Let’s Have Another: Bill to Extend Alcohol Service to 4 a.m. in SF Clears Major Hurdle

The effort to extend last call by two hours has been in the works for years. After passing the California Assembly Appropriations Committee, few roadblocks remain.

Weekend Guide: Jerry Garcia Day, Cannabis Comedy Show, ‘Shrek’ Rave, LCD Soundsystem Residency

Celebrate the life and legacy of the Grateful Dead’s beloved frontman, roll one up to ‘Puff Puff Laugh’ and catch a tropical buzz at a tiki bar crawl.

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Miles, Monk & Brubeck: Tenderloin Museum Honors Neighborhood’s Jazz Legacy With ‘Blackhawk Block Party’

Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk and Dave Brubeck are among the greats who recorded classic live albums at The Blackhawk—a former jazz club at the corner of Turk and Hyde streets in San Francisco.

Beyoncé Takes Center Stage at This All-Black Drag Show Commemorating New Album

‘Reparations,’ Nicki Jizz’s monthly drag party, finds the ‘perfect’ soundtrack in Queen Bey’s latest record, ‘Renaissance.’

SF City College Fights for a Lunar New Year Holiday After California Bill Stalls

A trustee wants to combine two existing holidays to make way for the annual festivity at the college.

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Outside Lands Day 3: Photos of Pussy Riot, Post Malone and DJ Minx

This was an average Outside Lands at best, but there were some standout acts—and they were virtually all women.

Pastry Chef Philippe Delarue Serves Sweet Slices of Paris in Outer Richmond

Patisserie on California opened at the peak of the pandemic and has grown into a neighborhood staple with its handmade menu of crepes, tartes and other French pastries

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

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

After Stints at Atelier Crenn, French Laundry, Taksim’s Chef Crafts Mediterranean Menu With Turkish Flair

Crispy shrimp wrapped in kadif, Turkish dumplings and hints of raki—Turkey’s anise-flavored national drink. Chef Daniel Gribble says it’s all in the details.

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Outside Lands Day 1: Photos of Music, Food & Fun in the Sun

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.