Out near the piers in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, electronic band The M Machine records and lives with other artists in a warehouse where 1980s rockers Journey used to practice. The band's latest project: A massive, glowing M that the band will use on tour to support new EP Metropolis Pt. 1. The sophisticated stage prop is a central character in the album's narrative and also in the band's iconography.
Tonight in San Francisco, the artist Leo Villareal is set to turn on his massive light sculpture across the Bay Bridge, illuminating the vertical cables on the nearly two-mile-long span with 25,000 tiny white lights. Read Post
The 13 waterfront acres at Piers 30-32 could collapse into San Francisco Bay in the next 10 years unless they are rehabilitated, a project that could cost as much as $87 million. Plenty of uses have been proposed for the... Read Post