Who knew carrying around planks of wood and a faux band of thorns could be, well, hot? The 2009 installment of the Hunky Jesus competition - an irreverent San Francisco Easter Sunday tradition - pitted one resurrection of Christ against the next. Photos by Hanna Quevedo.
Saturday's "Lost Vegas" bash at Cell Space was a self-described dysfunctional casino that featured actual games, including Cockroach Racing, Rat Roulette, Poke-her and the Wheel of Smut. Photos by Mike and Jen Cash.
Fall Out Boy, All Time Low, Metro Station and Cobra Starship made a stop in San Jose Tuesday night. Members of Lido Beach played an acoustic set for concert-goers on the way out. Photos by Richard Haick.
We knew there'd be trouble when the Disney Company lent its characters to street wear giant The Hundreds last December. Since the collaboration, the SF streets have been sticker-bombed with more images of Lost Boys and Tink than one can count. And while the city rips them down, new stickers...
It was artiness as usual at the Mission's Box Factory Saturday night, featuring paintings by Jarrol Cluck, music by Tim Hingston and New Crystal Aquarium, and photography by Rachel Nauss, Mike Strandjord and the Weekly's own Hanna Quevedo. Photo set by Hanna Quevedo.
The No Fear Energy Tour featuring Lamb of God, Suicidal Tendencies, Children of Bodom, Municipal Waste and God Forbid rolled into the San Jose State Event Center Saturday, April 4. The tour lived up to its name with high-energy sets from the bands, which inspired much moshing and crowd surfing....
Hundreds of kids converged at Golden Gate Park at around 8:30 Friday night (4/3) for a flash rave, which the cops broke up an hour later. Thomas Levinson shares his photos of the action, and the party poopers.