There are few American cities where you can smoke pot as casually and without consequence as in San Francisco. You can get away with smoking weed pretty much anywhere in our fair City, regardless of police proximity. But there are a few standout spots for pot-smokers that deserve special recognition
Come out for a fun night of laughter with your host Yuri Kagan and headliner at “Shit Talk with Yuri Kagan”! Get 2 for 1 drink specials and one of the best comedy lineups in the Bay for just $5! Wednesday, June 24 @ 7PM | Oasis – 298 11th
In commemoration of CatHead’s BBQ 3 Year Anniversary, they will be hosting SF’s 2nd Annual Rib-Off. They are inviting the top BBQ Masters in SF to find out who has the best RIBS. The line-up includes: Smokestack BBQ, Baby Blues BBQ, 4505 Burgers & BBQ and Southpaw BBQ. There will be
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It’s the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s largest party of the year! Join over a thousand bike-loving buddies in an evening of festivities,food, music, and bottomless beverages. Enjoy the fabulous local art auction, score a new bike and bid on items donated by your favorite bike-supporting businesses. This fun celebrations raises valuable funds for
LATE NITE ART it is an evening of collaborative art-making, gratuitous beats, delicious food and facilitated discussion. In a few words, it’s a social art experience. Alongside a locally-sourced 3-course meal by Azalina’s Malaysian Catering, our evening will focus around the theme “Resilience.” LATE NITE ART is not an event FOR
Gathering the Embers: The Spirit of Home, curators and sisters Natalia and Amanda Vigil celebrate Dia de los Muertos with an evening of performance by emerging and established writers, interdisciplinary performing artists, media makers and musicians. Friday, October 24th, 2014.
Folsom Street Fair was not always welcomed in SF with city-sponsored banners all over Market St. The Folsom Street Fair didn’t used to be called the Folsom Street Fair, it used to be an outlaw, anti-gentrification event and it was definitely not sanctioned by SF City Hall. The origins and backstory of what is