Day 2 of Coachella featured Gogol Bordello, Zack de la Rocha of Rage Agaist the Machine, Conor Oberst and Bright Eyes, Mumford & Sons, Eryka Badu, Raphael Saadiq, Empire of the Sun, Animal Collective, and more.
The hugely hyped T2 terminal opened at SFO, featuring a sleek new design and brand new eateries backed by celeb chefs such as Tyler Florence and Cat Cora, ready to serve up food for hungry travelers. Read our
Canadian supergroup Broken Social Scene, led by frontman Kevin Drew, came to the Warfield in San Francisco, still touring in support of last year's LP, Forgiveness Rock Record.All photographs by Kevin Henderson.
Queens of the Stone Age showed up at the Fox Theater in Oakland on Monday night, turning in a racous salute to the fun of intoxication. See our review of the show here.All photographs by Richard Haick.
The San Francisco Giants had their home opener on Friday, April 8, taking on the St. Louis Cardinals in front of a sold-out crowd at AT&T park. The Giants won in the 12th inning, 5-4, thanks to a dramatic walk-off hit by Aaron Rowand. All photographs by Joseph Schell.
Emperor Frankie Fernandez and Empress Saybeline Fernandez held an Imperial Masquerade the investment of their Royal Court of Justice, Prosperity and Faith this weekend at Infusion Lounge this Sunday, April 3.All photographs by Matt Baume.
Roccopura: The Misadventures of One Pancho Sanza kicked off in San Francisco this weekend at the DNA Lounge. Put on by Gooferman, the self-described "kings of klown-fi," the rock opera was wild, raucous night under the big top.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
White-hot indie supergroup Middle Brother stopped by the Indy in SF on Sunday night. Featuring members J. McCauley III (Deer Tick), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), and Matt Vasquez (Delta Spirit). Blake Mills and The Botticellis provided opening support.
All photographs by Kevin Henderson.
San Francisco's premiere comic book convention, WonderCon, went down this weekend at the Moscone Center, which meant one thing: lots of people dressed like their favorite characters from geek culture. Here's some of our favorites. Which one are yours?All photographs by Joseph Schell.