Music fans took over the Regency as the 2011 All Shook Down Fest went down on August 6. Headliners Crystal Castles shook the venue to its core, while local opening support kept the crowd moving all night long. Read more over at All Shook Down.
Locanda, at 16th and Valencia, Craig and Annie Stoll's new restaurant at its best: Roman in its influences, stylish in its simplicity. Read our review of Locanda by Jonathan Kauffman.All photographs by Kimberly Sandie.
San Francisco's first SlutWalk, a national movement seeking to change attitudes toward victims sexual assault, took place on August 6.All photographs by Michael Short.
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The Bay Area did a little faux-shredding, as air guitarists gathered for two nights at the Independent, June 24 and 25, for the annual Air Guitar Championships. Rock on!All photographs by Richard Haick.
It a battle of tie-dye vs. tight jeans as hippies and hipsters squared off in Dolores Park on Sunday, July 31 for a squirtgun battle. Lines of battle were drawn, water was sprayed, and scores were settled. All photographs by Joseph Schell.
Panic! at the Disco hit the Warfield Theater on June 22, supporting their newest LP, Vices & Virtues. Funeral Party and fun. opened up for an estastic crowd. Read our review of the show over at All Shookdown.All photographs by Gil Riego Jr.
The Roccopulco Supper Club hosted the first "San Francisco Amateur Boxing Championship" on July 26, a night of fisticuffs San Francisco's Boxing Union hopes to grow into a monthly event. The standing room crowd took in nine bouts; the night's fighters were accompanied into the canvas by no...
A speakeasy within a speakeasy called the Wilson, tucked away within Bourbon & Branch, is pushing the boundaries of what a cocktail can be. Read our full review from Jonathan Kauffman this week.All photographs by Kimberly Sandie.
So much happened in July. From Rihanna swinging through town to our own hometown Giants visiting the White House, there was plenty going on. Luckily, we had SF Weekly photographers there to capture all the action.
Sinners and saints alike gathered for the Hubba Hubba Revnue's "Old Time Religion" night. It was a southern-fried jubilee of sin, salvation, and temptations of the Flesh!All photographs by Calibree Photography.