anyone?