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Berkeley Farmers’ Market and Organic Vegies

Every Saturday, I’m in charge of checking out what food we need to buy.  As I check the frig, I make a list of what we can get from the Berkeley Farmers’ Market.  I really enjoy going there.  We get to see our neighbors, and we know that the food is organic, fresh and local.… Read More »

Revisiting San Francisco

It’s funny how East and West Coast cities seem to change a little differently. John Smyre, a good friend of mine from New York, visited the City recently and I couldn’t meet with him unfortunately because of my work that took me to a London Arts Fair. He noticed some aspects that I wasn’t aware… Read More »

Silicon Valley and Outsider Art

Silicon Valley recently caught up. The “Drawing the Inner Terrain: Self-Taught Artists” exhibit at the Palo Alto Art Center was dedicated to Derrel DePasse, former president of Blauvelt Group of Palo Alto. She was a self-taught expert in outsider art who died unexpectedly last summer before the publication of her acclaimed new book, Traveling the… Read More »

San Francisco Liquidation Auction – A Good Deal?

South Airport Boulevard may not be steeped in the same mythic sense of possibility as Sand Hill Road, but today dreams are being reborn at a liquidation auction at the Ramada Inn of South San Francisco, a purgatory where the spirits of dead dot-coms are relieved of their earthly belongings to better float into the… Read More »

President’s Day 2017 In SF

On this year’s President’s Day, in many cities protests were held against the current U.S. president, Donald Trump. Also in San Francisco, many demonstrators defied the rain and had come to San Francisco’s Federal Building as they wanted to express their total discontent with the presidency of bullying and discriminating Donald Trump. From his pick… Read More »

What Tourists Say About San Francisco

San Francisco is among the world’s favorite cities, so let’s see what tourists are saying about what the region calls The City. San Francisco is truly referred to as ‘The Jewel Of Northern California’. This city will never stop. San Francisco’s electrifying attractions, authentic food places, and stunning landscapes are the main reasons to back… Read More »

9 Unusual Things To Do In San Francisco

1.Wave Organ The Wave Organ literally turns waves into fine music. It was created by the San Francisco Exploratorium in the year 1986, and the organ is using series of pipes which are interacting with the ocean’s waves to produce the most beautiful melodies. The Wave Organ’s concept was created and developed by Peter Richards and… Read More »

Craziest Things That Happened in San Francisco

The experience of the Folsom Street Fair. Full-out S&M of people chained up, whipping, getting sort of semi-tortured, and plenty of other randomnesses. My weirdest experience was actually a black guy who had a huge monster unit hanging out. He was only wearing a bit of leather and a cock ring …another guy just came… Read More »

How to Create a Foolproof Financial Plan for Startups

San Francisco is known for its growing number of start-ups, so here is something really useful. I didn’t have a high school diploma so I took an online prep course (for FREE!) with Covcell.org to get my GED, and passed the test without any problems, so is there a better way of becoming successful than starting… Read More »

Five Famous San Francisco Artists

1. William T. Wiley William T. Wiley was born in 1937, and his work is spanning a wide range of techniques such as painting, drawing, film, sculpturing, pinball, and performance. Part of Wiley’s work falls into the category ‘funk art’. For more than fifty years, Wiley has challenged the precepts of all sorts of mainstream… Read More »