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 soundtrack. Think you could take these box brawlers on?
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.
SF Weekly's Drink went down easy this Saturday, as the Fairmont hotel played host to over 30 different brands of booze, all plying their spirited free samples to an eager crowd. Spirits blogger Lou Bustamante also put together an epic bartending battle, with four seasoned drink slingers seeing...
Part of an international protest that seeks to "deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, body-positive world," the World Naked Bike Ride took place on Saturday, March 12 at Justin Hermann Plaza, as dozens of nude bicyclists hit the streets in all their clothing-optional glory.
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Roving electro party HARD Fest, fronted by Simian Mobile Disco, made its way to Oakland on Friday night as party people from all over the Bay Area converged on the Fox Theater.
All photographs by Richard Haick.
Soul music debauchery! Hard French celebrated another year's revolution around the Sun with a soul music dance party at El Rio. Birthday party revelers twisted, boogalooed, and got down to the sounds of '60s and early '70s.
All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Snuggies make it possible to stay warm and hold a beer! Snuggie enthusiasts donned their best blankets-with-sleeves attire at this year's Annual San Francisco Snuggie Pub Crawl, showcasing the versatility of the Snuggie goes beyond reading on your couch without getting cold.
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Burritos, parks, and bars! With some of the best weather in S.F., bicycle-friendly streets, and amazing food, there's many reasons why we find ourselves spending time in one of our favorite San Francisco neighborhoods: The Mission.
All phtographs by Kevin Henderson.
Stevie Wonder capped off the three-day Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco on Sunday night. Before the headlining set, there were performances by Bloc Party, Tom Morello, Fun, Franz Ferdinand, Jack White, Skrillex and Rebelution, among others. Photographer Christopher Victorio brings back...