Alex Mak - Managing Editor
The Alley in Oakland, an amazing piano bar with a great deep-fryer is feeling the heavy hand of the health inspector and needs your support. $75,000 in upgrades are demanded and a closure of the bar’s kitchen stove was ordered until the county’s demands are met. That means no hot grub at
Broke-Ass Stuart’s Bar Mitzvah party and official mayoral campaign announcement went off with a bang at Rickshaw Stop Sunday night. The party was packed with writers, freaks, musicians, artists, bartenders, Jews, nurses, contortionists, and creatives of all shapes and sizes celebrating Stuart’s 13 years in the city and his future as the shining progressive
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet sculptor and mixed media artist, Ma Li.
The San Francisco fog didn’t stop the samba in the Mission this morning, photographer Hanna Quevedo captured the costumes, floats, and wonderful performers at the 37th Annual Carnaval Grand Parade. Got to love this city. #Mission All Photographs Courtesy of Hanna Quevedo
All Events come highly recomended if you like to mix your cocktails with art and music Friday SF Recology Art Show Friday, May 22, 5-9pm (with performance by Ma Li at 7:30pm) Works by Michael Arcega, Ma Li and Eden V. Evans 503 Tunnel Avenue San Francisco, CA FREE Live Brazilian
The ‘Comedian You Should Know’ series highlights funny people performing in San Francisco. SF based comic Matt Lieb is hosting Al Madrigal & Kevin Camia, at Cobb’s Comedy Club May 22 – 24th Matt Lieb is a comic you should know, his glasses say ‘1970’s policeman’ and his mustache says ‘1970’s
The ‘Comedian You Should Know’ series highlights funny people performing in San Francisco. We start off with Al Madrigal, a SF native & Daily Show with Jon Stewart regular, Performing standup at Cobb’s Comedy Club May 22 – 24th He’s been called Jon Stewart’s ‘secret latino weapon‘ and the “Senior Latino
“Ed Lee, can’t you see, we don’t need more luxury!” Chants echoed through the halls of government May 8th, when hundreds of protesters raised their voices in support of a temporary halt to evictions in San Francisco, and a stop to market-rate developments in the Mission District.