MSF's take on PB&J: Pork belly and jicamaThis Saturday, June 6, Mission Street Food is going back to its roots. Chef Anthony Myint and team are planning to fire up a taco truck and serve the crowd at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' What's the Big Idea? Late Night Party. The tent ... More >>
We usually round up the cheap events around the city on Fridays, but since the RSVP list for this one will most likely fill up fast, we're giving the heads up early. On Saturday, June 5, Yerba Buena Center is hosting a "Big Idea" party featuring grub from Mission Street Food; music from Pansy Divisi ... More >>
Gay Rock Icon: Jon GinoliEver wonder what it's like to be a gay rock star? Jon Ginoli lived that life, as the lead singer and guitarist for Pansy Division, SF's pioneering queer punx, who rose to infamy after opening for Green Day on the "Dookie" tour. Now Ginoli has written a book abo ... More >>
Judy at Carnegie Hall
Forget Black Sabbath. Don't even mention The Darkness. Dirty Power will lead the hard rock revolution to come.
Why Pansy Division still matters -- and not just to suburban kids
Proto-punk European street music and neo-cabaret, Hasidic reinterpretations of Ice-T, and a shot at Paradise
Why the Bay Area has stopped producing big-time rock bands
The other Friends; planned insurrection
Beulah leader Miles Kurosky's dark nights lead to pure pop sunshine
Pansy Division's all-gay punk was a shocking first. Will fans let the group escape its pioneering role and just make music?
"Cover to Cover"; Brian & Chris; "Haydn and the Gypsies"
Are the Fairways destined to be overlooked in their own country?
Peaches Christ's annual summer movie series "Midnight Mass"
Punks, Putting, and the Police
After 11 albums, Berkeley's Mr. T Experience is starting to abandon the punk-pop sound it pioneered
Avengers frontwoman Penelope Houston tried to escape punk, but history pulled her back in
Matt Wobensmith ditches gay punk for queer hip hop
Take a Really Deep Breath
SF Weekly contributors salute the best (and worst) music of 1995