Sunday Audrey Fielding, David Fielding, Luciana Cacciatore, Carlo Longo, Lucia Erriquez “Salento By 5: Friendship, Food, Music & Travel Within The Heel of Italy’s Boot.” 4:30 p.m. Museo Italo Americano, Fort Mason Center. (415) 673-2200. museoitaloamericano.org. Poetry Flash Christopher Howell, Joseph Miller and Dorianne Laux are featured. 3 p.m. Diesel, 5433 College Ave., Oakland. (510) 653-9965. www.dieselbookstore.com. Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff “Other Avenues Are Possible: Legacy of the People’s Food System of the San Francisco Bay Area.” 3 p.m. Omnivore Books, 3885 Cesar Chavez St., S.F.
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- Bay Area book events, July 30
By San Francisco Chronicle - Friday Jul 28, 2017
- Ali Wong returns to S.F. for series of Masonic shows
By Peter Hartlaub - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
Ali Wong, who grew up within walking distance of the Masonic, returns for a four-day, six-show residency at the historic San Francisco venue.Wong has written and acted on film and television, currently as a series regular on “American Housewife.”[...] her stand-up has elevated her to superstar comic status, appearing on Chelsea Handler and Amy Schumer’s show, then blowing everyone away in 2015 with her breakthrough comedy special “Baby Cobra” — a personal, raw and hilarious set filmed when Wong was in the third trimester of her first pregnancy.Wong, raised in Pacific Heights, begins her string of shows Wednesday, Aug. 2, and continues through Saturday, Aug. 5.
- Mom went to work and left baby to die in hot car: cops
By Associated Press - Thursday Aug 24, 2017
MASON, Ohio — A baby girl who was found dead in a car parked in a Procter & Gamble employee parking lot in Ohio was left there by her mother while she was at work, authorities said Wednesday night. The 15-month-old was found around 5 p.m. Wednesday in the P&G parking lot in Mason, about...
- One Direction star Harry Styles channels Bowie in S.F. tour opener
By Aidin Vaziri - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
Fire alarms started to blare inside the Masonic shortly before Harry Styles took the stage on Tuesday, Sept. 19, but the die-hard fans who had lined up outside the San Francisco venue as early as 8 a.m. to secure a spot close to the stage didn’t budge. The risk of a little smoke inhalation was no match for a chance to get intimate with a member of the British boy-band One Direction. Styles was in the city to kick off his first ever solo tour, which will lap the world before returning to the SAP Center in San Jose on July 11. “Thank you for being here,” he said, greeting the sold-out crowd. “Thank you for popping my cherry.
- Why AI is now at the heart of our innovation economy
By Andrew Keen - Sunday Aug 13, 2017
We humans use machines as tools — and the advent of AI doesn’t change this. “Machines aren’t rational,” argues Hilary Mason, implying that there are many more important things for us to worry about than an imminent singularity. Read More
- Literary guide, Oct. 15
By San Francisco Chronicle - Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Sunday Jessica Bruder “Nomadland.” 5 p.m. City Lights Bookstore, 261 Columbus Ave., S.F. www.citylights.com Dennis Cooper, Eileen Myles “Afterglow” and “Permanent Green Light.” 7 p.m. $5-$10. McRostkey Mattress Center, 1687 Market St., S.F. (415) 338-2227. lca.sfsu.edu Sharon Doubiago, Doreen Stock “Poetry Flash.” 3 p.m. East Bay Book Sellers, 5433 College Ave., Oakland. www.ebbooksellers.com Dave Eggers, Shawn Harris “Her Right Foot.” 1 p.m. Books Inc., 601 Van Ness Ave., S.F. www.booksinc.