The St. Stupid's Day Parade marched through the Financial District again this year, for the 33rd year in a row. One of the last bastions of old-school hippiedom, the parade was led by none other than Wavy Gravy. Groovy.
San Francisco's premiere burlesque show was back at it Friday night, as the Hubba Hubba Revue put on its trademark mixture of song, dance, and comedy at the DNA Lounge. All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Britney Spears pulled through San Francisco on Sunday, March 27, putting on a free show for thousands of screaming fans at Bill Graham Auditorium. Check out our pics and let us know if you think Britney is back, bitches.
All pictures by Joseph Schell.
Trannyshack paid tribute to one of rock's original gender-bending icons, David Bowie, on March 19 at the DNA Lounge. Also present was a special guest: Bowie's ex-wife Angie Bowie, who served as a fashion inspiration for some of Bowie's most infamous 1970s outfit. Which fabulous performer pulled...
Paula Kotakis is up nearly every morning, pushing through the brush just west of the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, in order to feed several feral cats who live in "colonies" in the park. Read our story on feral cats and the people who feed them.All photographs by Gil Riego Jr.
Organized as part of a national day of protest by ANSWER, anti-war protesters gathered at Civic Center on Saturday, March 19, marching in recognition of the 8th anniversary of the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
All photos by Hanna Quevedo.
Mix up cardboard, punk rock, and a little bit of LARPing, and you get Boxwars SF, which went down this Friday at Cellspace. Warriors donned corrugated armor, hoisted their boxboard broadswords, and got to killing. Punk bands Bum City Saints, The 132, and Not Even a Mouse provided the...
San Francisco got its green on this Saturday, March 11 with a St Patrick's Day parade down Market Street and ending at Civic Center. Celtic pride was on full display as the Irish -- and those that just wish they were -- celebrated the Emerald Isle.
All photographs Joseph Schell.