Rachel Balik - Low-Brow Luminary
There are few people in SF who have been untouched by the housing crisis. From budding artists to retirees, while we hear a great deal about the many adults who have been forced to relocate as prices rise, there isn’t as much noise about the impact to children and families.
In a crumbling one-room shack in war-torn Liberia, three women huddle around a massive biography of Bill Clinton. One of them – the only one who’s literate – reads carefully aloud, pausing after sounding out the name “Monica Lewinsky.” There is momentary confusion until one of the women concludes the
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
I’ve always believed that, if you can’t guarantee that something is going to be good, you should do your best to make sure it’s at least funny. Thus, my one and only goal for 2017 was: more funny things. So, when I was offered to tickets to see Jane Krakowski
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! This Thanksgiving weekend, while the rest of America is stumbling around a Black Friday sale in a food coma, some of the West Coast’s most prolific post-punk and experimental bands will get
So against your better judgement, you’ve decided to postpone doing laundry for yet another week and you’re going to Outside Lands instead. As usual, the festival has done a stellar job of pulling in headliners. But they’ve also offered enough variety to guarantee that you and your friends will argue
The Boom Boom Room is one of those small SF clubs that define so much of the city’s musical character. It routinely hosts bluesy, funky shows that erupt into uninhibited and elaborate dance parties – made up of people who actually know how to dance
“‘I can still be a feminist if I don’t vote for a woman’ sounds dumb,” said Stella, a 30-year old law student from Philadelphia. And yet from the moment the media realized that “Bernie Bros” had a whole bunch of lady counterparts, it’s a point that millennial females have
There’s a large discrepancy between American opinions on technology. 25% of those surveyed said they would like a chip implanted in their brain to access the internet.