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The hostage situation ended Sunday morning.
NSFW: On the same day as the Folsom Street Fair, Chapter Four of Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music included a re-enactment of the Cold War with big huge balloon dicks.
Another independent San Francisco bookstore bites the dust.
A San Franciscan reports how last week's 7.1 earthquake caused widespread structural collapses throughout the Mexican capital.
If she could do it all over again, Donita Sparks might not fly a banner over Lilith Fair that reads "Bored? Tired? Try L7." But mostly, she has few regrets.
The party-obsessed rocker says he’s the most negative person he knows, but that might be hard to glean at his two shows at The Independent this week.
Chapter Three was the most energetic segment thus far, definitively proving that Taylor Mac's sweeping drag-splosion is destined to become canonical.
A film about a man's struggle to regain control of his body parallels the Stephen Hawking biopic, "The Theory of Everything."
The art-directed restroom, Tarot reading resident psychic, and voodoo-driven decor commemorate a trip around the sun with secret kegs!
The proposal to let bars serve alcohol until 4 a.m. appears to have died in the State Senate, but in the meantime, here's a fun new spot that stays open past two.