KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides KPIX users with 5 weekly weekend tips lists for Bay Area entertainment, music, movies, and online entertainment.
EVENT: Oakland Lunar New Year
There are Lunar New Year celebrations for this year of the tiger all over the Gulf. In recognition of New Year’s festivities, Oakland’s Asian Cultural Center presents a celebration that blends Asia Pacific New Year traditions with live and virtual content for audiences of all ages. ages. There are virtual experiences on Saturday and a parade and cultural show on Sunday.
ART: Imagine Picasso
Open on Wednesdays
Imagine Picasso is a new type of immersive exhibition that takes art lovers on a journey through the revolutionary career of modern art master Pablo Picasso. After successful screenings in France; and Canada; Imagine Picasso having an exclusive US premiere in San Francisco at 1800 Mission Street. Book your tickets now for this hot art event.
FOOD: Beer & Food for the Super Bowl
Bartlett Hall in San Francisco is the place to watch, drink, and eat the Super Bowl. Even though Niners didn’t succeed, you can still enjoy the freshly handcrafted Niners Paloma along with the house-made Bartlett and all sorts of delicious snacks: Chilli Porridge, Nachos, Sausage Sausage with Sauce Bartlett’s Bacon Cabbage & Bacon Burger, There’s also a $35 takeout package with Buffalo Wings, Truffle fries, Cauliflower & Pretzels. You can watch the big game next weekend against a Super Bowl-sized backdrop at Bartlett Hall, a brewery and restaurant near SF’s Union Square. Interesting.
Black History Month: Napa . Valley
Saturday, 1:30pm – 4pm
Napa’s fifth annual celebration of Black History Month will take place on Saturday in a virtual way. The event aims to build healthy relationships across all cultures and share the Black experience through food. Thanks to Crosswalk Church for organizing. Get your prepaid ticket for $25 and buy wine through Black-owned wineries.
EAT: Chuck’s Take Away
Monday – Friday, 11am – 3pm
Located on 18 & Capp, this newly built in-wall store offers super delicious sandwiches with everything homemade: sandwiches, meats, pickles, sauces, etc. Also serves House soft drinks ($6). ), Vietnamese coffee ($5), Teas ($4). CP #3 Vietnamese bread is stacked with thick layers with lots of meat: pork pate, chicken liver mousse & spring rolls (Vietnamese rice). This is one of half a dozen $16 sandwiches on the menu at Chuck’s Take-Away, a new venture by Chef Charles Phan, celebrity chef of The Slender Door.
MUSIC: Nikki Minaj
“Do we have a problem”?
Who said the art of music video is dead. For nine minutes plus Minaj-musicganza for “We have a problem”? she proves she IS the Queen. With assistance from Lil Baby, Minaj tries her hand at law enforcement and super fly anti-hero, acting opposite Joseph Sikora, who plays gangster Frank Cosgrove Jr. in the hit Netflix series Ozark. The video is campy and fierce and hilarious. This queen is just getting started and she promises a full album of new music soon.
GOLF: Pebble Beach Pro-Am
The four-day tournament will kick off on Thursday, with play at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore. United Ryder Cup teammates Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth and Daniel Berger, set to defend his AT&T title a year ago, have made headlines in the professional arena. Other top experts appearing are Matt Fitzpatrick, Kevin Kisner, Justin Rose and Maverick McNealy, the Stanford graduate who finished second at Berger in 2021.
SAVE DATE: Napa Valley Festival
July 17, 2022
Country superstar Trisha Yearwood headlines the 2022 Art for All Gala at Nickel & Nickel. Get tickets now for an event that will sell out, and for a great cause.
https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2022/02/04/liams-list-feb-4-lunar-new-year-imagine-picasso-super-bowl-bites/ Lunar New Year, imagine Picasso, Super Bowl Bites – CBS San Francisco