2020 was not the year we planned for, but it was the year we got. It was a hard year for those considered “non essential” … however, these bands still managed to create and release new music during a pandemic.
Wow…what a night! It’s been a week since Broke-Ass Stuart’s 40th Birthday Roast and I’m just now finally getting this recap together. I’ve got some bad news and some good news for you. The bad news is that we screwed up and ended up not recording the roast. Ugh…I know,
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,
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.
Broke-Ass Stuart is turning 40, so the Bay Area’s funniest icons and cultural influencers are going to be roasting him online.
In a normal year, right now we’d be buying tickets to go see a spooky live Halloween musical show put on by Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret. But it’s since 2020 is a fucked up year of endless horrors, there are no live performances we can attend. But Kat and her
Dearly beloved…. Prince’s estate is releasing a vintage 1985 Prince & the Revolution concert that will be available all weekend long, a sign o the times as it will be a fundraiser for COVID-19 relief. A whole bunch of your other favorite weekly events and parties are providing online streaming
The bars may be closed, but the stars of the Bay Area nightlife scene are still coming out and putting on spectacular shows. Online shows, that is! Just like the Hunky Jesus Contest is going online this year, some of your favorite weekly events and parties are providing online streaming
Waiting in line for Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret at the Alcazar Theater on Geary street is definitely part of the experience. My husband and I found ourselves standing in a sea of unnatural hair colors and tattoos, easily distinguishable from the line of yuppies waiting for a trendy Japanese restaurant