In its 52nd year, the Caffe Trieste free Saturday Afternoon Concert Series might be telling the truth when they claim to be “The Longest Running Musical Show in San Francisco”.
San Francisco is once again hitting the high notes as its music scene experiences a much-anticipated revival with the launch of the Summer of Music concert series starting June 17th, 2-5pm. A collaboration between Noise Pop, the city’s renowned music promoter, and Civic Joy Fund, a newly-formed nonprofit organization, this massive citywide event aims to drive economic activity, support local businesses, and provide paid performance opportunities for talented Bay Area musicians and performers.
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This article was made possible by the fine folks at Hyde Street Studios. Get ready, San Francisco! This Friday, December 2nd, Bottom of The Hill will see the launch of the Studio Snapshot series – a sneak peek into the halls of the legendary Hyde Street Studios. Each show will
Saint Solitude is an Oakland-based band that describes their music as “bittersweet fuzz” – or in my own words, indie with a unique mix of beats, synth, and lyrics that will carry your heart away with them. Creator and lead musician, Dup Crosson, believes that Saint Solitude has always been
The closing of Club Deluxe has rattled everyone this past couple of weeks. The closure has felt absolutely devastating for all of us. The loss of this club will forever change The Haight and The City. Now that we’re past the shock of the announcement, we’re learning that there is
A reanimation of the legendary Oakland dive bar.
Exactly one decade after its debut in San Francisco, Vacation closed its Tenderloin storefront at 704 Larkin Street on February 15, 2022. Kristin Klein, the owner of the legendary vintage shop, was initially drawn to the Tenderloin as a “timeless snapshot of a city,” imbued with a great nostalgia “where
At the close of 2021, we lost three legendary female writers in a single month. These writers were, of course, bell hooks, Eve Babitz and Joan Didion. The losses followed one another in such quick succession that the world hardly had a chance to give each woman their due in