This is the biggest week for art in San Francisco. Dope art parties, fairs & festivals in the streets, hotels & event centers of San Francisco this week.
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
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
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The 100th annual Pulitzer Prizes were handed out on Monday, bringing honors to the AP for a series that freed thousands of slaves, a Washington Post database that tracked deadly police shootings in the U.S., and a hip-hop themed Broadway musical about Alexander Hamilton. But many were shocked to learn
300 voices are about to fill San Francisco’s greatest building for sound, and perform with our cherished Armistead Maupin
Sean Tillmann has been making records under the name “Har Mar Superstar” since 1999. Under the Har Mar moniker, Sean has gone through a plethora of phases, ranging from fun-loving, beats-based music pioneer (he and Peaches shared stages early on) to angry arena crowd opener (a 2002 public lewdness