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.
Frigid bay or heated pool? Find the perfect spot to take a dip in The Standard’s guide to swimming spots around The City.
The Dubs brought home their first championship since moving from Oakland to their new home at the Chase Center in Mission Bay.
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.
Golden Gate Park’s Skatin’ Place, located between 6th Ave. and JFK Dr. has gotten a colorful makeover thanks to a new ground mural.
San Francisco’s poet laureate has a deep passion for the city that raised him. Through his writing, he seeks to illuminate all that is beautiful—and ugly—about his home.
Festivals are back! Mark your calendars for SF’s biggest community gatherings of the year.
After a disastrous tour, Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious, et al. played Bill Graham’s famed Winterland concert hall on January 14, 1978. They never took the stage again.
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.
Outdoor entertainment, a swap meet and a few steamier options for big poppa.