Peter-Astrid Kane

Peter-Astrid Kane is a Senior Editor at The San Francisco Standard. Previously, they were the Communications Director for San Francisco Pride and, before that, the Editor of SF Weekly. They live in the Mission, and you can call them Astrid. They can be reached at [email protected]

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Vibe Check: Photos of Green Day, The Linda Lindas & ‘GastroMagic’ at Day 2 of Outside Lands 2022

Mayor London Breed also stopped by Golden Gate Park to hear ‘all the big rockers.’


Vibe Check: Photos of Music, Food & Fun in the Sun at Day 1 of Outside Lands 2022

Outside Lands 2022 continued its inexorable creep toward Coachella-ifcation, but more LGBTQ+ acts, actual sunshine and strong performances from local acts made for an exciting day one.

How to Have Fun at Outside Lands Like an Inexhaustible Pro

Take some advice from a veteran who’s trudged around the Polo Field for the last 10 in a row.

These Are All the Local Acts to See at Outside Lands

From rapper Larry June to DJ and producer Avalon Emerson to a Kate Bush-like oddball, make sure to support the Bay Area’s homegrown talent.

Manijeh Fata, Who Helped Bring ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ to Life, Wants More Films to Shoot Here

The new executive director of Film SF helped bring ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ and ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ to Life.

Pedal Peddlers: Scenic Routes Is the Inner Richmond’s Member-Supported Bike Shop

‘Slow Is Forever’ for cycling utopians Jay Beaman and Michael Connolly, who hope you can watch them fix your ride.

Quackery & Quinine: That Cocktail You’re Drinking Has a Long History of Alchemy Mixed In

SF spirits writer Camper English’s new book ‘Doctors and Distillers’ traces the relationship between alcohol and medicine, from the theory of humors to colonialist pillaging.

Inner Richmond Retro Institution Hamburger Haven Returns At Last

First opened in 1968, the beloved Clement Street diner is back after a two-and-a-half-year absence with Irish breakfasts, patty melts and beer on tap.

Queer Arts Featured, a Gallery and Event Space, Opens in Harvey Milk’s Former Camera Shop

A trio of founders hopes to generate enough queer magic to pay artists what they’re worth while reviving a beleaguered Castro.

Bay Area Sex Club’s Two-Tiered Approach to Monkeypox Vaccines Spurs Community Outcry

Confusion and accusations of ‘VIP access’ as people waited for seven hours or more outside of Steamworks on Wednesday, hoping for one of 500 scarce doses.