The international dance phenomenon known as The Lindy Exchange returned to San Francisco last weekend for the first time since 2005.Photos taken at various SF locations from Friday through Sunday by Sheyna Gifford.
Seven San Francisco breweries refilled cup after cup on board the Liberty Ship S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien at Pier 45 Sunday. The sun was out, the beer flag was up and folks enjoyed manning the vessel's main gun under the influence. Photos by Janine Kahn.
Everyone and his mother showed up at White Walls Saturday night to rub elbows with Fairey, who has become a household name since the release of his Barack Obama posters. A line wrapped around the gallery on Larkin Street and people streamed in and out past 10:30 p.m. Photos by Sam Heller.
Stung, the best Police-appreciation band on this side of the Atlantic played Polk's Red Devil Lounge on Saturday alongside Darkwave (a tribute to all things New Wave) and Erasure-esque, which sounded just like the real deal but featured a feathered boa. Photos by Mike and Jen Cash.
Committed to her New Year's resolution of wearing a tutu for the rest of the year, party promoter Carla Tutu (a.k.a. Carla Gardner) invites you to romp around in ballerina-esque tutus every second Tuesday of the month at Vessel. Photos by Crystal Akins.
Saturday was opening night for Laura Mappin's bizarre yet endearing solo show "When Doilies Go Bad." And boy, did they. There's nothing like seeing a crocheted penis with its balls draped over grandpa's comfy chair, woolly discharge dangling from the other side. Photos by Janine Kahn.
Thousands gathered at Golden Gate Park on Saturday for the 10th annual Power to the Peaceful festival. In addition to Michael Franti and the Spearheads, Ziggy Marley and Warren Haynes took the stage supported by other artists, peaceful speakers, the Dali Lama's right hand man and a hip-hop tap...
The Lebowski Fest recipe: One part pot-bellied men in bathrobes and scraggly facial hair, one part tipsy women in red wigs, eight parts White Russians. Photos by Masha Rumer, taken Saturday at Daly City's Classic Bowling Center.
Trent Reznor is either a genius or a goddamn crazy fool — take your pick. Nine Inch Nails' spooky guru has been bucking a lot of industry standards lately, from giving away his music for free to playing a concert like Friday night's, which was heavier on new songs than the material that mad...
A small and stiff crowd gathered at White Walls gallery on Larkin Street Thursday night for art (an appreciation of SF's Andy Schultz), music, free booze, and lots of top hats. DJ Egadz opened the show with a five song set, playing original sounds with heavy drum beats and complex rhythms....
Mark "Papa" Guardado, head of SF's Hells Angels, was shot dead yesterday, 9/3. Mission residents remember him with this makeshift shrine, which we spotted on the corner of 24th and Treat Street this morning. Photos by Andy Wright.