‘Conan’ writer Laurie Kilmartin may be best known for livetweeting her mother’s dying of coronavirus in June, but this Walnut Creek native is “returning” to the Bay Area for the Thursday night, August 20 Zoom revival of Marga Gomez’ “Who’s Your Mami Comedy” show at the Brava Theater. The show
San Francisco’s best charity ball is still happening in 2020, though online of course, as the 11th annual Glide Legacy Gala is this Saturday, August 15, at 8 p.m. It’s a virtual celebration that still features a digital DJ Dance Party, the awards ceremony, and words from your activists —
Every festival in 2020 is canceled, but Lollapalooza is still doing a full four-day livestream of big-name acts all weekend. The Lollapalooza 2020 livestream will feature performances by OutKast, Paul McCartney, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Cure, Metallica, Lorde, LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, and more — but in recorded performances
Dubstep drug rave DJ icon Bassnectar has announced he’s “stepping back from my career” after dozens of sexual misconduct allegations surfaced on social media over the weekend, each detailing the involvement of minors. Most of these many, many allegations have little corroboration. But one of them is excruciating and painfully
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San Francisco’s very first Pride march was 50 years ago this weekend (as it was in many U.S. cities), and the local LGBTQ+ community will still act up this weekend with COVID-19 safety measures in place. Yes, there will still be Pride demonstrations in the Bay Area all weekend long.
We find what joy we can from the little things as coronavirus has decimated out meetups and gatherings, particularly as we do not have an in-person SF Pride this June. But there will be a gratifying commemoration this June of the Tenderloin’s legacy in the modern-day trans rights movement, and
Nothing elicits Bay Area joy quite like the three bass notes ba-DOOP-boop of the legendary track “I Got 5 On It,” the now 25-year-old single by the Oakland duo Luniz that has served as an international pot smoker’s anthem. But many Bay Area cannabis dispensaries have suffered massive and suspicious