“We might be in trouble,” said an enthusiastic Craig Wathen, one of the new owners of Amnesia on Valencia St., “because we’re not planning on changing it.” Wathen and co-owner Lee Topar recently celebrated beloved Amnesia’s one-year anniversary under their ownership, and for the most part it hasn’t changed much
“Why Does A Tomato Need A Website?” Or, What the City of San Francisco failed to learn, and refuses to learn, from the first dot-com catastrophe. by Eric Friedmann The one giant pillar upon which the city of San Francisco is built is galloping, naked, unapologetic greed. We all know
I know there’s already a lot of great songs about San Francisco, but it never hurts to have more. Melvoy‘s new song just came out today and I love how catchy it is. Plus, the lines “I’ve never seen so much self degradation/horrid display of public defecation” are hilarious and true.
In case you didn’t have enough fun on New Year’s Day at Supper of Survivors, don’t worry – there is more Brass Tax-ness in the air. Join BTx residents Mace, JoeJoe, and DingDong for Brass Tax First Friday’s at Amnesia. The small club in the Mission will surely be packed
Many great local and outside bluegrass and jazz acts grace Amnesia’s sacred stage from week to week. They are all incredibly talented. What about us average Joes, though? Every second and fourth Monday of each month Amnesia plays host to The Pick!, which is an open jam session for anyone
Crossbill Records has introduced me to handful of amazing musicians who now make up my most-played list on iTunes: Matt Bauer, Sea of Bees, and now I can add Jake Mann + the Upper Hand to the rotation. This Thursday, October 20, you can catch Jake Mann + the Upper
If you’ve ever gone to a show in San Francisco or the East Bay and seen an excellent violinist or cellist in the band, it was probably one of the inimitable Patzner brothers. Graham, Anton, and Lewis Patzner are go-to string players for every Bay Area band that knows what’s