The minutes are passing like hours, but fear not queerdos, Pride Friday is here and the city is abuzz like a million hot pink cicadas. And in terms of millions, we could easily be looking at close to two in attendance this Sunday’s parade. The parade has become iconic, resplendent
Several years ago when I was what could only charitably be termed as a “baby” queer, I had gone to meet some friends for a drink at the carpeted mineshaft that was the former incarnation of the Midnight Sun on Pride Friday. The Castro was already pulsating with hundreds of
Decadence, debauchery, and delicious drinks; Vau De Vire Society has done it again! This time the party to be at is their circus infused dinner theater party, The Soiled Dove. For the next three weeks The Soiled Dove is going to be running out at Ferry Point in Alameda every
Lonely Planet and Fieldwork Brewing invite you to pull up a stool and raise a glass as they celebrate the launch of Travel Notes, their limited edition, International IPA and Lonely Planet’s new beer tasting travel guide, Global Beer Tour. Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
This originally appeared in my Weeknighter column in the SF Bay Guardian There’s something romantic about San Francisco’s summertime fog. Those damp and chilly nights belong only to us, and the atmosphere they create is what dreams are made of. While the rest of the country simultaneously shares the same
Sutter Station doesn’t give a fuck. In fact it has been steadfastly sitting on Market Street, not giving fucks since 1969. That’s before BART existed, before Tales of the City came out, and before the Beatles broke-up.
Oakland Museum of CA’s Ziggurat After Party is a party with a twist, featuring a special “Best of Friday Nights @ OMCA” to celebrate that Oakland vibe. With an open bar, late night bites, DJ Nina Sol and DJ Hey Love—plus Soul Mechanix and GIRL6 (a Prince tribute band) hitting