Phono Del Sol officially kicks off the summer concert season in San Francisco—and unofficially marks the start of summer dog walks. Although the true stars of the show are the ones on the stage (this year’s lineup included Porches, Chastity Belt, SOL Development, Spellling, Covet, Boy Scouts, Salami Rose Joe
Virginia Ramos, aka The Tamale Lady, was my friend. We had a long history together and she was a constant in the lives of so many people who call The City home. As I mentioned in this tribute I wrote about her after her passing in September 2018, Virginia “wasn’t
True electronic dance music and (and even hip-hop) fans should check out Movement Music Festival. Why? Because Detroit is the birthplace of techno music and has celebrated this in festival form since 2000 (MMF was fully established in 2006 after taking over for its predecessors). Yes, Euro dance floors are
This last weekend at BottleRock brought together hundreds of musicians, chefs, vintners, brewers, and distillers for a three-day blend of music, wine, food, craft brews, and spirits. With so many wines to choose from BottleRock Music Festival is hands-down the best festival for getting wine drunk and taking a nap.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The first sketch from my new comedy web series, Shaky Ground is here! Check it out below! Motherly: The App That Does Everything Your Mommy Won’t Do for You Anymore In this first sketch you’ll meet Chad, possibly the most obnoxious tech
Kiefer’s jazz fusion ensemble from LA took over Brick and Mortar on Thursday night and made everyone make a thizz face while listening. OK not actually a thizz face, but more like that sticky tasting scrunchy face you make when a jazz musician surprises you, grabs hold, and takes you
How many times have you gone to a sketch comedy show and thought “This is great but there’s not enough Asians”? Woody Fu has got you covered with his new one man show Too Many Asians. He’s playing everything from all the members of an absurd K-Pop band to his