Plus, ‘First Caturday’ returns to Dolores Park, comedian Ismael Loutfi turns pain into standup gain, a Filipino pig roast from Abacá and Drew Banga throws down for The Town.
Plus, remembering the Cockettes, Ani DiFranco plays the Fillmore and Rakim rocks the mic at The Independent.
Plus, the worldly sounds of Sofi Tukker, the Frameline Film Festival and two exhibitions of the late San Francisco Filipino artist, Carlo Villa.
The weekend is, once again, nigh. Do you know what you’re doing? Given that June marks the beginning of summer it’s becoming increasingly challenging to figure out how to spend our precious weekends here at The Standard
Plus, Oasis unveils a new mural honoring LGBTQ+ figures, flamenco dancer Siudy Garrido comes to YBCA and Juice bring their eclectic sound to Brick and Mortar.
San Francisco’s light-polluted cityscape lends little to the cosmic curiosities of its residents, but there are a number of places around town where you can spot the phenomena—if it occurs.
Plus, San Francisco punk pioneers Flipper play the Great American, SF DocFest kicks off with a documentary co-directed by Jeff Adachi and more.
Plus, get your passes for the Portola Music Festival, hop on a vintage motorcycle for a good cause and check out Detour Dance’s new film, ‘Up on High.’
Plus, ‘Mortified Live’ encourages participants to tell their most embarrassing stories from adolescence and a cocktail class teaches you how to mix things up with a little heat.
San Francisco marks Cinco de Mayo, but that’s not all. You can also check out After Dark at the Exploratorium and Free Comic Book Day.