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Party Radar: ULTIMATE PRIDE GUIDE 2019

PRIDE Heeeeeeey, Happy GIANT PRODE, everybody! Party Radar's been on a wee hiatus while I finish this crazy book, sorry. I miss getting nuts...

Arts Forecast: White Night rally marks SF’s legacy of insurrection

ARTS FORECAST It was a bitter pill for the Castro the day Supervisor Harvey Milk and George Moscone were gunned down in City Hall in...

Arts Forecast: Easter with the Sisters returns to Dolores Park, more

ARTS FORECAST Everybody loves a Hunky Jesus, a Foxy Mary, a too-cute Easter egg hunt, and of course the most elaborate bonnet competition this side...

Arts Forecast: Black excellence, year round

ARTS FORECAST Of course, you have heard from the trumpeting of various arts institutions that Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches. In accordance, the City...

Arts Forecast/Party Radar: Giant jingle balls!

ARTS FORECAST/PARTY RADAR The menorah may be stashed away til next year, but our stocking runneth over with tinsel-strewn happiness and awesome events through next...

Arts Forecast: A Camp Fire benefit that couldn’t be more San Francisco

ARTS FORECAST What happens when your family loses everything, almost in an instant? That's the horror event producer Daniel James Burke faced as the Camp...

Party Radar: Cinthie, Orbital, WonderFull 15 …

PARTY RADAR Nothing heats up winter like a good "bitch track" scalding your ears and setting the dance floor aflame, and I just published an interview...

Party Radar: AYBEE, Bonobo, Crystal Method, oOoOO….

PARTY RADAR Have you looked at all the winners and runners up of our Best of the Bay 2018 Arts & Entertainment Readers Poll?...

Hey, Boo! 17 Halloween parties to keep you up at night

PARTY RADAR For the love of all that's unholy, I am lighting 666 witchy candles that no one steps out on Halloween dressed as a...

Arts Forecast: Behold, the mighty Litquake!

ARTS FORECAST It's Litquake time again (October 11-20), when the enormous literary festival takes over the city's venues—and, for Litcrawl on October 20, basically any...