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Sometimes I wish I could become unstuck in time, you know in a Vonnegutian sense, and pop back into my own body at different times of my life. I’d love to once again see and feel who I was when I first visited the Gold Cane.
In honor of Women’s History Month the SF Bay Guardian and the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center are sponsoring a screening of Half the Sky at Artists’ Television Access this Monday March 25th. It’s a rad film about global women’s issues and is based on a book by Pulitzer Prize winning (he has two!) journalist
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 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Holy Week is upon us queers! In addition to the juggernaut of over-priced parties and cover charges that will greet thee at every turn, there are the occasional events that will provide you with more than a diabolical hangover and shredded wallet. Each year, the city’s own voice of the proletariat, the
Hey kids — time for another party from the folks at the SF Bay Guardian! To celebrate their Best of the Bay 2010 guide, the Guardian is hosting a FREE party at Mezzanine on Thursday night. Not only will there be a photo booth, Burgermeister truck, and mingling with the
I’ve teamed up with Magnolia Pictures and the SF Bay Guardian to get you a sneak peak of the new movie The Good Heart. And the best part is that in order to pick up the FREE passes, you have to go to a bar! Here’s a synopsis of the
The Friday Nights at the de Young series, in which the museum stays open until 8:45pm and features tons of FREE activities, including films, music and DIY crafts, has always been a popular, classy way to kick off the weekend. But at tonight’s edition, “Folk You!” sponsored by the SF
Heralding the New Belgium Tour de Fat, the perennial fun-pushers at the San Francisco Bay Guardian have orchestrated one of their delightful hellraisers at the Gestalt Haus this afternoon for all you chrome and rubber enthusiasts. With slashed prices on all sorts of sudsy refreshment the happy hour promises to be a real corker.
On Wednesday night, the Good Hotel, the SF Bicycle Coalition, and the Disposable Film Festival are teaming up to bring you a bike in movie screening. What the fuck is that? I’m glad you asked. Here’s all the details sent over by the fine folks at the DFF: The DFF