Sometime last week a friend hit me up to let me know that he was working at a place that was about to open called The Blackbird, and that I should come through on opening night. I was certainly interested in seeing what they’d done to the place. The last
By the nature of our strange little micro-climate, San Francisco is not really an “outside” city. Forecasters have all but given up on accurately predicting the each day’s weather, and every time you leave the house you must bring at least a couple layers, just in case. That’s why when the weather
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.
Open studio strolls are a great way to see a broad cross section of local art and down a wide array of cheap beer and spirits. I don’t need to tell you it can be an art-appreciating scavenger’s paradise. So, I’ll tell a story instead. Although I’m writing
The HANG Art Annex is throwing a party on Saturday where you can watch art being made live, while drinking FREE beer. Also, all the art created that day will be sold for $50 per piece. That way those of you who still haven’t decorated your room yet after living
In college I had some seriously embarrassing posters on my wall. One of those “My Goodness, My Guinness!” vintage beer ads (ha ha, get it? Sometimes I get drunk!) a corny, fake-introspective Van Gogh interior and some horrifically lame William Bouguereau abomination with frolicking cherubs so feminine it practically had