San Francisco
Intermittent clouds
71°F
Sign in or Register

Hot Track: The She’s, “Jimmy”

Hot Track: The She’s, “Jimmy”

Teenage wunderkind quartet The She’s released “Jimmy” this week, a new track from their debut Then It Starts to Feel Like Summer, which drops November 29.

Continue reading →

NaNoWriMo 2011

NaNoWriMo 2011

“Call me Ishmael.” “All this happened, more or less.” Every novel starts with a first line. And most of us need a swift kick in the pants to write that first line. NaNoWriMo has the answer.

Continue reading →

Review: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘TOTEM’

Review: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘TOTEM’

For 2 1/2 hours, Cirque du Soleil’s Totem will make you forget your worldly problems and simply appreciate being a human.

Continue reading →

Video: Youth Lagoon, “July”

Video: Youth Lagoon, “July”

Boise, ID’s Youth Lagoon (chosen moniker of 22-year-old Trevor Powers) kick off a string of November US tour dates on Tuesday night at Bottom of the Hill.

Continue reading →

Opening Reception: Artists-In-Residence at RayKo Photo Center

Opening Reception: Artists-In-Residence at RayKo Photo Center

Tomorrow night, RayKo Photo Center will host an opening reception for photographers and recent artists-in-residence Eric William Carroll and Susan Lynn Smith.

Continue reading →

Interview: Photographer Anton Kawasaki

Interview: Photographer Anton Kawasaki

Instant retro-cool images taken with Instagram and Hipstamatic are the Myspace photos of 2011. But New York-based mobile photographer Anton Kawasaki has made a name for himself with street photos – shot and edited solely on his iPhone – that are a contemporary slice of…

Continue reading →

Review: In A Wild Deep, "A Small Collection of Folk Tales"

Review: In A Wild Deep, "A Small Collection of Folk Tales"

The mysterious In A Wild Deep sent me a Facebook message a few days ago, offering their debut EP of folk tales to rustle me from a (rather wild and deep) musical rut.

Continue reading →

Stream the new Real Estate, "Days"

Stream the new Real Estate, "Days"

This Tuesday, Jersey indie-pop trio Real Estate are set to release Days, their sophomore effort and follow-up to 2009′s self-titled collection of reverbed, lazy summer tunes.

Continue reading →

Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

This Saturday night, while the lit kids crawl through the Mission, the Yerba Buena area of SOMA will be transformed into a playground of free outdoor art, music, dance and performance.

Continue reading →

One City One Book: Mary Roach, “Packing For Mars”

One City One Book: Mary Roach, “Packing For Mars”

Ever thought about hooking up in space? Or what zero gravity feels like? I know you have. And so has Mary Roach.

Continue reading →

Guide: Litquake SF

Guide: Litquake SF

If you’re a Bay Area writer, or you love a writer, or you just like to sit at Ritual and pretend to type away at God knows what, Litquake SF is your chance to check out hundreds of authors at over 80 events, all in…

Continue reading →

On Sale Now: Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5

On Sale Now: Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5

Tickets went on sale today at noon for Pop-Up Magazine Issue 5, the latest installment of the one-night only lit event November 9 at Davies Symphony Hall. There are still a handful of $18 seats, disappearing faster than everyone’s faith in Facebook.

Continue reading →

Page 2 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →