Sicko Mode is a party dedicated to turnin’ things up that extra notch: music, vibes, and all things Champagne Papi. An experience that’ll make you feel like you’re in another world on the dance floor as the DJ plays the most sicko songs. Saturday, June 15, 2019 | August Hall
May is popping off with more community-oriented art events than ever– join a session of “DRAW CLUB” or go shop local artisans at the Asian Art Museum’s Spring Market. See all the new murals, shops and art in the SOMA with 2 Blocks of Art, hangout with Mission artists at
San Francisco will be hit with not one, but two big art fairs at the end of this month, so be sure to check them out! End this month by learning about a new creative medium, whether it be dance, drag, or shibori dye! STARTUP ART FAIR SF 2019 Check
April’s art events include hella openings (as usual), new museum exhibitions, and a colorful selection of parties. Take advantage of the good weather by heading to the Legion of Honor, the East Bay or even as far as San Jose. Remember– it’s all about “spring(ing) forward,” not holding yourself back!
It’s March– things are finally warming up (and drying up!) in the Bay Area, and the month’s madness is starting up again. Spend your first day of March at Oakland’s First Fridays or stop by an art gallery opening in San Francisco. There’s also a Wikipedia-Edit-A-Thon, parties that are raising
Here we see the Rev. Cecil Williams holding court at the Glide Legacy Gala, one of the biggest annual charity extravaganzas on the San Francisco social calendar. This year’s Glide Legacy Gala is Saturday, Aug. 4, and the fabulous folks at the Glide Legacy Committee have offered the Broke-Ass community
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM Just about everyone I know is ready for 2016 to hit the garbage heap of history. While I am more of a dinner party with friends kinda person, San Francisco and the East Bay have
As a female, blacking out is one of the scariest things that can happen. It’s only happened to me once (in my defense, I was in New Orleans during Mardi Gras,) and waking up in a strange place not knowing how I got there bothered me to the point that