Market Street's traffic-stopping Mayan Deco landmark was built in 1937 to accommodate 300 wholesale furniture design showrooms. A decade...
San Francisco Main Library
The vast skylight dome sheds plenty of light through San Francisco's Main Library. Besides its ragtag masses of San Franciscans and some...
Check what’s on at Counterpulse , a performance space for cultural innovators.
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In the gallery/printmaking studio that calls itself 'The Land of Yes,' anything is possible – including David Byrne's diagrams revealing the overlap between hairstyles and long division, Talia Greene's portraits of Victorians with beards of swarming bees and Sandow Birk's modern take on Dante's Inferno, starring traffic-jammed LA as hell and San Francisco as a foggy purgatory.
The small, select gallery store is what museum stores ought to be, with arty must-haves – beeswax crayons, Klein bottles, vintage Chinese toys from the Cultural Revolution and sculpted marble soda cans; the sale of some books and prints benefits nonprofits.