The doors may have closed, but the Lex is hardly out of business. Since what was one of the best bars in the Mission was priced out, it has taken on a new presence as a community ambassador to queer community, offering a thorough resource for Pride going-ons this week.
When we lost the Bay Guardian last year, in addition to a consummate news source and progressive ally, we also lost one of the best party hosts in town. Among it’s annual offerings was it’s Pride week kick-off, “Pullin’ Pork For Pride”. Well, the Harvey Milk Club thought it would
Want to learn what you can eat in the woods? This is a great class for someone who wants learn about the most common wild foods, medicinal plants, and edible flowers in The Bay Area. Classes are held in parks in SF, last about two hours, and are great
Before he was Saint Morrissey (long before Mark Simpson) to the cholos y cholas of Southern California – I’m looking at you Stephanie Flores – Morrissey was the dreamy and lethargic lead singer of the Smiths; arguably the most important indie band in Britain during the ’80s. Morrissey’s theatrical crooning
What could be better on a Friday night than Live Sex in the Tenderloin? Before you get too excited, we’re talking about a new comedy show. Part talk-show, part comedy show and part sex class, Live Sex throws together Sex and Relationship Experts and Hilarious comedians to explore everything about
Friday, June 5, 2015 is National Doughnut Day, supposedly a real holiday created in 1938 by the Salvation Army to honor volunteers who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. Here’s a list of Krispy Locations hooking you up with a FREE donut today Friday, June 5, 2015 Bay Area
The theatrical event of the season is playing outdoors for free this weekend at the Yerba Buena Gardens. Taketh thine broke ass to see “Timon: The Musical – An Alfresco Musical Adventure”, a madcap, modern-day, big-budget musical production of “Timon of Athens” — roundly considered to be one of Shakespeare’s