Put your sunscreen and halter tops away, kids, and dig out your umbrellas. Our stretch of unbelievable weather is coming to an end tomorrow. Don’t despair: As always, there’s plenty of indoor stuff to do, no matter your tastes. And now there’s a website where you can find all that stuff-to-do under one attractive cyber-roof. Check out Decider, which launched a couple days ago, for restaurant reviews and lists of SF music, art and theater—and random stuff you just might want to know about.
A couple sure picks:
The Wizard of Oz on the big screen? Sounds too good to be true, but it’s for real. Toto and Dorothy bid farewell to Kansas on Thursday and Saturday at the Roxie. The film will be introduced by the author of Finding Oz, a book about the life and times of Frank Oz, the guy who dreamt up the Emerald City.
Saturday, head to Root Division for Taste 2009’s opening reception. The “exhibition of artwork exploring what we eat, the way we eat, and where our food comes from” promises to be delicious, and the reception is open to foodies of all income brackets. Tickets are $2 to $20, sliding scale.