The Punch Line Comedy Club not only avoided getting kicked out this August, but they also scored a multi-year lease and legacy business status on Monday. North Beach Supervisor Aaron Peskin told the press, “The city and the comic community were serious when we said that displacement wasn’t a laughing
New York became the first US State to completely ban cat declawing, finally, following cities like San Francisco and West Hollywood who have had citywide bans on the practice since 2009. Never the less, this is a positive step in the direction of animal rights. Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed
Anyone who has had a drunk night on 11th Street knows all about Crepes A Go Go, the awesome little crepe cart wedged between two buildings and saving drunk peoples’ lives. Chances are you’ve probably eaten there, even if you don’t remember it. I’ve eaten there a gazillion times, a)
August may be the month of summer’s dog days. Lazing in the sun may seem preferable to being in a darkened theater. But some of the offbeat films coming in the next few weeks might very well inspire re-thinking of that position. The coming weeks sees a drag queen pageant
After the sun goes down in San Francisco, Karl the Fog is King. His billowing presence sets a mood in the City by the Bay, one that lurks over every person and every footstep that hits its streets.
The ad campaign for the 39th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) challenges viewers to think about the things that make a film Jewish. Does it need to focus on Jewish religious issues? Must it be set in Israel? Does the talent in front of or behind the camera need
The 2019 San Francisco Art Book Fair (SFABF) is multi-day festival of artists’ publications. This event is free and open to the public and will feature artists’ books, art catalogs, monographs, periodicals, zines, printed ephemera, and artists’ multiples. Learn more about one of this weekend’s exhibitors, Lee Reymore of modlitbooks and his