This week is all about the cool, the cunning and the cannabis. We’re diverging from the national news update in order to leave your stomach in tact for California’s first legal 420. You can thank me later. Trees here, trees there, trees everywhere In case you live under a rock,
Weed is legal, 4/20 is on a Friday, and this year’s San Francisco 4/20 will be more off the hook than any single-day marijuana event ever. We’ve got your chron-prehensive guide to every good 4/20 party, event, and dispensary discount happening all across town, to get you ‘ready to roll’ but still remember what time it is.
The matriarch of the Bush family dynasty died Tuesday night at the age of 92, surrounded by the very loved ones she fiercely protected in life. The tributes immediately began pouring in Wednesday morning from all ends of the political spectrum, many of which celebrated her strength – and no
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t wear the majority of what’s in your closet. In fact, your entire home (and any other storage areas you have access to) could be cluttered with items you don’t use on a daily basis or simply shouldn’t have bought in the first
Now that Coachella is here, festival season is finally upon us. This means donning your cutest threads, shuffling around from stage to stage to see three-quaters of a performance, eating food that comes on a stick, and of course paying exorbitant amounts of money on booze. Thankfully there are hidden
San Francisco’s Art Season has arrived and there are a ton of delightful art parties, fairs, fundraisers, concerts, films, and gala type events happening all over the place. From fancy to grassroots, outdoor to indoor, high art to tech heavy, from the art dealer driven to the artists running the asylum.
Imagine finding a high school love letter 20 years after you didn’t have the balls to send it. What would it say? Would you jump back into the same (most likely overly-angsty) emotions or find it funny? Would you be proud of teen you or just plain mortified? For Dave
By Kate Haverson Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing Tanya Chianese and Heather Arnett, the brilliant minds behind the direction of Nevertheless, an original evening of song and dance aimed at addressing the issue of gender-based violence and harassment. Under the direction of choreographer Tanya Chianese and Heather Arnett,