Blue Fay

Blue Fay (He/Him) is an arts & culture intern at The Standard. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 2020 and holds a bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies with a minor in Chinese Language & Literature. He spent four years reporting for the Arts & Entertainment Department at The Daily Californian and developed a deep love for the vibrant and energetic art scene in the Bay Area. In his free time, Blue enjoys embroidering, writing prose poetry and immersing himself in the classic Qing Dynasty novel "The Dream of the Red Chamber."

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As Snowy Plovers Return to Ocean Beach, Park Service Reminds Dog Owners To Keep Canines on a Leash

The tiny seasonal residents of San Francisco’s coastline are threatened by human activity and free-roaming dogs.

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With Roe Reversal, SF Pride Parade a Colorful Celebration and Urgent Call to Action

This Pride Parade, two symbols stood side-by-side: the rainbow flag and the wire coat hanger.

Romance and the Stone: A Guide to SF Opera’s ‘Dream of the Red Chamber’

Based on the 18th century novel by Cao Xue-qin, the highly influential story casts a long shadow in Chinese classical and popular culture.

Supreme Court Ruling Puts Target on California Gun Laws, Including San Francisco Restrictions

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning a strict New York law on who can carry concealed weapons will likely lead to a challenge of California gun laws.

This Weekend: Pride Parade, Japanese Internment Opera, and an ‘Extinction’ Event

Plus, remembering the Cockettes, Ani DiFranco plays the Fillmore and Rakim rocks the mic at The Independent.

Brimming With Pride: SF Closes Out June With Many More Events Celebrating the LGBTQ+ Community

In addition to the official Pride parade and affiliated after parties, San Francisco celebrates the queer community with drag shows, the Trans March, the Pride Run and much more.

Fun, Educational and Affirming, the SF-Born ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ Continues to Engage the Community

One week after a confrontational incident in San Lorenzo, local drag artist PerSia emphasized the importance of coloring outside the lines at San Francisco Public Library.

No Sriracha? No Problem: 7 Local Hot Sauces to Broaden Your Palate and (Maybe) Expand Your Mind

Look… It was probably time for you to start thinking outside the red-and-white rooster bottle anyway. We know it can be scary, but we’ve got you covered.

Patio Play: Watch the Warriors Outdoors at These San Francisco Bars and Pubs

Whether you’re being Covid cautious or just want to enjoy some fresh air while cheering on the home team, these local watering holes are your ticket to gameday fun.

This Weekend: Psychedelic Roller Skating, Red Chamber Opera, Barack Obama and Nina Simone

Plus, the worldly sounds of Sofi Tukker, the Frameline Film Festival and two exhibitions of the late San Francisco Filipino artist, Carlo Villa.