Arts and Culture
by Hannah Harkness In a city seemingly being consumed by Duane Reades where the mayor is currently shaking his fist at the Lower East Side going “you kids keep that racket down”, it may seem like your unique options for Halloween week are dwindling. Obviously not gone-we’re still at the
Halloween is a holiday tailor-made for San Franciscans. It’s a celebration that gives adults a perfectly good excuse to wear costumes and go to several nights of parties, with the added bonus of making the conservatives nervous.
Poet Saeed Jones, author of the celebrated Prelude to Bruise, joins us to read from his new memoir, How We Fight for Our Lives, an unforgettable coming-of-age story of a bookish, black, gay teen from Texas as he learns to see himself and his dreams – and learns how his world sees
It’s LumpiaPalooza! October is Filipino-American History Month, giving you the perfect excuse to nourish your passion for local Filipino culture and community in the most delectable way possible: with crispy, flaky, buttery, deliciously-stuffed, and perfectly-golden LUMPIA! Indulge in a variety of savory classics like garlic, kare kare, and chicken afritada lumpia.
Get scared silly watching the October classic, Halloween! Comedians will ease the tension with jokes and riffs as Michael Myers terrifies the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois. Drinks, scares, and plenty of fun await! All shows are 18 & over with valid photo ID. There is a two drink
I can’t stop thinking about how multi millionaires and billionaires, who tout themselves as liberals, tried so hard to defeat a tax that would benefit the most destitute of our community, while costing them what is practically a rounding error.
Why is there so much empty retail space in this gilded city of ours? How can a place with such staggering wealth not facilitate more places to spend it?
by Jonas Barnes This last weekend, I went and saw “Joker” in theaters. I’d been looking forward to this film since the announcement was made from director Todd Phillips that he had cast Joaquin Phoenix to done the iconic greasepaint of The Clown Prince of Crime. I was even more