Bay seniors who think they’ve seen SF from every possible angle might want to check out the wide-screen panorama from the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond. Formerly a Ford assembly plant built in 1931, this 45,000 square foot all-glass structure is set on 2500 waterfront acres and boasts an eye opening Bay view. A few steps away is the Rosie the Riveter Museum. This weekend you can catch a story telling festival as well as the shenanigans of some madness called Dada Life. Later in May Bjork, the Icelandic icon, will be performing here. In addition to concerts Craneway is home to Assemble, an industrial chic new restaurant.


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