It's that time of year again to put on your finest foppery (ass-less chaps, tutus and chicken masks) and swill cheap beer in the streets. All the things that make for a great footrace in San Francisco. For those of you who aren't into costumes, morning imbibing, or running -- period -- well it's t ... More >>
It's time to put on your gameface and prime your liver. SF Beer "Week" is so crammed with sudsy goodness that it takes a full 10 days to complete. And with last year's program topping 400 events around the Bay Area, the more days the better. As the calendar continues to expand over the next month, S ... More >>
How do I love thee, SF Beer Week? Let me count the ways! On second thought, scratch that. With over 200 events already on the Beer Week calendar, professing our affection would take forever. With the schedule expected to expand significantly over the coming weeks, it's easy to be overwhelme ... More >>
Elaine N./YelpA Donna's tamale.Green Festival Where: Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 Eighth St. (at Brannan), 487-3293 When: Sat., Apr. 9, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., Apr. 10, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door The rundown: Hey San Francisco, it's time to walk your talk. Sure ... More >>
Christopher Fairman Agent Ribbons plays the Crescent Hotel this FridaySan Francisco spoils you. It really does. There are so many free or dirt-cheap shows this weekend, you'll have your choice of genre and neighborhood. We hope you feel blessed to live in such an music-friendly city. Here's our l ... More >>
New Year's Eve options abound for both champagne and beer budgets.
Joseph SchellCheck out our slide show from photographer Joseph Schell, who roamed the weekend's Fabulous Food Festival at the Concourse Exhibition Center. Behold the oily, the truffle-y, the edibly crafty, and the otherwise delicious.
Courtesy Larsen AssociatesNice try, Meryl: Carly Ozard as Julia.Last year's inaugural Fabulous Food Festival was underwhelming, more akin to a holiday craft fair than a place for epicurean discovery. However, this year's edition should prove more interesting, if only because of Julia Child impers ... More >>
After traveling to Haiti to help with relief efforts for victims of Tropical Storm Hanna and Hurricane Ike, Wycelf Jean and Matt Damon are continuing their charitable streak here in San Francisco. Tomorrow night at the Concourse Exhibition Center, the pair will help host a benefit for OneXOne, an in ... More >>
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