Arts and Culture
I’m not exaggerating when I say that Taylor Mac’s shows last year were literally the best shows I’ve ever seen. That’s why I’m SO excited that his new show Holiday Sauce will be at the Curran in San Francisco from November 21st to December 1st! And the best part? BAS
Some moms want their kids to follow their own hearts and dreams. Other moms want the same as long as those heart and dreams lead to medical school. Comedian/writer Kate Rigg and violinist Lyris Hung believe that the Asian mothers they know and love fall into the latter category. These
The tragic death of comic book visionary Stan Lee, for which 47 supervillains took credit, leaves a lasting loss on San Francisco that can only be properly commemorated with a treasury of every San Francisco superhero movie cameo scene in which Stan Lee ever appeared. Excelsior! Venom (2018) Venom was
By Kate Harveston Canadian artists Maryze and Ciele recently announced their collaboration on a new single titled ‘Men Like You.’ The electro-RnB song, which released on November 9th, calls for accountability for sexual assault in the music industry in the form of an open letter to perpetrators. The artists hope
There’s nothing quite like a show in Grace Cathedral. The sound, light, and vaulted halls create an atmosphere like no other venue in the city. So when YBCA told us they were setting up an impressive sound system in the Cathedral, for an incredible, queer driven, requiem, written and performed
If you like art, and events that are beautifully crafted, curated and attended, then you’ll find something fun to do on this list. Go get it. Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite Some beautiful, queer inspired, performance art in our cities most amazing cathedral. In partnership with San Francisco’s iconic
“The City and County of San Francisco have decreed that in their view, SantaCon has no place in San Francisco and the gathering should be shut down” Too bad Santacon started as a counterculture, unpermitted protest against the establishment, so….
Celebrating the holiday season in all of its dysfunction, Taylor Mac is joined by longtime collaborators designer Machine Dazzle, music director Matt Ray, a spectacular band and surprise special guests to reframe the songs you love and the holidays you hate.