In a rather delightful way, Burning Man keeps a storage space on Patricia’s Green in Hayes Valley. The San Francisco Arts Commission and Recreation and Park Department carved out a year lease for another sculpture that grew out of the Playa. Artist Charles Gadeken’s 50ft LED sculpture ‘SQUARED’ is now
It’s Saturday night. I’m cruising through Hayes Valley, keeping a watchful eye for street hails outside the Jazz Center. On Franklin, a hand goes up, though somewhat feebly. I pull over anyway. A young guy approaches my window. “Can you take me to Safeway?” I look in my rearview at
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I’m super busy so I’m just gonna cut and past all the info, but it look like it’s gonna be pretty rad. I’m sure I’ll cruse through there at some point. This September, as other cities are cooling down, San Francisco is warming up for Urban Air Market’s return to
There are those that write blogs and those that read blogs. I find that I’m way better at creating content than I am at reading content.
Imagine yourself sitting at a quaint little cafe along the Seine, drinking French wine and nibbling on fine cheese and charcuterie. Sounds lovely doesn’t it? Now imagine what the price tag of that plane ticket to get you to Paris is gonna look like…who’s got that kind of money laying
Sprechen sie Deutsch? Get over to the new Biergarten in Hayes Valley for some an awesome patio setting where you can score some cold German brews and some authentic grub. This place is pretty new, and is only open Wednesdays-Sundays from 3-9 p.m. Make sure you check the forecast
Every time I go to this bar, I swear there is a drag show going on. Marlena’s in Hayes Valley is where it is at. I used to always go to Place Pigalle, since it was the closest dive bar to my house, but it has recently been closed due to,
I interview broke-ass bands on here every week. I mean real, local, this-might-be-the-only-thing-ever-written-about-them, broke-ass bands. And let’s be honest: most of them are only musicians because they’re not good at anything else. They might not even be good at music. My point is: This week I pulled off a major