At the end of that bustling Irving Street strip sits Sakura, a tiny little Japanese discount store run by a husband-wife duo. San Francisco has made a snob of me, I realized while initially walking past the store. I’m so over ramen (now I just make a whole can of
Crossbill Records has introduced me to handful of amazing musicians who now make up my most-played list on iTunes: Matt Bauer, Sea of Bees, and now I can add Jake Mann + the Upper Hand to the rotation. This Thursday, October 20, you can catch Jake Mann + the Upper Hand
Struck by bike fever like the rest of this city? You’re in luck — a veritable horde of steel stallions is coming your way this Friday. While most folks are currently bartering in the nude in Black Rock City, a dogged band of holdouts has stayed behind in San Francisco
Want to avoid the concert chaos that will be occurring in Golden Gate Park this weekend? Are you like me and still can’t figure out why anyone would spend a month’s grocery budget on a concert where Phish is playing 2 sets? Do not fret there is an entirely free
As I drink my Chinese beer only one place comes to mind – Japan! With the recent occurrence of the devastating natural disaster I’m sure I’m not the only one with Japan on the brain. Come celebrate all that is Japan, San Francisco style, at the 2011 Cherry Blossom Festival.
The thing about karaoke is that you either love it or you hate it. There’s really no ambivalent feelings where the art of singing cheesy ’80s songs to an audience of completer strangers is concerned. I happen to be in the first camp of people, the camp that kind of
I often forget how much I love Japantown. It’s a completely understated neighborhood that offers amazing food, unique shopping and hidden gems that are often lost in its ‘œsomewhere in the middle’ location of San Francisco. I am grateful for any legit excuse to head that direction, and such an