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,
RAD UPCOMING SF EVENTS LOCAL PRODUCE 3 FEAT. RICHIE CUNNING THU. 12/10 | 9:00PM @ ELBO ROOM San Francisco-native Richie Cunning in a DrumDealer music showcase featuring GiGiO, Goodword, DWIZ, MAZTA I, Milya brethren, S.T.A.T.I.K. Hosted by MC Infinite & the Gemstone Band. Fresh Beats by Tahaj the First. ADMISSION:
Rad Upcoming SF Events BUGS BUNNY AT THE SF SYMPHONY THU. 12/3 | 8:00PM @ DAVIES SYMPHONY HALL Hear the SF Symphony perform iconic scores from your favorite Looney Tunes while the animated shorts appear on the big screen. Join Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and the rest of the Looney
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Only in San Francisco will you find a Dr. Seuss-themed striptease, puppet show, live music theater holiday speakeasy extravaganza the likes of Whobilation, Friday, December 19 at the Great Star Theater in Chinatown. Combining elements of your favorite childhood TV Christmas specials with an epic costumed stage production, live bands and the jolliest big-name
For the ideal holiday gift, look no further than that winking young lady above holding a plate of boner-shaped Christmas cookies. Ukelele chanteuse sexpot Rachel Lark has just released her penetrating Christmas treasury “Hung for the Holidays“, a heart-warming collection of XXX ukelele yuletide Christmas carol filth. “Hung for the Holidays” is available
It’s here. The holiday season. Personally, I hate the Christmas season. Aside from SantaCon, I could do without the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. I’m a Grinch and my heart isn’t going to grow 10 times too big and Cindy Lou Who can go suck a big one. Pure ire fills me
Lucky Peach, named for the English translation of David Chang’s Momofuku, is a quarterly journal of food and writing. Each issue focuses on a single theme, and explores that theme through essays (with a sure-fire contribution from Anthony Bourdain), art, photography, and recipes. You know David Chang, the stud-chef who