Alex Mak - Managing Editor
Recreating photography of the last 150 years in Dolores Park.
A day of “participatory painting, music, and poetry” was held beyond the perimeter of industrial cargo containers at People’s Park in Berkeley on Sunday. Artists and protestors shut down a portion of Bowditch Street and painted a large mural designed by artist David Solnit. View this post on Instagram
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally
For beer lovers in the Bay, this is the sweetest week of the year, where over 100 craft brewers from all over Northern California roll their kegs into the Bay for tastings, parties, parings, and any other excuse to come together and drink some the finest brews in the world.
After nearly 26 years, the longest-running trans cabaret show in SOMA has announced it’s planning to close its doors for the final time. Asia SF Co-owners Larry Hashbarg (72) and Skip Young plan to retire, so the two-story, all-inclusive restaurant, show, and club venue will close its doors on March
Bay Area stand-up comedian and founder of #HellaFunny, Stroy Moyd is opening a new comedy club and cocktail bar called The Function in San Francisco this spring! The location is where ‘The Hot Spot’ used to be on Market St. (you know, that amazing dive that used to sell a
Bonnie Ora Sherk is a bit of an ecological art legend in the Bay Area and beyond. College Students learn about her work in environmental art classes, children practice her ideas at her Living Libraries, San Franciscans enjoy her visions in the green spaces of our city, and marketers should probably study her performance art as a model for garnering positive public attention and support.
BONNIE ORA SHERK: LIFE FRAMES SINCE 1970 Exhibit at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC)
If you are from Kansas City, or you just love seeing the Kelces in Taylor Swift’s box on Sundays, then there is one bar in San Francisco where you can go cheer on the Chiefs exclusively with other KC fans, while they lose to the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII
We strolled onto the damp, January asphalt a block or so from Warriors Stadium, and were immediately contacted by a clown. “Bonne soirée,” I said. He feigned to be impressed by my French, made an elaborate bow as onlookers laughed, and gave me a clown nose for my efforts. Right