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
Bhi Bhiman celebrates the release of his new record, Rhythm & Reason. The album has earned praise from outlets like Afropunk, The Wall Street Journal and NPR’s Weekend Edition. Watch his hilarious new video starring Keegan-Michael Key of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele. Saturday, June 27, 2015 @ 8:30PM | The Independent
Hailing from Trinidad + Tobago, Theophilus London later moved to Brooklyn and then found himself in the Poconos. His “genre-bending approach draws from a range of styles, from soul-pop and post-punk to electro and contemporary R&B,” citing influences such as Prince and Morrissey. His new album Vibes, was produced in its entirety
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
San Francisco producer Charlie Yin has made quite a name for himself turning bedroom beats into dance floor staples as Giraffage. His beloved R&B remixes and vibe-laden solo tracks have won early praise from Pitchfork, The Fader, XLR8R and other tastemakers, all while he seals the deal live with lush,
Obviously not afraid to show which side of the line in the sand he represents – as seen recently in his involvement with the Oakland Occupy movement – Oakland-raised Boots Riley has been an activist long before he staged The Coup. He’s also a poet, writer, and screenwriter. So, you
Cass McCombs, who’s from Concord, played in countless bands at various DIY spaces in the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest in the 90s, until he relocated to New York. But don’t worry, he relocated to SF in 2011. See him play tracks from his 2013 album, Big Wheel and Others. Wednesday,
San Francisco’s Tea Leaf Green are newfangled Lost Boys, a traveling gang dedicated to seeking wisdom and experience in places both glorious and seedy. In many ways, this quintet is the essence of rock’s adventurous, playfully outlaw spirit, all of which ultimately fuels songs that resonate with classic vibrations,