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The bars may be closed, but the stars of the Bay Area nightlife scene are still coming out and putting on spectacular shows. Online shows, that is! Just like the Hunky Jesus Contest is going online this year, some of your favorite weekly events and parties are providing online streaming
The first of the month is rearing its ugly head, a truly horrible prospect for artists and bartenders who have not worked in two weeks, nor will they be able to for at least another full month. If you’re a creator, performer, artist, or bartender in this terrifying fucking circumstance,
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.
Looking for a fun way to stay entertained during the Coronavirus Quarantine? I know I am. Luckily, my buddy Rick Nelson, former quizmaster at the 540 Club, the Tee Off, & the Boardroom, has started TriviaSlam: The Online Pub Quiz Live via Zoom. It’s happening This Thursday 4/2 at 8pm.
Everything is cancelled as far as the eye can see, but a new online art gallery lets your eyes see new work from Bay Area artists from the comfort of your shut-in shelter in place. The creative studio Musepop just launched the Local Love online art exhibit, a rotating weekly
The bars and venues may all be shut down, but the movers and shakers of the Bay Area nightlife scene are still putting on shows. Online shows, that is! Just like the Hunky Jesus Contest is going online this year, some of your favorite weekly events and parties are providing
The Good News is you can still spend Easter Sunday watching sexy shirtless bearded men doing hot messiah roleplay. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence had to postpone this year’s Easter Sunday anniversary celebration, but announced on their website that the 2020 Hunky Jesus and Foxy Mary contests will be held
San Francisco cannabis dispensaries were all ordered closed on Monday night under Mayor London Breed’s coronavirus shelter-in-place order that shut down many SF businesses and brought the city to a halt. Dispensaries were mobbed Monday, because it was the last day they’d be able to operate for at least three
Long lines and mass confusion gripped San Francisco marijuana dispensaries on Monday, after Mayor London Breed announced the coronavirus shelter in place order that shut down many SF businesses and brought the city to a halt. Even though dispensaries were mobbed, it all initially seemed for naught — the original