In an age when much of our memory lives in the cloud or on servers in Mountain View, the use of mind palaces in BBC’s Sherlock reminds us of the power of our brains.
Tanya Feldman is a Bay Area pop culture blogger and podcaster who loves movies, museum meandering, mixology, and lots of other things that don't all start with the letter M. She has written for Flavorpill and Coilhouse. In her spare time, she edits a blog on critical analysis of geek pop culture, writes about her favorite cult movies, and takes too many pictures of her food.
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What started as a cheeky idea has since snowballed into an event that currently has over a thousand RSVPs and seems to have reached the ears of the actor himself.
With instant streaming replacing a stroll to the local video store and algorithms replacing suggestions from video clerks, what are places like SF staple Le Video to do?
Making their debut on the Bay Area craft fair scene this coming weekend (November 16-17) are West Coast Craft, who will take over Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion with over 150 vendors.
The intrigue and scandal of changing dictionary definitions!
The allure of diners isn’t really about the food but the conversations and connections, the people watching, and the emotions on display. Here are 5 of the best diner scenes.