Chris Mann, the popular finalist from the second season of NBC’s “The Voice,” will belt out his classically trained voice in Union Square tonight. However, the headliner of the event will be a Christmas tree.
The lighting of the 83-foot-tall tree in Union Square will happen around 6:40 p.m., organizers say, with the celebration beginning 40 minutes earlier. Read More
Mike Smith is the executive director of the AIDS Emergency Fund, a San Francisco-based organization that helps fund living expenses for people who have HIV or AIDS. On Sept. 14, Macy’s annual Glamorama fashion show — formerly Macy’s Passport — will benefit the organization.
What got you interested in helping out people diagnosed with HIV and AIDS? Read More
Tech migration to San Francisco is continuing on a steady pace, with leases inked for more than 1 million square feet of office space in 2012 alone, according to the Mayor’s Office.The figure was released in conjunction with an announcement Thursday that department store retailer Macys.com signed a 15-year lease for more than 240,000 square feet at 680 Folsom St. in the South of Market neighborhood. Read More
First there’s glamour — then there’s “Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama.”
Macy’s retooled version of its 28th annual Passport fashion event combines two shows — Glamorama, which ran for 22 years in Chicago and Minneapolis, and Passport, which has run in San Francisco and Los Angeles for 27 years — into a streamlined, four-city touring presentation. Read More