Like what you read in Gary Kamiya's essay this morning about the ever-changing face of San Francisco? Go give him a high five. (Or if you disagreed with him, you can tell him that too. We guess.)
He'll be talking about his book—a flanuer's (Gary taught us that word) love-letter to San Francisco's messy, beautiful glory. They'll also tackle topics that range from gentrification in the Mission to what longtime San Franciscans can learn from the recent transplants.
It isn't too late to get tickets. Go do it.
And if you see Gary before we do, tell him he left his jacket in the office.