YLT is fresh off celebrating their 30th anniversary as one of the most beloved and adventurous bands in rock history. The trio of Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew now return as a quartet, reuniting with former member Dave Schramm on electric guitar as they revisit the original concept
Dr. Mojo Band is, or at least should be, a well known soul and rhythm and blues band here in the Bay. Led by vocalist Kathleen Leake and Gerry Della Bona tickling the ivories, Dr. Mojo’s sound is quite groovy. On Tuesday, May 29 Dr. Mojo Band will be playing
Thai Stick is a decent spot to stick your head in on your way home or on your way out to grab some cheap grub and kick back. I’ve heard some people complain about the super slow service, but that was not my experience. I went into Thai Stick on
Struck by bike fever like the rest of this city? You’re in luck — a veritable horde of steel stallions is coming your way this Friday. While most folks are currently bartering in the nude in Black Rock City, a dogged band of holdouts has stayed behind in San Francisco
Fillmore Street can be a pretty damn depressing stretch to walk through at times. If you look down at the paving stones, you see the names of cool places that used to be there and when you look up and around you see concrete monoliths and lots of asphalt. The
So it’s officially started. I’ve spent the past six days in San Diego doing the turkey shindig family thing, and I’m fucking stuffed. I feel like a contestant on “The Biggest Gainer”. The thing is, now that December is about to be here, it will be endless eating and drinking.
It almost sickens me how obsessed I am with food. I almost want to make my friends submit me as a subject for “Intervention,” but I feel like that would be a little selfish. Anyway, one of my favorite restaurants in San Francisco, which I save for special occasions, is