Gretchen RobinetteBring Your Own Big Wheel (BYOBW)This weekend there is so much to see: Lebowski fans in their bathrobes; grown-ass adults on their big wheels; ladies on the turntables; and men who want to "Make the Whole World Pay." If you can't find something fun to do on this list for under a ... More >>
January 15, 2010
Better Than: Zion I
Friday night, The Coup played a somber salute to Dewey Tucker, the group's bassist who was murdered Wednesday while driving to band practice.
"I would have cancelled the show tonight," said Boots Riley, the Coup's frontman. "I almost ... More >>
DJ Pam the Funkstress: Cajun food queenThe Bay Area's devotion to its homegrown music and food is steadfast. The culinary creativity here is as infectious as our sonic imagination, so it should come as little surprise that there is a crossover between the two local scenes. But did you know that D ... More >>
dewek12/FlickrDJ Hubert Keller laying down the mise en place.Who knew?
The crossover between Bay Area foodies and Bay Area DJs, pop legends, and lords of the tasty guitar solo is fierce -- witness Tamara Palmer's set list of gastro musicians at our sister entertainment blog, All Shook Down. ... More >>
EKAphotographySweet Nutcrackers: The Conscious DaughtersIt's been a minute since we last heard from the Conscious Daughters. For those whose memory banks are a little foggy, the Daughters came to prominence in the Bay Area rap surge of the mid-90s, a golden age which represented the region's high po ... More >>