10 Acts to Catch at the 35th San Francisco Jazz Festival

San Francisco has a rich jazz history. A surge in blue-collar jobs…

Premiere: “San Francisco” by Zach Gill

Artists have been penning odes to San Francisco for years. Some of…

Premiere: “Monochrome Dreams” by The Blue Hours

It’s no secret that S.F. is in a time of flux. Rents…

Songiversary: “San Francisco Knights” Turns 19

People Under The Stairs might not be a Bay Area band (they’re…

Love & Taxes

Based on his brother Josh’s autobiographical monologue of the same name, Jacob…

Graffiti, Feces, Homeless Encampments Are S.F.’s Most Common 311 Complaints

Ever wonder what issues annoy San Franciscans above all else? Thanks to…

Charges Dropped in BART Incident Said to Cause Miscarriage

It may be small consolation to a young couple coping with the…

Cartophilia, in Two Exhibits at SFMOMA

On a recent Saturday afternoon, the lone security guard inside Tomás Saraceno’s…

VIDEO: Serenading Commuters With Eerie Versions of Holiday Tunes

As Bay Area commuters make their way toward the exit of an…

My Quest to Find the Loneliest People on Earth

Daiju Ogawa is 30 years old when I meet him inside the…