We were amazed this morning to read the news that 52-year-old Barry "Bear" Waite, of Rio Linda, suffered a heart attack on the first day of Outside Lands, yet still made it back in time to rock out with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, which closed out the three-day music festival on Aug. 11. And unders ... More >>
It was around 8:30 p.m. on Sunday night at Outside Lands, when Stevie Wonder and his band went into "Living For the City," that the festival's reverence for the past became most painful. Over on the Twin Peaks stage, Skrillex, the black-clad millionare monster at the top of EDM food chain, was just ... More >>
Stevie Wonder Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012 Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco Stevie Wonder, in theory, is an American artistic treasure. He's more than our Beatles or Rolling Stones; he's our Dickens or Dalí: a figure of impassable recognition, discussion, talent, love, and national pride. In theory. ... More >>
No Shaven-legged, 2-percent-body-fat Europeans allowed!For the first time in 10 years, the international professional bicycle-racing circuit will bypass San Francisco, while today's stage three of America's biggest cycling event, the Tour of California, is skipping the city with a jaunt from Aubu ... More >>
Begone, critters.Following Tuesday's election, San Francisco may seem like a political island in a sea of shellacking states. Judging from a recent report from the Department of Environment's Integrated Pest Management Plan, we're an island under constant attack.Last year San Francisco bought 2,2 ... More >>
Hanna Quevedo Romero'FUN'? Not this year.Six years of early October revelry in Civic Center will come to an end this year after San Francisco officials denied the organizers of LovEvolution a permit to hold the annual dance party.With no permit to hold the event, organizers decided to cancel it, ... More >>
Doug Zimmerman Rockin' eats at Outside Lands: Maverick's pulled pork sandwich.SFoodie sister blog All Shook Down trailed the three-day musical movements of the Outside Lands Festival this weekend, and by the sounds of it, our sonic reporters didn't make too much time for eating. That's no ... More >>
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