Arts and Culture
Look at these side-by-side pictures of what San Francisco looked like just ten years ago compared to now. Google Maps provides Street View images dating back to the 2007-08 Great Recession and financial crisis, so we we dug up some not-even-that-old photos to compare how San Francisco looked in the
There is no shortage of drag queens in NYC. You can’t throw a rock without hitting some twink in a dress thinking he’s got what it takes to shantay down the runway just because he’s seen every season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race while practicing YouTube makeup tutorials. There’s a
Here we see the Rev. Cecil Williams holding court at the Glide Legacy Gala, one of the biggest annual charity extravaganzas on the San Francisco social calendar. This year’s Glide Legacy Gala is Saturday, Aug. 4, and the fabulous folks at the Glide Legacy Committee have offered the Broke-Ass community
This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column in the San Francisco Examiner. Sometimes, I sit down to write my column knowing exactly what I’m going say. (The one about Salesforce Tower looking like a butt plug immediately comes to mind.) I was giddy when I began writing that column.
Which rich and famous a**holes will you see turnt up at the turnkey camps of Burning Man 2018? Based on public comments, social media posts, and history of going to Burning Man every year because they can afford to, we’ve determined which famous assholes will ride in private jets to
The evening will feature food from San Francisco’s finest dining venues, as well as beer, wine, and specialty cocktails. There will be fun games and a silent auction with more than 150 incredible restaurant gift certificates, items, and experiences. Toast & Taste 2018 will be held in the Julia Morgan
Communities such as San Francisco’s Mission District often center on food—it’s part of the fabric of the neighborhood and the economy. But what has happened to food culture and business as the neighborhood and the city at large grows and shifts? Join Gayle Pirie and John Clark, the chefs and
When most people in the United States think of burlesque, they envision a bunch of bawdy strippers dancing before a lecherous crowd, wearing nothing but fishnets, feathers, glitter, rhinestones, and tasseled pasties. While these accessories are part of the ensemble, burlesque is more than a sparkling striptease.