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.
Chronicle Books put on a series of simultaneous bake sales this weekend all over the Bay Area to help the residents of Japan. We checked out one of the events near Bi-Rite Grocery in the Mission, as people snatched up sweets for a good cause.All photos by Albert Law.
Black Swan may have netted Natalie Portman an Oscar, but for hundreds of raucous San Francisco fans at a midnight screening, hosted by local drag queens Heklina and Sister Roma, it was a chance to talk back to Portman on screen. Fans were encouraged to dress up, act out, and enjoy this new cult...
The St. Stupid's Day Parade marched through the Financial District again this year, for the 33rd year in a row. One of the last bastions of old-school hippiedom, the parade was led by none other than Wavy Gravy. Groovy.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
San Francisco's premiere burlesque show was back at it Friday night, as the Hubba Hubba Revue put on its trademark mixture of song, dance, and comedy at the DNA Lounge. All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Britney Spears pulled through San Francisco on Sunday, March 27, putting on a free show for thousands of screaming fans at Bill Graham Auditorium. Check out our pics and let us know if you think Britney is back, bitches.
All pictures by Joseph Schell.