SF's 12th annual How Weird Street Faire took over on sunny Sunday afternoon. Dinosaur costumes walked the earth, DJs played to hundreds in Shangri-La, and hula hoops were your favorite dancing partner.
Bootie Prom 2011 at Mezzanine was the best party in the city Saturday night. 80's Geek Girl, Hipster Jesus, Lesbian Zombies all won the crowns -- this was nothing like the prom you remember. Or maybe it was?All photographs by < ahref="http://www.calibree.com/blog3/"Calibree Photography.
The B.ay A.rea D.erby Girls threw down on a double header at the Oakland Convention Center on 4/30. The highlight of the match? The Oakland Outlaws faced the undefeated Richmond Wrecking Belles.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Local heroes Two Gallants, Tyson Vogel and Adam Stephens, brought a double header of shotgun blues Easter Weekend at the Bottom of the Hill. These are the first shows leading into their summer tour.All photographs by Kevin Henderson.
Lil Wayne stepped back into the spotlight on Sunday night, performing in front of a capacity crowd at Oracle Arena. Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, and Travis Barker, among others, provided support.All photographs by Richard Haick.
The Big 4 festival, catering to metalheads of all stripes, went down in Indio this weekend, just one week after Coachella. Members of Anthrax, Megadeth, Slayer and Metallica all shared a stage, playing an epic cover of the Diamond Head classic "Am I Evil?"All photographs by Richard Haick.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence hosted their 32nd Annual Easter Celebration in Dolores Park, with the highlight being the Hunky Jesus contest. From Yoga Jesus to Drunk, Redneck Jesus, nearly every version of Christ was represented.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
The Railroad Revival Tour, featuring Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show went down on April 21, 2001 at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, Oakland. Read our review of the Railroad Revival Tour.All photographs by Kevin Henderson.
Janet Jackson performed in concert at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Tuesday, April 19, 2011. We hung out with her fans after the show -- looks like they had a great time!All photographs by Richard Haick.
The highlight of hanging out in Indio was seeing hundreds of the most hyped bands out there, and the crowd was loving it. Our pictures from the front lines of Coachella.All photographs by Christopher Victorio.
The San Francisco International Beer Festival went down on April 16, 2011 as over hundred brewers gathered to show off the fruits of their labors. Namely: delicious, delicious beer.All photographs by Joseph Schell.