Tonight is the first and perhaps only 2015 San Francisco Mayoral Debate, and in our modern democracy any political debate calls for a drinking game. The 6:30 p.m. debate is being streamed live on the League of Women Voters website and the SFGovTV YouTube channel, and we’re supplying this San Francisco
Somehow the news that Dave’s is closing escaped me till now. Here is something I wrote about it for the SFBG. It’s a shame that at the end of the piece I say ‘I’m worried about Dave’s closing soon’ and now it is.
Folsom 2015, as the interwebs predicted, the city is just a box glazed old-fashioneds in search of an emergency pastry chef. As the denizens of the Barbary Coast resume solid food diets and start to emerge from the week- long coma just in time for Castro Street Fair, Hardly Strictly this weekend, and Fleet Week and Italian Heritage Day next weekend. SWEET FUCKING CHRIST, SAN PANCHO!
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
The other weekend I went to the theater. Ok maybe it wasn’t so much of a theater, as it was a theater of the human condition. A bar, I went to bar. But I went to this bar to partake of the theater of the human condition, to soak up the
Suddenly Iris starting hearing about a local bar serving Uyghur (Muslim Chinese) food – which even around here is pretty unusual. The fact that it’s in a bar is even more bizarre, because of course strict Muslims don’t drink
Blackbird Bar’s current in-house curator is artist and illustrator Ariel Dunitz-Johnson. As an SF resident for the last 12 years, and previous curator for the Lexington Club for 6 years, Ariel loves promoting the arts.
The San Bruno Owl winds its way through the mists South of Market as we head towards Van Ness. There aren’t many people on the northbound motor coach at this hour, with the exception of a few stragglers and a nattily dressed older woman who is harping on a teenager