Let’s just get this out of the way: Fuck 2016. Prince, the man who single-handedly tore down and rebuilt entire genres of music and film, transcended his earthly form today to join Bowie in a duet so powerful that it could only take place in the far reaches of the
“Farm to Table” is the latest trend amongst the foodies and the environmentally friendly these days. Not only can you help reduce carbon foot prints, you can cook up farm fresh veggies and place them right on your table. Get it? With everyone so health concious about GMOs, additives, pesticides
“What a magical day of splendor in the grass, glory in the flower, we will watch people do ‘dollar daps’, and celebrate stoner power.” Brokeassstuart.com reporting live from Hippie Hill at 4/20 Fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on April 21st at 10 something in the morning. We inched along through a steady
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This weekend is the 15-year anniversary of the closing of Hamburger Mary’s, the trailblazing gay burger joint since that had been a SoMa icon since 1972. So we tracked down one of the last original Hamburger Mary’s owners to find some fascinating artifacts and get the Grade-A, all-beef history of
Calling all EMD and Classical music fans; composer and DJ Mason Bates joins the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Pablo Heras-Casado to bring us Auditorium, an electro-acoustic soundscape that unites two incredible methods of making music. Portions of the performance contain sounds from Nasa’s first space walk, another has beats from
A nearly 450 person strong Jewish BDSM, kink, poly/non-monogamy and sex-positive group organizes in San Francisco
Opponents raise a number of concerns. Some see the charge for using cash unfairly discriminatory, arguing that elderly, poor and homeless populations often lack the resources to buy a Clipper Card ($3), keep it preloaded, access the website, or make the trip to one of the few stations where cash loading is possible.