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SF Carnaval: How it began and what it looks like 37 years later

Carnaval in the Mission is next weekend (May 28-29). The yearly parade and street festival has been around long enough that it's become an institution to...

Mr. David gives us definitive SF style

Mr. David, also known as Glamamore, is widely honored as the drag matriarch of San Francisco. That title is a big deal in a performance...

Join us for the third annual 48 Hills Gala!

You are cordially invited to the third annual 48 HILLS ANNIVERSARY GALA Thursday, April 21, 2016, 6pm-9pm at The Starlight Room on the 21st Floor...

The San Francisco hipster is dead, y’all :/

The impending closure of Boogaloos is the (locally sourced, hand-wrought) nail in the neon coffin of a once inescapable lifestyle caricature. By Marke B. SEPTEMBER 1,...

Mexico City: The fallacy of ‘cheap’

MEXICO CITY, MEX. — The massive secondhand clothes market that lies on the edge of Mercado de Pino Suárez in the Centro Histórico neighborhood...

Bay Guardian announces fundraising success

In an newsletter announcement today, the team behind the "Bring Back the Bay Guardian" campaign announced that it had raised enough funds to secure...

“Like watching your parents have sex”

ART LOOKS I harbor a sick love for art fairs and have been known to travel across the country on my own dime to...
The Fits reviewed by Jesse Hawthorne Ficks

What we saw at Sundance

48 Hills film critic Jesse Hawthorne Ficks snuck into Sundance 2016 to scope out the best flicks of the fest.  1. Anna Rose Holmer, The Fits (USA/Italy) Quite...

Gather the Nations

If you haven't attended a Bay Area powwow, you're in for a treat Sat/20, when the Fifth Annual BAAITS Powwow comes to Fort Mason,...

Black abstractions, charting a “Blank Map”

ON pentTAGE This weekend, Adee Roberson, Brontez Purnell, keyon gaskin, Tasha Ceyan, and Wizard Apprentice come together to present "Blank Map" (Fri/3-Sun/12), a new...