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.
Nearly five years since it was shut down in a merger, the independent film production and distribution company Picturehouse will once again open its doors with Metallica Through The Never, a docu-drama featuring the Bay Area band, as its first release.
The SF Independent Film Fest has announced the lineup for it’s 15th year and will be celebrating with a ¡Fiesta Quinceañera! running from February 7 through the 21.
Lion and the Lamb, the current solo exhibition by artist Sam Flores at Fifty24SF Gallery, is eerily timely. In the wake of current events—violence, political upheaval, talk about the end of the world—the dichotomies of lightness and dark, and the biblical reference to the Book of Revelation that pervade Flores’s most recent body of work seem utterly prescient.
Paul Hemming is a nightclub owner, DJ, record producer and restaurateur who most recently has been working on a new venture—an art gallery, Mirus, recently opened in the SoMA that features the work of emerging and established artists and aims to foster a spirit of collaboration.