Angered over a proposed change to public nudity laws that would ban nudity in restaurants and nude people put a towel down before sitting on public seats, nudists gathered in the Castro on Saturday, September 24 to let is all hang out.
Indie superstar Bon Iver (aka Justin Vernon) played before a sold-out crowd at Berkeley's Greek Theater, riding high off the success of his second album. Other Lives provided opening support.All photographs by Joseph Schell.
San Francisco is known for a number of foods -- cioppino, sourdough bread, Rice-a-Roni -- but in 2011, there's no food more popular here than the once-humble hamburger. Practically every upscale restaurant has a burger these days; the offerings have never been better. We chewed a lot of...
The '90s are back, as Bush rolled into town at the Great American Music Hall, playing in front of a sold-out crowd. Openers Dead Sara provided support, as Gavin Rosdale and crew toured in support of their new LP, "The Sea of Memories."All photographs by Richard Haick.
Bassnectar performed to a capacity crowd for his hometown at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco Saturday, September 17. Lorin Ashton (aka Bassnectar) said that this was his largest crowd as ravers packed the floor and danced the night away. Electronic sensation Wolfgang Garnter...
The south peninsula is host to two historic lighthouses: Point Montera Lighthouse, built in 1875, and Pigeon Point Lighthouse, built in 1872. We checked both out in a day trip.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Hubba Hubba Revue's Five Year Anniversary went down on Friday, September 16 and featured all your favorite performers. There was even a cut-out Eddie to help Kingfish celebrate.All photographs by Calibree Photography.
The Fox Theater in Oakland played host to rockers The Kills, as thousands of screaming fans filled up the historic East Bay venue. Eleanor Friedberger and Mini Mansions provided opening support. See our full review of The Kill at the Fox Theater.All pictures by Christopher Victorio.
Best Buck in the Bay Rodeo & Festival went down at Driscoll Ranches in La Honda California. The gay rodeo promised "rough and tumble days and a hot and steamy nights." All photographs by Joseph Schell.