AT&T celebrated Metallica Day Friday, May 3rd. Fans received Metallica-themed Giants gear but most importantly frontman James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett performed the national anthem. To top off the night the Giants beat L.A.
Photographs by Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
Taking place under the striking curves of the Garden Court at the Palace Hotel, the runway fashion show hosted by BAYFashion Media featured a diverse mix of several experienced designers from around the world, showcasing their latest goods. Designers included Marc Jacobs, David Heil, Felix...
With one of the biggest days in horse racing just around the bend, you don’t have to be in Kentucky to enjoy the derby. Golden Gate Fields in Albany offers a place to watch the race, drink mint juleps and wear glamorous, horse themed or outrageous headwear in the annual hat contest. A Berkeley...
Glow sticks were in abundance at the first ever Electric Run in SF at Candlestick Park on Saturday, April 27th. Participants enjoyed lit pathways, glowing swag and EDM to fuel their adrenaline. Photographs by Gil Riego Jr for SF Weekly.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence moved their annual Hunky Jesus contest to DNA Lounge on Friday, April 19th. Sister Roma
Sister Dana Van Iquity were the gracious hosts for the evening.
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DIIV opened for How to Destroy Angels with featured band member Trent Reznor on Thursday, April 18th. The Regency is just one of many stops for the groups first tour. Photographs by Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.