Whether biological or logical, born or found, those who we hold onto and those we meet that we can genuinely call family is a beautiful, and sometimes, zany thing. New family, old family, family near, and far – finding the humans and creatures that get you, uplift you, and love
Detroit’s Mo Pop Festival, presented by AEG, was back after a 1098-day Covid hiatus. Assuredly the festival, boasting an incredibly diverse crowd and lineup while still showcasing a lot of local love, came back with even mo’ of what the people, artists, and the city want. Even with how fulfilling
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By: Lydia Sviatoslavsky, Lisa Hix Oakland’s Mosswood Meltdown returned to Mosswood Park with a shiver this year, cloaked in a bizarre July chill. Given the gloom, the ongoing pandemic, gun violence and political turmoil, the collective gathering on Saturday and Sunday for the sake of punk and its subversive thrust felt a
BottleRock Music Festival 2022 in Napa, a sold out event, launched again last weekend without COVID complications. Some might say it was on par with previous years. What does that mean? Mom’s were drinking wine and dads were popping cans. One thing I always notice when visiting Napa is that
Kid you not, Outside Lands is not only scheduled to make its return this August, but three-day tickets are already on sale. This is the first major festival return in the Bay Area after a year of pandemic restrictions. If all goes well, the show will go on October 29th-31st in
Noise Pop Festival 2020, the Bay Area’s premiere week-long indie music and arts festival has recently announced the fourth wave of music acts! Along with Raphael Saadiq, Maya Jane Coles, Best Coast, and Duster, new lineup additions include a critically-acclaimed chillwave artist Washed Out; Grammy Award-nominated emcee Bas, and a
Speaking of San Francisco’s pinnacle outdoor festival … now is the time that I would like to take a second and to throw some serious shade at their attendee’s totem creations.
San Francisco’s biggest music festival is coming this weekend and while Paul Simon may be the musical headliner, the food is always a huge draw. This is one of the few times a year you can find some of the best dishes in SF all in one spot, so I’ve scoured the food vendor list to come up with the best picks for the folks in town just for the festival, (or for the SF folks who never leave their own neighborhood).