Martinez Brothers, Lando, Jibbz, Honey Soundsystem, Wetware, 'Resist: The Downward Spiral,' Miss Who Who's Celebration of Life, and more for the long weekend

Our most-read stories of 2017

From the groundbreaking Women's March to the shocking death of Mayor Ed Lee, 48 Hills continued to cover the stories that mattered.

Comedowns are for Losers: New Year’s Day Parties 2018

Don't flag out once the ball drops! From Breakfast of Champions to Hoe is Brunch, get your 2018 party marathon on.

Party Radar: A Too-Cute New Year’s Eve 2017 Party Guide

Stomp this cursed year out on the dance floor with Dâm Funk, Tycho, Metric, Afrolicious, DJ Noncompliant, Inspector Gadje, Sweater Funk, Acid Test, and more.

Scenes from the Best of the Bay 2017 winners party

The vibe was warm and cozy at the Stud as we celebrated with everyone from Best Electrician to Best Drag Queen.

Party Radar: The best club ever?

A revelatory visit to the MoMA's basement. Plus: Volvox, Boys Noize, Mark Farina & Doc Martin, HanuCon, A Barry White Christmas, more...

Party Radar: Wild nights — wild nights!

New releases from musicians lost in the Ghost Ship fire. Plus: Chulita Vinyl Club, UNIIQU3, Origins Ball, Deepchord + Fluxion, Ion Ludwig, more

A historian watches ‘Girls of the Golden West’

A new opera purports to tell the overlooked stories of women and people of color during the Gold Rush. How close does it hew to facts?

The Ghost Ship fire, one year later

Revisiting -- and grappling with -- the tragedy that claimed 36 young lives, with the husband of victim Amanda Allen.

‘Girls of the Golden West’: a new opera’s fresh take on the Gold Rush

At the San Francisco Opera, composer John Adams and director Peter Sellars foreground the often-overlooked stories of women and people of color.

Party Radar: Fortnight of fun, fun, fun

Black Coffee, Brown Amy, Sophie, Peggy Gou, Nina Kraviz, Jackmaster, Spanksgiving, Bjork Rave .... and a trip underground to Ginger's!

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