SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will provide KPIX 5 users with a weekly tiplist on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.

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After Hope is a new exhibition in collaboration with the Asian Art Museum. It examines the role of hope in contemporary art and activism. This is the first in a series of programs created in collaboration with external curators and institutions, aimed at promoting artistic pollination across communities, practices and perspectives. Urgently needed for our Asian brothers and sisters in these most difficult times.

EVENT: The 93rd Academy Awards
It’s Hollywood’s big night, though this year’s event will be paired more than ever. It was an unusual year for movie fans as almost all theaters across the country were closed due to the pandemic. The Bay Area PIXAR team has an Oscar or two in the animation categories. Go PIXAR.

Streaming NOW

“The Father” may be the first dementia film that hits my core. Terrifying and uncomfortable, he’s showing Anthony Hopkins at his disturbing, unraveling best. At first glance, a simple, uncomfortably familiar tale about the heart-wrenching mental decline of a beloved parent in this first feature film by French playwright Florian Zeller plays so cleverly with the perspective that it is impossible to maintain any kind of emotional distance.

Oscar-nominated Anthony Hopkins is brilliant as the waning father (Anthony) who becomes more disobedient and his dementia deepens as the story progresses. This is one of the best movie screenings of the year. See the trailer here. The movie is now being streamed.

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San Francisco has a new grocery store to discover, with everything Korean and you’re invited. The 42,000 square meter space on Alemany Blvd offers an impressive selection of Korean offerings. Five major providers occupy the market, with more to follow.

Saturday 9 p.m.
Run, run, run to the drive-in this Saturday to see a special STOP MAKING SENSE demonstration. Local live bands will also perform at the event, which is being produced by Roxie Theater & Fast Times. Jonathan Demme’s groundbreaking Talking Heads film, considered by many the greatest concert film of all time, filmed in three live shows in LA in 1980, is acoustically exuberant and visually stunning. Who can forget David Byrne’s oversized suit or his dance with a floor lamp? The music film shows the hits “Psycho Killer”, “Burning Down the House”, “Bring me to the river” and much more. Watch the movie Saturday at 9 p.m. and ride in style in your vehicle around Fort Mason. San Francisco.

Sundays HBO

The year is 1896. Victorian London is shaken by a supernatural event that has given certain people – mostly women – abnormal abilities, from the wondrous to the disturbing. But regardless of its particular “twists”, everyone belonging to this new subclass is in great danger. It’s up to the mysterious widow Amalia True (Laura Donnelly) and the brilliant young inventor Penance Adair (Ann Skelly) to guard and protect these gifted “orphans”. To do this, they must face the brutal forces determined to destroy their species.

Gotta watch TV and tease, part two is coming to HBO soon.

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We can sometimes forget the beauty around us, including the many offerings all for FREE in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Spent 3 hours over the past week exploring the 55 acres of flowers and plants from around the world in the beautiful Botanical Gardens. SF residents enjoy the benefit of free entry, but donations are always welcome. Lose yourself in one of the most beautiful, magical gardens in the world. This is about flower power.