Alex Mak - Managing Editor
The big screen on our skyline is about to be taken over by CCA art students. We liked the sound of that so much we started asking questions. Artists Maxine Schoefer-Wulf, Ava Morton, Efe Ozmen, and Judit Navratil all created videos to be shown on SF’s giant cone. So don’t
Denver Colorado has become the 1st major American city to make tripping on shrooms, legal. It’s not quite Amsterdam just yet though, you won’t be able to walk into a dispensary and buy magic mushrooms, because selling shrooms is not covered in the new law, but you will no longer
The Legendary Punchline San Francisco is closing this summer after over 40 years of hosting some of the biggest names in comedy. According to a source close to the Punchline, all staff was notified this week that the owners of the building have refused to renew the club’s lease which ends on August 20th.
This new bar will feature a mechanical bull in a hefty 6000 sq ft floor plan in America’s heartland, sometimes called ‘Lombard Street’
Mid Market Community Benefit District & Partners present the 8th Annual 2 Blocks of Art: Art Walk + Live Mural Painting The 8th Annual 2 BLOCKS OF ART art walk is on Saturday, May 4th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. New this year, the event has been moved to a weekend afternoon to allow for greater
We have some beautiful old theaters in San Francisco, and we have some beautiful movie deals too. We went through the trouble of going to all the SF Movie theater’s and writing down their ticket prices for you
It’s the last Monday in April, which means it’s Super Duper Day in San Francisco. The SF based burger chain is gifting free burgers to the first 100 people in line at 3 p.m. at every Super Duper location. It’s like a city-wide hamburger happy hour, but this year there