Get ready for a collection of essential recipes for meals you’ll want to prepare again and again.
Discover the unique musical history of the United States military. On this day, we remember the contributions of veterans and thank them for their service.
Let’s virtually examine the results of the 2022 midterms with the critical analysis of John Rothmann.
Take a break from campaign theatrics to relish the operatic version of political wrangling with the savoir faire of San Francisco Opera’s Kip Cranna.
Honor loved ones, hold space for grief, and reflect on the possibilities of transformation with the author of “In Love.”
Learn how the Sukkah meaningfully commemorates the time Israelites spent in the wilderness after they were freed from slavery in Egypt.
Celebrate the iconic band with film clips of their greatest performances, from “Light My Fire” and “Break on Through” to “Hello I Love You” and “Touch Me.”
He was one of the big forces in the art world—big physically, big personality wise, and a big influence on American art at mid 20th century.
The comedian and author brings her side-splitting brand of comedy to the JCCSF with her new book, All Things Aside.
New in our gallery on the second floor, view an inspirational and captivating visual interpretation of Hebrew text from the Jewish prayer the Amidah. Be ready to open your mind and heart.