For those who don’t participate, SantaCon is an annual spectacle, mildly disorienting and mostly foul. If you’ve ever seen a cluster of self-saboteurs in Santa costumes collectively heaving over a gutter or stumbling about in a daze, you’ve likely been privy to the awe-inspiring merriment of SantaCon. As a writer
That’s a pretty striking headline isn’t it? I saw this info on the new publication Public Comment and had to share it. You should check them out. The moral of the story though is that Americans are stupid and selfish and we keep doing idiotic things and then wonder why
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,
Misfit Cabaret singer Kat Robichaud is the musical guest for tonight’s Broke-Ass Stuart’s 40th Birthday Roast but she’s not going to tell us in advance what song she’s playing. (“It’s a cover song,” she says. “If I say who it is, then people will know automatically what it would be.
Guest poem by Mustafa K. ‘Twas the night before impeachment when all through the White House, A creature was tweeting with no whereabouts of his spouse. He desperately penned a letter to the Madam Speaker, In foolish hope it’d make her pursuits weaker. The Democrats were nestled all snug in
Cirque du Soleil returns to San Francisco with its production of “Amaluna,” under the Big Top at Oracle Park’s Lot A. “Amaluna” offers another installment of Cirque’s famous and beloved “nouveau cirque” style, with a strong central storyline told by amazing live acrobatic performers, set to continuous live music. “Amaluna”
by Kate Brunotts If you’re anything like me, you adore Christmas. The abundance of food, presence of family and mass consumerism; something about it is equally charming and awful. Nevertheless, the child in me always gets a kick out of the holiday season, particularly the music that comes with it.
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair is a one-of-a-kind holiday adventure into Victorian London – an elaborate party with hundreds of costumed players performing and interacting with patrons in over 120,000 square feet of theatrically-lit music halls, pubs, dance floors, and Christmas shops. It’s a twilight evening in Charles Dickens’ London Town