Love isn’t for everyone and festivals aren’t for everyone but anyone looking for CONSENUAL love at a festival has the opportunity to find that someone (for a night or for life). Finding love in all the wrong places is pretty easy. Finding love at Riot Fest is almost as easy
Tegan and Sara announced plans to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of their fifth studio album, The Con, with a special North American tour. They will perform acoustic and intimate arrangements of all 14 of the album’s songs, followed by a selection of fan favorites. The Con – which
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,
Only the finest shows, eats & art starting now through the weekend. Oh, and you know it’s either FREE or the CHEAP!
Lately, I’ve been romanticizing the pre-cellphone, pre–social media era. You know, the days before smartphones. Remember when friends would just drop by? How rad was that?
For those of you who don’t already know about the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival happening in Golden Gate Park this weekend, where the heck have you been? Hiding under a rock? This is only the biggest, and not to mention FREE Bluegrass Festival in the entire country! From Friday, September 30th until
The Redhook waterfront isn’t very bayou-like. The closet you’ll see to a catfish is a rat that fell in the water, and Ikea doesn’t stock itself with Cyprus trees. But this weekend, The Jalopy Music Theatre is going to be alive with the man made sounds of the bayou. The
I’ve been spending my lunch in Trinity Cemetery hanging out with the ghosts of Alexander Hamilton and Robert Fulton. Alexander denies he ever had dreadlocks in his youth in the Caribbean, and Robert Fulton keeps trying to convince me to buy steam powered technology. I told him him I don’t
The typical, maligned vision of the indie music fan revolves around not their cultivated taste, but the seemingly-unavoidable musical elitism that that cultivated taste induces. They know too damn much. And they knew it before you did, which is why they got upset when Wilco got big and Modest Mouse