People are coming together today to celebrate the defeat of that vile orange clown, Donald Trump. Organized by the People’s March & the Rally for Racial Equity & Justice, this rally will be taking place at 2pm at Jane Warner Plaza, at Castro and 17th Streets in San Francisco. The
This originally appeared on Fest300 There’s a photo of me floating around out there that virtually guarantees that I can never run for public office (Note: this was obviously written way before I ran for mayor). In it I’m clearly intoxicated, and wearing Mickey Mouse ears and a pink leotard.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
This press release just came across my desk (I mean, in my email inbox, but you know, whatever). I’m cutting and pasting it here so I don’t muck things up. On Weds. Oct. 22, the first time in 48 years that the San Francisco Bay Guardian will not deliver a new issue, city
Easter always seems like a weird holiday to me. I mean, the rest of the Christian world gets a week off of work for Semana Santa in Latin countries or Paaske in Scandanavian countries. Here in America, we don’t even get one day off of work! But many Americans do
America’s largest dance week hits the Bay Area for 10 days of intense body movin’ starting tomorrow. From April 22 –May 1 there will be over 400 FREE dance events across the entire Bay Area. We’re talking all types of dance styles you can think of including: Scottish dancing, salsa,
These things never end well. Or they end really well. One or the other. No plans this weekend? Well, you do now. Indulge in a night of fun, friends and debauchery at the 3rd Annual Inner Richmond Pub Crawl. This FREE pub crawl is hosted by 10 different bars all
Even if you’re not crazy into baseball, you have to be excited about our city’s HUGE win in the World Series (unless you have a heart of stone or are a filthy Yankee fan), if only for the sheer amount of joy permeating the air last night. By “joy,” of