Friday, September 18, 2020

Tag: Dia de los Muertos

Arts Forecast: Dia de los Muertos, Diwali, Blackalicious …

ARTS FORECAST "In San Francisco, Day of the Dead has been celebrated in the Mission district sincethe early 70’s. The Marigold Project was created in 1990 for participants to buildaltars, leave...

Arts Forecast: Dia de los Muertos, Open Studios, Circus Veritas …

ARTS FORECAST You've mastered Halloween (or, like me you've mastered watching everyone's Halloween costumes on Instagram), but are you ready for Day of the Dead? One of my favorite times,...

SOMArts show kicks off Dia de los Muertos season

ART LOOKS San Francisco takes its Day of the Dead seriously -- it's a sacred moment --  but, in the spirit of the magical holiday that pierces the veil between worlds, we...

Party Radar: The Tribute

PARTY RADAR Real talk: I live in quiet fear of the Facebook 'memories" from last year that are surely about to hit my feed: from the terror of the Pulse...

BEST OF THE BAY 2016: EDITOR’S PICKS

48 Hills is proud to host the Bay Guardian Best of the Bay 2016. Every year, our Bay Guardian Best of the Bay Editor's Picks highlight people, places, and...
48 Hills:Big Week Halloween

BIG WEEK: 22 terror-ific Halloween events

From Motown maniacs and "boograss hillbillies" to glam rock ghouls and the Phantom of Grace Cathedral, SF's undead are dancing to a Beetlejuice beat. By Marke B.   DEAD MAN'S PARTY...
48 Hills Big Week: Litquake 2015

BIG WEEK: What to do Oct. 7-13, 2015

Litquake, Shocktoberfest, Sandcastle Contest, Decompression, Latin Legends, Ocean Beach Fest, Indigenous Powwow, Youngblood Brass Band, more essential events. By Marke B.  BIG WEEK The vast tsunami of words and acts that is...

BIG WEEK: What to do Aug 12-18, 2015

Street Food Festival, 420 Games, Los Van Van, The Wailers, Tinariwen, Sex Panic, more essential events this week. By Marke B. BIG WEEK You've got only a little time left to catch...

‘But they didn’t know we were seeds:’ Dia de los Muertos in a post-Ayotzinapa Mexico

    By Caitlin Donohue MEXICO CITY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 -- Ricardo Escobar Lazamar, a student at Mexico City’s Universidad AutĂłnoma de MĂ©xico, put down the protest sign he was embroidering to...

TEN THINGS for a busy weekend

By Caitlin Donohue SATURDAY JANUARY 4 Vintage Paper Fair Replenish your supply of printed beauty. This traveling expo of antique ads, postcards, pin-ups, publications, and more hits Golden Gate Park’s lovely...