A trip to the East Bay around lunch time on the first Thursday of every month may be in order for poetry lovers to catch Lunch Poems–a series of talks featuring award winning local poets reading their work in person.
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.
One hundred and fifteen minutes. That’s the running time for the fourth and final entry in the inexplicably successful The Twilight Saga series (Breaking Dawn – Part 2 for anyone keeping track), before the end credits finally, mercifully fade to black.
Poetry and music have always gotten along great together–from the Greek chorus to the iambic pentameter of Shakespeare supplemented in the Elizabethan theater by interrelated musical entertainment.
Continuing its fall line up of mini-festivals, the San Francisco Film Society will next feature Cinema by the Bay. Running November 9-11, the series highlights new and established filmmakers from the local area.