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Adrian Spinelli

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Adrian is a Brazilian-born, SF-based writer covering music, booze, festivals, and culture. Follow him on Twitter @AGSpinelli.

André 3000, Suzanne Ciani, and the evolving creative mind

What happens when an artist swerves? How does a trailblazer stay relevant after 40 years? Two shows raised satisfying answers.

Splash down into SF Beer Week at these 10+ stellar events

Kölsch Crown Night, Standard Deviant Chili Cook-Off, Rize Up Beer + Bread, Sweetheart Night, more wet your whistle.

Soul legend Lee Fields: ‘Look deep enough, the answer is there, right in front of you’

Playing over New Year's weekend at the Chapel, the 73-year-old singer talks about his long career and 'scientific thinking'

Holiday booze news: Casements’ educational advent, floriani corn whiskeys top our tree

Plus: Next year's hottest beer bust, Fort Point's Dungeness-laden beer cocktails.

8 winning spirits that raised our Whiskyfest glass

Old Potrero, Elijah Craig, Uncle Nearest, Few Spirits, Jack Daniel's, more caught us in the rye

The case for ‘So I Married an Axe Murderer’ as the best SF film of all time

North Beach cappuccinos, Alamo Square breakups, Fog City Diner, pre-tech rents—the 1993 Mike Myers film deserves the crown.

‘Chasing the perfect show’: Rickshaw Stop turns 20 with a mega-slate of great gigs

Stalwart indie venue celebrates two decades of local love—and pushing up-and-comers into the big-time.

Portola Fest 2023: What worked (and didn’t) in year two of the dance music massive

Underworld rocked, Skrillex blasted, Nelly Furtado delighted, Black excellence reigned—but still a few kinks in the giant event

Portola Fest founder: ‘We learned a lot from year one, we’re moving in the right direction’

Danny Bell on what to expect at this year's huge electronic music affair—like fewer cell phone problems and a beloved '90s pop star

‘Mad alchemy’: Bender’s Rye turns 10 after a wild journey

Carl Bender and Christopher Cohen's ambitious local liquor project goes a step further with Batch 6