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All together now

With Burn Your Fire For No Witness, indie-folk It Girl Angel Olsen embraces a full-band sound

The basics

TABLEHOPPING: Pizza, burgers, banh mi, and brunch...what more do you need?

Boxes in space

Mobility is key in vision for maker-inspired homeless training program

The dish on knish

TABLEHOPPING: Beer at Mikkeller Bar, wine at St. Vincent, coffee at Cafe St. Jorge -- how's that for a liquid diet plan. Plus: elegant knishes? They're real.

Our Weekly Picks: July 17 – 23, 2013

July 16, 2013
WEDNESDAY 7/17 Nerd Nite SF Did you ever watch Bill Nye (the Science Guy) as a child and think "man, I want to get that...

Live Shots: Rich Kidd, Young Galaxy, tween angst, and barbecue at SXSW, Day 3

March 15, 2013
Photos and words by Bowerbird Photography The surrealists employed a method of drawing called the exquisite corpse, where an artist would create an image...

Localized Appreesh: Magic Fight

March 13, 2013
Localized Appreesh is our thank-you column to the musicians that make the Bay. To be considered, contact emilysavage@sfbg.com.Magic Fight has got fangs. More precisely,...

Appetite: New year sips

January 16, 2013
Ringing in the new year is all about celebratory imbibing, but the sometimes dreary days of January likewise call for a cheering pour. It’s...

Haley Zaremba’s Top 10 Concerts of 2012

December 21, 2012
For our annual Year in Music issue, I asked local musicians, rappers, producers, and music writers to sound off on...

Dishing 2012

Appetite: 2012's top new restaurants brought surprise tastes, culinary depth


New in 2012: restaurants you gotta check out

Live Shots: David Byrne and St. Vincent at the Orpheum

October 18, 2012
David Byrne opened his show with St. Vincent on Monday night by thanking the Orpheum for breaking its run of The Lion King for...

Our Weekly Picks: October 10-16

October 9, 2012
WEDNESDAY 10 Happy Hour at 251 Post Stumbling on 251 Post Street feels a lot like clicking on a square in Minesweeper that opens...

Music Listings

October 9, 2012
Music listings are compiled by Emily Savage. Since club life is unpredictable, it's a good idea to call ahead or check the venue's website...

Beer for dinner

BEER + WINE ISSUE Two new restaurants foreground tasty brews, and SF's unique new cider bar tickles taste buds


The New Southern restaurant whistles, but doesn't quite sing


The seven-year-old favorite's New Southern cuisine improves with age (and a new chef).

Halcyon days

Two Gallants recharge with their first new release in five years — and a slot at Outside Lands

SF duo Tidelands returns with even more flugelhorn

May 23, 2012
We’ve Got a Map boasts the title of experimental folk band Tidelands’ upcoming sophomore album – and do they ever. You may remember seeing...


San Francisco's Van Pierszalowski picks up where Port O'Brien left off

Even more from the tUnE-yArDs interview

April 20, 2012
Despite a relentless touring schedule, and an intense side-project, scoring the upcoming SFIFF-presented evening of Buster Keaton shorts at the Castro Theatre with Oakland-based...

Alter egos

Labelmates St. Vincent and tUnE-yArDs play with characters

Coachella Day 2: All about Azealia (and Radiohead)

April 17, 2012
All photos by Eric LynchIf Friday was about the weather and a few stellar performances, Saturday was all about the music. Larger, happier crowds...

Our Weekly Picks: December 25-31

WEDNESDAY 28Doe Eye When Maryam Qudus — sole member of local indie-pop project, Doe Eye — sings "I Hate You," it's hard to believe...