Marke B.

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Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.

FIVE THINGS to do on Christmas Eve

By Caitlin Donohue Telegraph Avenue Holiday Fair Crafters set up booths on the street to pair with Telegraph’s year-round businesses in bringing you the very...

How tech can be part of the solution

By Tim Redmond It’s getting to be a war zone out there, a class war zone – and if the mayor hasn’t noticed it, the...

FIVE (really cool) THINGS for Monday Dec. 23

By Caitlin Donohue Snow lights at the Hyatt Regency At designated hours, 300,000 lights cascading down the 17-story atrium of the Hyatt Regency give the...

FIVE THINGS to keep you busy this weekend

By Caitlin Donohue SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 Swagger Like Us SF’s best queer hip-hop monthly dance party moves to the Castro’s new super-club Beaux, where the death...

The politics behind the epic building collapse on Twin Peaks

By Tim Redmond I saw Steve Williams, a longtime land-use lawyer, at the Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods dinner Tuesday night, shortly after the news...

FIVE THINGS to check out Friday Dec. 20

By Caitlin Donohue Harvey Milk Club holiday party Join with the LGBT community to celebrate a year of battles waged for rights and equality, and...

TOM’S TOWN: Ammiano, the Pope, and BART

By Tom Temprano Thanks to an article in 48 Hills, “Run Tom, Run” mania is in full swing! A poll by the Harvey Milk LGBT...

The other Twitter tax break — and how it cost the city $25 million

By Tim Redmond Way back in 1969, when Sue Hestor was a young activist organizing a peace march, she asked the sympathetic owner of the...

FIVE THINGS you gotta do today

Tidy Shoppe holiday party Richmond aestheticians wanna host you this holiday season – and help out with your holiday gift list. Today the waxing...

LEGAL TAX CHEATING: City loses $137 million to pointless “deferrals”

By Tim Redmond San Francisco has allowed developers to defer $166 million in payments that should have gone to affordable housing, Muni, and childcare, an...