Back in February we broke the unfortunate news that Doc’s Clock would be closing once their lease was up in 2017. Everyone was pretty sad about that since it’s such a wonderful bar. I’ve personally had a long loving relationship with it for over a decade. But today there is good
Twenty years from now, when your kids are old enough to know better but young enough to not give a fuck, they’ll be searching for places like Bender’s. Places where the religion is loud rock and roll, the sacrament is stiff drinks, and the scripture is graffiti tagged on a bathroom stall.
The Chapel presents a fresh fun Independence Day weekend celebration: SPIRIT FORWARD! This throwdown goes day & night, indoors & outdoors, featuring exquisite beats in The Chapel’s main hall, and a 2-channel HUSHcast silent disco in the newly renovated outdoor lot, plus ArtCars, Midway Games, crafty libations, and The
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM The world is changing. The Bay Area is changing. Our shops and studios and apartments and restaurants are changing. But there are some delicious dining options even in the Mission that are still here. Don’t blame
Goddamn it! Yet another fantastic San Francisco dive bar is heading to the chopping block. I just ran into Carey, Doc’s Clock’s proprietor and she confirmed that when the bar’s lease is up in a year and a half, the new building owner won’t be renewing it. The building that houses
I remember first hearing about Mission Mission when I moved back to San Francisco from my year in New York in 2008. The Mission was a pretty interesting place back then, it was a mix of Latino families, bike messengers, fresh out of college liberal arts majors, and lots of people
Have You In My Wilderness is Julia Holter’s most intimate album yet, a collection of radiant ballads. Her follow-up to 2013’s widely celebrated Loud City Song explores love, trust, and power in human relationships. While love songs are familiar fodder in pop music, Holter manages to stay fascinatingly oblique