DIY Venues Under Attack
by Xan Holbrook As anyone who has read my work can intuit, I am an Englishman. Specifically, from Manchester. The story of Manchester is one of change. Ask anyone who sells apartments or business space around here and they’d trot out “rebirth” or “reinvention” but the point remains true. A
It’s March– things are finally warming up (and drying up!) in the Bay Area, and the month’s madness is starting up again. Spend your first day of March at Oakland’s First Fridays or stop by an art gallery opening in San Francisco. There’s also a Wikipedia-Edit-A-Thon, parties that are raising
Sorry for the delay in this week’s news wrap, but without further ado, here’s your week of California burning, Berkeley’s weekend rally and fallout, courtroom updates and some weird shit to do with Burners on your day off. Berkeley rally: public versus the police The result of Sunday’s much anticipated
Glide Memorial Church is at the center of a power struggle with the United Methodist Church that threatens to undermine Glide’s efforts to serve the needy, provide 700,000 free meals a year to the hungry, deliver family, HIV, and healthcare services, and of course hold their immensely popular Sunday Celebrations
All of the businesses shut down by the the tragic St. Patrick’s Day North Beach fire are back, in the form of a new pop-up restaurant that’s a great way to help these displaced businesses and staff get back on their feet. It’s called Doors Open and it literally keeps
An amazing guide to drinkin’ booze & eating macaroni and cheese in San Francisco. There are also a few honorable mentions outside the city, but if you are looking for a real drink, and a great plate of Mac n Cheese to go with it in SF, look no further.
Friday January 20th is going to be a rough day for a lot of us. The only bright side is the inauguration is happening at 9am Pacific time so you always have to option to just sleep through it… if you can. Its been pretty well established that PEOTUS is