This originally appeared on Fest300 There’s a photo of me floating around out there that virtually guarantees that I can never run for public office (Note: this was obviously written way before I ran for mayor). In it I’m clearly intoxicated, and wearing Mickey Mouse ears and a pink leotard.
There’s plenty of Halloween parties this year, but there’s only one Halloween party at the Armory and it’s the only one with Rob Garza from Thievery Corporation spinning. This year’s Armory Halloween bash also boasts Syd Gris and the Vau de Vire Society all vamping it up together for Phantasm: A
I like danger and anything I can’t have. But I am afraid of ghosts. Historically, I’ve been able to evade the supernatural. But sometimes, because of our circumstances, we can’t always avoid what we don’t want. I spent the weekend at a San Francisco hostel in lower Nob Hill. My first
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Most of you are not going to the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival this weekend. Most of you still want a jack-o-lantern on your porch this Halloween season. There are several old-school, total Halloween-spirit pumpkin patches in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area where you can buy a carving
The Chapel, Halloween Night – The Candy Butchers Bash… A three ring evil circus featuring The Sam Chase, Royal Jelly Jive, and The Crux. The Bash also features marching band shenanigans from Mission Delirium, daring onstage feats by Circus Automatic, and aerial performances by Levity. Run away with the circus
Rad Upcoming SF Events ArtSpan THU. 10/15 | 7:00PM @ SOMARTS CULTURAL CENTER Join us for a taste of art, games, wine, and stimulating discussion at the SF Open Studios Exhibition, featuring over 400 artworks from SF Open Studios Artists in diverse mediums. Please your palette with wine
Rooted in Son Jarocho, Las Cafeteras seamlessly fuse traditional Afro-Caribbean music from Veracruz, Mexico with modern rhythms and lyrically rich storytelling to create a new Urban Folk sound from the streets of East Los Angeles. Las Cafeterashave taken the music scene by storm with their infectious live performances and