The legendary crooner Tony Bennet performed ‘I Left My Heart in San Francisco’ publicly for the first time at the (almost) equally legendary Venetian Room stage at Fairmont San Francisco in 1961.
Thanks to the initial vision of Belva Davis, Willie Brown Jr. and like-minded thinkers, for the past eight years the MoAD (Museum of African Diaspora) has enriched San Franciscoâ€™s cultural landscape by showcasing the art of people of African descent.
See Drew Altizer’s photos from the glamorous gala celebrating the opening of the Yves Saint Laurent exhibit at the de Young. Among those included: Danielle Steel, Pamela Joyner, Tatiana Sorokko, Vanessa Getty, Susan Gutfreund, Denise Hale, Lynn Wyatt, Gelila Puck, and many more.
There are only a few days left to enjoy the San Francisco Ballet’s “New Works…