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Film Listings: September 4 – 10, 2013

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Dennis Harvey, Lynn Rapoport, Sam Stander, and Sara Maria Vizcarrondo. For rep house...

Party Radar: Burning Mom, Disco Daddy, Hardkiss Brothers, Delroy Edwards, Stompy + Sunset, more

"Underground" doesn't just mean night, doesn't just mean music, doesn't just mean hip/trendy byword. If you want a jolt of that old-fashioned DIY charge...

Pop the lid

TABLEHOPPING Oakland eats and ramen burgers (uh huh). And hey, it's time for an oyster partay.

How I learned to stop worrying and just trust Larry

As I leave for Burning Man, I wanted to share an article that I wrote for the on-playa BRC Weekly. Enjoy, and I'll see...

Product placement

Yummy stereo goods at Dijital Fix, giant sheep party, Soul Clap, Wolf + Lamb, Maurice Fulton, more nightlife

Final Burning Man ticket sale brings total to 61,000 sold for $23 mil

With the final official Burning Man ticket sale going off without a hitch yesterday, Bay Area burners are now in mad preparation mode, with...

Music Listings: August 7-13, 2013

WEDNESDAY 7ROCKBottom of the Hill: 1233 17th St., San Francisco. Nothington, Masked Intruder, Elway, Sam Russo, 9 p.m., $10-$12.DNA Lounge: 375 11th St., San...

Burning Man event will benefit its new nonprofit, whose future role is still murky

There’s a pricey event in San Francisco this evening “exploring the past, present, and future of Burning Man,” with all proceeds going to The...

HOT PINK LIST 2013: Faetopians

our annual tribute to queers who grabbed our attention and held it

Pride on fire: This year’s must-do events

Strap on that rainbow jetpack -- there's a heckuva lot of stuff going down at Pride. Here are our pinkiest, proudest picks. ONGOINGFaetopia 2286 Market,...

Pride on fire

Strap on your flaming jetpack and Zoom through Pride week's must-attend events

On the Cheap listings

On the Cheap listings by Whitney Kidd. Submit items for the listings at listings@sfbg.com. For further information on how to submit items for the...

True tales, Shakespeare, interns, and more: new movies (plus DocFest)!

The 12th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival kicked off last night with a screening of Spark: A Burning Man Story (even if you missed...


DocFest is back (already!) with a slate of standouts

Banned by Facebook

Seeking answers from Big Tech — and continuing to be stonewalled

Burning questions

Spark debuts at DocFest with a sympathetic look at Black Rock City LLC's intention to gift Burning Man back to the people. But is it true?

Mt Everest and tantrum-tossing talk junkies

The world has been rather ugly of late, hasn't it? From man-made horrors in Turkey as the government sprays its people with agent orange...

Censored by Facebook and I don’t know why

UPDATED Today I got banned from posting on Facebook and I don’t know why, but it has left me feeling very unsettled about this...

So many summertime festivals

Small town salsa, enviro-docs, artisan Jello shots, fun punk: warm weather celebrations abound in 2013. Here's our list

Googlass: Gatecrashing Google I/O

It would be foolish to turn down the offer of cost-free Billy Idol on a Wednesday night, but I could have remembered that I...

Joyful noise

'Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society' takes readers to the brink

Our Weekly Picks

WEDNESDAY 1Paul Taylor Dance Company In July, Paul Taylor will be 83. He founded his company in 1954. He has danced with Balanchine, Graham,...

Party Radar: Prosumer, Kafana Balkan, Night Light, Adnan Sharif, Shonky, Distrikt, Derrick Carter, Ana Matronic, more

Jajajaja -- this installment of Party Radar is going to be like a last minute dump, since I'm still kind of drunk and the...

Oakland’s first outdoor sculpture park opens tonight!

Last Tuesday, in the parcel of land off of Telegraph Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets in Oakland, Randy Colosky discussed the orientation of...