A&E: SF around the Internet

Courtesy 7x7/BandWagon

Courtesy 7x7/BandWagon

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food. Here's what's going around the Web on Tuesday.

BandWagon, a mobile music venue, has been bringing live music and entertainment to pop-up spots around the Bay Area. It's already made appearances at the Treasure Island Music Festival and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. (7×7)

37 poets will celebrate 50 years of Frank O'Hara's “Lunch Poems” at the McRoskey Mattress Factory on Friday. (48 Hills)

Take your Valentine on a walking tour of San Francisco's heart sculptures. (San Jose Mercury News)

The Ferry Building's original lights from 1915 will be installed on the tower and it will be illuminated with white lights, exactly as it appeared during the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. (SF Chronicle)

Check out this list of taquerias in the Inner Sunset. (Hoodline)

Here's where you can get all of your favorite foods in San Francisco, according to Foursquare (Business Insider Australia)

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