The San Francisco Vintage Paper Fair comes around every few months, but I’m going to go ahead and say I still had no idea what it was. Vintage Paper? Like old posters? Or like Grandpa’s old letters to Grandma? Or maybe just the soggy brown bags from malt liquors passed?
One of the many, many, many things visible when looking at the stage in Goodbye Blue Monday is a large painted sign reading FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. It could easily be a random find in an ocean of random finds. But at this cafe/bar/venue/junkstore in Bushwick it feels more like a
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Revolution CafÃ© is located in West Oakland in a neighborhood known as The Lower Bottoms, not a particularly endearing name, but somehow fitting for a place west of “Dogtown.’ From the outside it doesn’t look like anything special, but when you walk through the front door its awesomeness will smack you
With the markers of Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving ahead, we Bay Area dwellers know that there is very little time before the months of incessant rain arrive to ruin our outdoor fun. So make use of the next few weekends! If you’ve never been to the Oakland Art Murmur,
If you read Monica’s post about Workshop on Saturday, then you know that BAS loves DIY. And the more the merrier, so here is another DIY hub in the East Bay. In the heart of the Oakland art scene is a little hole in the wall called the Rock Paper
Many moons ago, when I first wandered through DUMBO, I recall being struck by the strange space arrangement and the unique energy of this neighborhood. Pancaked between, around, and underneath the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, and situated on the water with a stunning view of lower Manhattan, today’s DUMBO has
If you like records (or like people who like records), Shakey’s Record Fair is your Mecca! This record fair, held 4-6 times a year on weeknights, takes into consideration that Friday and Sat evenings and weekend mornings – the times when most fairs are held – are the absolute worst
While I wish I had time to write something snarky about being high, eating tacos and looking at art, I don’t. So I just have to cut and paste. Sorry I gotta go to work. Please enjoy my cutting and pasting skills: High Line Art will debut this Thursday with Specials,