While Bob Saget may be irrevocably linked to his clean-cut image playing the character of Danny Tanner on the sitcom “Full House” and as host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” the veteran comedian has a much broader spectrum and depth to his work, ranging from raunchy stand-up gigs and serious stage roles to directing and participating in a variety of charitable causes.
Comedian Jon Lovitz has been making fans laugh for nearly 30 years, with a stint on Saturday Night Live, to appearances on TV shows such as Seinfeld and The Simpsons and films, including The Producers.
Reporters from throughout the Bay Area gathered in the Ferry Building today for a press conference to discuss The Bay Lights art installation on the Bay Bridge with visual artist Leo Villareal, project organizer Ben Davis and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.
“Thank you for coming out and welcome to my living room” is how Mike Tyson greeted San Francisco on the opening night of his one-man show, Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth, at Orpheum Theater.
As one of the pioneers of early animation, Chuck Jones perfected many of the techniques that would influence and inspire later generations of artists.
Originally from Cologne, Germany, Mario Wagner is an artist and illustrator now living and working in Berkeley after relocating from the Mission District in San Francisco.
Oakland Museum of California recently launched “Friday Nights at OMCA,” a weekly event of food, drinks and art and on 10th Street in Oakland.
As Reggie Watts has grown in popularity, SF comedy fans have watched him move up from Hemlock Tavern’s small stage to multiple sold out gigs at The Independent and a gig at Outside Lands last year. He returns for his second Reggidency at SF Sketchfest, three nights of comedy with a different collaborator each night.
The first in a series of photo editorials from the styling students at the Academy of Art University. Each student selected a San Francisco landmark that had a personal meaning to them and reconstructed the aesthetic into a style. This week Natalie Cheung shows us On The Road by Jack Kerouac.