Rad Upcoming SF Events DANDELION CHOCOLATE & ANCHOR BEER PAIRING THU. 1/28 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM @ THE CHAPEL Come enjoy a four-part beer and chocolate pairing featuring San Francisco’s oldest brewery and renowned single-origin chocolate maker! The pairing will feature new and limited-release brews from Anchor Brewing and a
Rad Upcoming SF Events Shop Jams: Happy Hour / Session 001 THUR. 1/21 | 5:00PM @ FLEET WOOD Fleetwood’s 1st Happy Hour session of 2016 will feature live music with Jim Morose (of Night Shapes) and Rebecca Redman (of Watercolor Paintings / Drawing Water). 20% off storewide. Tarot reading. Donation
Rad Upcoming SF Events CONVERGE | WINTER FOOD AND DANCE CELEBRATION THU. 12/17 | 5:00PM @ YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS All evening long, you’re invited to gather around a communal table featuring bites, beverages, and entertainment by some of the Bay Areas most acclaimed creative makers,
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Primus returns on New Years Eve for the first ever performance of Pork Soda in its entirety. Pork Soda was released on April 20th, 1993 and has never been performed live as a complete album although Primus has played Frizzle Fry and Sailing the Seas of Cheese as a complete album
Fresh off their Pacific tour, Oakland’s Trails and Ways is a band built on plurality. Their songs never shy away from personal and political heavy-lifting, while making some of the most compelling pop music we’ve heard in some time. The sound they cultivated is a fascinating mix of the melancholy of bossa
The Academy Is… is an American rock band from Chicago, Illinois, formed in 2003 by William Beckett and Mike Carden. Since William and Mike first came together in 2002, The Academy Is…have paved their way with lightening speed. After adding Adam Siska on bass and a second guitarist and drummer,
Perhaps Mel Brooks put it best when he said, “Richard Lewis may just be the Franz Kafka of modern day comedy.” Lewis has taken his lifelong therapy fodder and carved it into a commanding, compelling art form. His early career as a stand-up brought him to the top of his