Well, it's now March, and we're officially headed towards spring. The implications of the seasonal shift can be felt in the here and now, with a great selection of events to choose from this weekend. Take your pick: We've got post-witch house, NYC disco originals, the last stand of ESG, and even a w ... More >>
Dean Wareham The Papercuts November 13, 2010 @ The Fillmore Better than: Listening to On Fire and pretending someone could love you. The rise of the Galaxie 500 cult is one of the many gratifications of onrushing rock geezerdom. Like that of many other music fans around during the trio's thr ... More >>
PhoenixNot to make a big deal out it, but much of the coverage of local DJs and producers on this blog has been almost entirely about males. We know there are lots of ladies out there DJing, making tunes, and doing the damn thing on a regular basis, but we'd be lying if we said we're not having t ... More >>
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 >>
D-Lo (left) and DJ FreshIn case you've yet to pick up this week's issue of SF Weekly, a couple music highlights for you here:Emily Savage looks at what makes Noise Pop different from every other local music fest/good week in venue booking. The secret, it seems, is in limited-edition events, wheth ... More >>
I've bitched in the past about Noise Pop not pushing the boundaries enough in its spring festival booking. I'd also like to give credit where credit's due. San Francisco's biggest indie bender just announced a couple shows you won't get elsewhere, a smart move forward for the local music institut ... More >>
(Nipsey Hussle is nothing funny) The cast of the musical Gypsy set a precedent in entertainment in 1962 when it declared, "You Gotta Get a Gimmick!" That song referred to strippers, of course, but the old adage still seems to holds true, particularly in the rampantly pseudonymous worlds of rap, ... More >>
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Repertory Film Listings
Repertory Film Listings
Trachtenburg Family Slide Show Players create perfect Kodak moments
Spitting water, discussing cheesecake: Ah, yes, performance art
Canonizing John Lennon on Broadway undermines everything the artist stood for
NPR comes to Oakland! That's "Neighborhood Public Radio," in case you didn't know.
Celebs tell it like it is
Get over your phobia in time for this Vertigo-themed gala
Legend of the Liquid Sword
Never heard of the Battle of Malplaquet? Then you don't know your Sept. 11 history.
"Yes Yoko Ono" is surprisingly good
Asian directions in sound; heavenly lawlessness.
LiLiPUT (Kill Rock Stars)
Morrissey Gets Colored Black on the Outside, Because Black Is How He Feels on the Inside
Yoko Ono and son Sean collaborate on Rising