SF & NYC residents argue if Golden Gate Park is better than Central Park, and if the rooftop bars in Brooklyn beat the patios of Zeitgeist and El Rio
They Might Be Giants have been delivering highly energetic, highly melodic and highly imaginative music for over thirty years. They write, record and perform continuously. Brooklyn’s original alternative rockers have made more than a dozen albums, sold more than a million, and won a couple of Grammys. They have created
Celebrating David Bowie is excited to announce the addition of musicians Earl Slick and Bernard Fowler to the North American leg of the recently announced 2018 tour. After performing rapturously received and critically lauded shows earlier this year, Celebrating David Bowie returns with a brand new Bowie show spanning his entire career. More than just a mere salute, Celebrating David
Now that recreational weed is legal in California we’re seeing a renaissance of creative ways to use and consume it. That’s why I’ve teamed up with the fine folks at Sava, the premier marketplace for hand-crafted cannabis goods, to give you the lowdown on how to make cocktails with cannabis products.
Spy Emerson: performance artist, salacious sex goddess and owner/purveyor of the infamous Hook-Up Truck, adorned the stage of Albany’s historic Ivy Room Monday, for an iterative performance of Happy Forever, her vaudevillian, burlesque-esque variety-and-game show of sin, surrealism and surprise. Happy Forever has taken numerous shapes and forms over its 20-year
Guest post by Jordan Latham A lot of us who were nonconformist kids, the kind who gravitated toward the weirdos, are no less antisocial as adults. We learn to carve out spaces we’re comfortable with and pointedly avoid loud, crowded, neon, intrusive social situations. We find the safe, dark, gothy
I just got this note from the folks behind Swing Bomb SF. They’ve installed 50 swings all over the city to inspire folks to go out and play. This is really awesome. Here’s the note: People often call SF an adults’ playground… well, we’re turning it into a real pop-up