People who are fed up with the corporatization of Pride, and know that Pride is sponsored by corporations that give money to anti-LGBTQ Republicans threw a protest rally and march last year called People’s March and Rally. And while there is no Pride Parade this year, the Bay Area Reporter
Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, when Willie Brown was cashing in on live-work lofts going up all over SoMa to set the stage for the gentrification and displacement crisis of today, now-defunct nightclubs like The Trocadero and Paradise Lounge stages would host a sort of lounge/punk rock band
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
San Francisco has a $13 billion annual budget, but we don’t actually have that money. Bank of freaking America has that money, which they reinvest in bombs, prisons, fossil fuels, and exploitation of the working class to create endless shareholder profits. Here’s Jackie Fielder to explain how fucked up the
Can we all collectively agree that most people who give 1-star reviews to a restaurant are a waste of precious human skin? In these days of keyboard warriors, people feel entitled to type out their frustrations in the form of a bad review the second something goes wrong at a
This is the big day. As dawn broke Tuesday, California officially reopened…and poof, physical distancing, capacity restrictions and color-coded tier charts we’ve become begrudgingly used to just disappeared. As of now, state law no longer requires vaccinated people to wear masks in indoor public settings. But not everyone is stoked.
Every week, we curate a newsletter of the best boldest in Bay Area events and entertainment. We usually like to focus on the things that don’t happen every day, the once-in-a-lifetime, totally unique experiences that you can only find in this very special neck of the woods. But you know,
Rock and Roll Explorer Guide to San Francisco and the Bay Area is a wild ride across our local musical history scene. From hippie folk to East Bay Punk, from Etta James to Metallica, the Bay Area has given birth to and nourished multiple generations of rockers, all of